The Muslim mastermind behind the Paris jihad terror attacks was booed by Muslim inmates after arriving in jail — because he failed to carry out his suicide bombing. Apparently, there wasn’t enough infidel blood shed. 130 kuffar dead, 400 injured didn’t satiate the religious bloodlust of these devout savages.
Christians didn’t jeer or whistle. Jews didn’t jeer or whistle. Hindus didn’t jeer or whistle. Just Muslims. But we are admonished and viciously “corrected” when we call these attacks Islamic.
“Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam is BOOED by radicalised inmates at his prison – because he did not go through with his suicide bombing,” By Euan McLelland For MailOnline, 28 April 2016:
Alleged extremist spent first night in Fleury-Mérogis prison on Wednesday
The 26-year-old was whistled and jeered by extremist lags upon his arrival
Reaction was provoked by his supposed failure to detonate suicide vest
Arrested over November’s attacks in French capital which killed 130 people
The man accused of being the logistics chief behind the Paris terror attacks was booed by radical Muslim inmates after arriving in jail – because he failed to carry out his suicide bombing.
Salah Abdeslam spent his first night in Fleury-Mérogis prison on Wednesday after being extradited from Belgium.
He was arrested over last November’s attacks in the French capital which claimed 130 lives.
Upon arriving behind bars, the 26-year-old was whistled and jeered by extremist lags enraged by his alleged failure to detonate his suicide vest during the Paris onslaught.
Salah Abdeslam (left) spent his first night in Fleury-Mérogis prison on Wednesday after being extradited from Belgium. Upon arriving behind bars, the 26-year-old was whistled and jeered by extremist lags enraged by his alleged failure to detonate his suicide vest during the Paris onslaught
He will remain in custody in the southern Paris jail (pictured) – Europe’s largest – until his next court hearing on May 20
Investigators say Abdeslam told them he had arranged logistics for the November 13 bombing and shooting attacks and had planned to blow himself up at a sports stadium there but backed out at the last minute.
He is suspected of having rented two cars used to transport the attackers to, and around, the French capital. He will remain in custody in the southern Paris jail – Europe’s largest – until his next court hearing on May 20.
Despite being held in solitary confinement, extra security measures have been put in place to prevent him making contact with other prisoners.
French officials yesterday charged Abdeslam with murder, association with a terrorist group, possession of weapons and explosives as well as sequestration over the hostage-taking at the Bataclan concert hall where 90 were killed.
Speaking yesterday, his lawyer described him as a ‘moron from Molenbeek’ with ‘the intelligence of an ashtray’.
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