Vehicular jihad: Muslim arrested after mowing down into six soldiers in Paris suburb


As I said when I first reported this story earlier today, jihad slaughter or attempted mass murder is everyday news now. Officials said the motive is unclear – code for jihad.

Now we know.

Six soldiers were run down by a devout Muslim in Levallois-Perret. The driver of the vehicle, Hamou B, who had fled, has since been arrested. Six soldiers were wounded, four slightly and two more seriously, according to the prefecture.

Watch this space for the same thing happening yet again next week. And the week after that. And on and on until the West collapses — or finally decides to put a stop to this madness.

Thanks to Alexandre for the translation of the Francais.RT, August 9, 2017:

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The suspect arrested after the attack on soldiers in Levallois-Perret on 9 August was identified. Born in 1980 and named Hamou B, he resides in the Yvelines zip code 78000 where a search is currently taking place, according to police sources. After several hours of cavalry, a man traveling aboard the vehicle who drove on soldiers in Levallois-Perret (Hauts-de-Seine), wounding six of them, was arrested on 9 August in mid- On the A16 motorway towards Calais, at the commune of Leulinghen-Bernes. According to police sources, the man is called Hamou B, was born in 1980 and lives in Yvelines. A search is in progress at his home. To escape arrest, the driver hit one or more vehicles, and the police fired several times, according to a judicial source. If the investigators confirm that this was the vehicle that struck the soldiers in Levallois-Perret, they did not confirm at this stage that the driver arrested was indeed the one who overthrew the soldiers. The security forces have been tracking a BMW vehicle since the early morning after fleeing a group of Operation Sentinel soldiers four days after an attempt to attack other soldiers at the tower Eiffel. Against the backdrop of a strong terrorist threat in France, the government denounced a “deliberate act”, and the anti-terrorist prosecutor seized the investigation.

Original source:

Le suspect interpellé après l’attaque sur des militaires à Levallois-Perret le 9 août a été identifié. Né en 1980 et prénommé Hamou B, il réside dans les Yvelines, où une perquisition a actuellement lieu, selon des sources policières.

Après plusieurs heures de cavale, un homme circulant à bord du véhicule qui a foncé sur des militaires à Levallois-Perret (Hauts-de-Seine), blessant six d’entre eux, a été arrêté le 9 août en milieu d’après-midi sur l’autoroute A16 en direction de Calais, au niveau de la commune de Leulinghen-Bernes.

Selon des sources policières, l’homme s’appelle Hamou B, est né en 1980 et réside dans les Yvelines. Un perquisition est en cours à son domicile.

Pour échapper à son arrestation, le conducteur a percuté un ou plusieurs véhicules, et les policiers ont fait feu à plusieurs reprises, selon une source judiciaire. L’homme a été blessé par balle.

Si les enquêteurs confirment qu’il s’agit du véhicule qui a percuté les militaires à Levallois-Perret, ils ne confirmaient pas à ce stade que le conducteur arrêté était bien celui qui a renversé les soldats.

Les forces de sécurité traquaient depuis le début de matinée un véhicule de la marque BMW qui avait pris la fuite après avoir percuté un groupe de soldats de l’opération Sentinelle, quatre jours après une tentative d’attaque contre d’autres soldats à la tour Eiffel.

Sur fond de forte menace terroriste en France, le gouvernement a dénoncé un «acte délibéré», et le parquet antiterroriste s’est saisi de l’enquête.

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