Black People Politics : The Paris Mystery: Were the Shooters Part of a Global Terrorist Conspiracy?

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    RAPTOR Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    By Jeremy Scahill
    In the days since the siege at the Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo, the press and social media sites have
    been consumed with the possible answers to one question: Beyond the two shooters, Said and Cherif
    Kouachi, who is responsible for the attack that killed 12 people at the magazine’s offices?

    On Friday, shortly after the gunmen were killed by French forces in a raid on a printing plant outside
    of Paris, a source from within al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) provided The Intercept
    with a series of messages and statements taking responsibility for the attacks, asserting that AQAP’s
    leadership “directed” the raid on the magazine to avenge the honor of the Prophet Mohammed.

    Moments after The Intercept published these statements, an AQAP official, Bakhsaruf al-Danqaluh
    tweeted, in Arabic, the exact paragraphs the AQAP source provided us. Within an hour of that,
    AQAP’s senior cleric, Sheikh Harith bin Ghazi al-Nadhari, released an audio statement through
    AQAP’s official media wing, praising the attack. “Some of the sons of France showed a lack of manners
    with Allah’s messengers, so a band of Allah’s believing army rose against them, and they taught them
    the proper manners, and the limits of freedom of speech,” Nadhari declared. “How can we not fight
    the ones that attacked the Prophet and attacked the religion and fought the believers?” While heaping
    passionate praise on the attack on Charlie Hebdo, Nadhari stopped short of making any claim that
    AQAP directed or was in any way involved with the planning.

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    Charlie Hebdo — Paul Craig Roberts

    It is a plausible inference that the ID left behind in the getaway car was the ID of the two Kouachi brothers, convenient patsies, later killed by police, and from whom we will never hear anything, and not the ID of the professionals who attacked Charlie Hebdo. An important fact that supports this inference is the report that the third suspect in the attack, Hamyd Mourad, the alleged driver of the getaway car, when seeing his name circulating on social media as a suspect realized the danger he was in and quickly turned himself into the police for protection against being murdered by security forces as a terrorist.
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