Manual to survive the horror of Charlie Hebdo
Emmanuel Macron commemorates the attacks against Charlie Hebdo and a supermarket jewish
A jihadist frenchman suspected of helping the brothers who carried out the killings of Charlie Hebdo in 2015 was arrested in Djibouti and is waiting to be transferred to France, said Friday the minister of Defense French, Florence Parly.
Peter Cherif, 36, also known as Abou Hamza, was close to Cherif and Said Kouachi, who were shot and killed 12 people on January 7, 2015 at the offices of the satirical publication Charlie Hebdo in Paris. This salafist was arrested Sunday as said a source to Reuters.
"they Are very good news because this terrorist played an important role in the planning of the attack against Charlie Hebdo," said Parly to the radio RTL. "It shows that the fight against terrorism is an action that is long distance and that if you stay committed, get results". Cherif and Said Kouachi were killed in a police assault two days after the attack of Charlie Hebdo in a printing shop north of Paris.
The attack on the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo was followed a day later by the murder of a police Amedy Coulibaly, loyal to the Islamic State. The next day he attacked a jewish shop on the edge of Paris, where he killed four hostages before police killed him.
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