A Koran, a Container of Petrol and Matches


Not Belgacem, he was identified from his identity papers, which he had given to police before opening fire!

Radicalised Muslim known to security agencies shot dead in attack at Paris airport – as security stepped up at stadium where Duke and Duchess watch rugby


The incident happened near Jews queuing to check in for a flight to Tel Aviv. Of course, always surrounded by danger.


RAID police unit officers secure the area at the Paris' Orly airport on 18 March, 2017 following the shooting of a man by French security forces.

Sure, this should be easy, even for an amateur. Grab that rifle!

I notice these points at first read:

The man, named Ziyad ben Belgacem, had wrestled a soldier to the ground in what an army spokesperson called “an extremely violent attack,” attempting to take a soldiers rifle. The soldiers were part of Operation Sentinel – involving thousands of soldiers deployed to provide back-up to the police after the Charlie Hebdo attack in January 2015 and the Paris attacks of November 2015.

Witnesses said he shouted he was there to “die for Allah” as he seized hold of a soldier who was part of a military patrol at the airport.

He was then shot by the two other members of the patrol.

In an incident last month, a French soldier shoots machete-wielding attacker at Louvre who yelled “Allah is greatest”

A ‘radicalized’ Muslim known to intelligence agencies…naturally.

The Paris prosecutor, François Molins, said that during the confrontation at the airport, Belgacem shouted at the patrolmen: “I’m there to die by Allah. In any case there will be deaths.” Cliche variety

He was carrying a Koran, a container of petrol and matches…Ha! Naturally, what else?

 Belgacem was identified from his identity papers, which he had given to police before opening fire.  Ha! Wait, what?

Mr Molins said three of Belgacem’s relatives were in custody: his father, brother and a cousin. They went to a police station after Belgacem sent his brother a text message saying: “I’ve done something stupid. I’ve fired at police.”

A picture taken of a television screen shows a man lying on the ground of a terminal building at Paris' Orly airport after he was shot by French security forces for taking a weapon from a soldier

Probably his cell phone is in his hand? Oh, just read somewhere else that he left his cell phone in some bar.

Colonel Benoît Brulon, a military spokesman, said: “Vigilance is already extremely strong and procedures will not be changed. Soldiers will continue to patrol and protect the public,” he said.

Thousands of armed police and soldiers routinely patrol the streets of Paris, airports and railway stations. About 7,000 military personnel are deployed around the country under the state of emergency introduced after the Paris attacks. [upgraded now to 8,000]

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2 thoughts on “A Koran, a Container of Petrol and Matches

  1. International Airports at Risk for the Next Israeli False Flag

    The third crucial aspect of control to be established was that of security at all of the airports from which the hijacking flights would originate. Passenger screening needed to be handled by controlled operatives so as to allow certain people and items (i.e. weapons) onto the planes.

    The company that ran airport security at all three airports where the alleged hijackings originated was Huntsleigh USA a wholly owned subsidiary of ICTS International and owned by Ezra Harel and Menachem Atzmon – both Israeli Jews.


    ICTS France is re-awarded the contract with Aéroports de Paris at Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports


    Guess its poor form to ask, but where is the CCTV video of the Orly incident? One that has the appropriate time and date stamp?

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