The last suspected attacker from Paris November 13, 2015, when 130 people were killed by several IS-terrorists, was arrested in Brussels.
Top-IS- terrorist Salah Abdeslam, a French born 26-year-old, has been shot in his leg when policy found him in a secret flat in Brussels-Molenbeek, an area know as a hide-out of IS terrorists, where he lived before.
Here are the facts:
- He was Europe’s most wanted man.
- Abdeslam’s fingerprints were found in a Brussels flat in the southern Forest suburb, that was raided on Tuesday. So the police knew he still is hiding in Brussels and did not flee to Syria.
- The Algerian national Mohamed Belkaid (alias Samir Bouzid) was shot dead during the raid on Tuesday. He had directed the Paris attackers via calls from Belgium, helped Abdeslam travel and transferred money to Paris.
- Two men, among them most probably Salah Adeslam, could escape that first raid.
- In January the police found a bomb factory in the Schaerbeek district of Brussels, which was used as a hideout by Abdeslam.
- Four suspects, who helped Abdeslam in Molenbeek, were attested. The terror cell in Brussels was larger than expected.
- The CIA and NSA have supported the Belgium, French and other European secret services.
- See why Brussels-Molenbeek became the terror nest in Europe.
- Read here about the involvement of Salah Abdeslam and his other brother in the Paris terror attacks and how he escaped.
- See how his brother asked him to surrender.
- Read about the attacks in Paris November 13, 2015.
- Join the GLOBALO tour honoring the 130 victims in Paris.
- Visit the cafe with GLOBALO, where terror hit the city of love.
- Read the GLOBALO analysis of the perverse IS-letter from Paris and why terror and true Islam do not belong together.