Paris Meat Cleaver Attack “Act of Islamic Terrorism”: Six Muslims Arrested in Charlie Hebdo Stabbing Rampage


The victims are fighting for their lives.

Death fatwas have no expiration date. And to think jihadis in America who plotted the same thing against me are being released from prison.TERROR IN PARIS: Four People Hacked With Meat Cleaver Outside CHARLIE HEBDO Offices

More of the poison fruit of the Hijrah.

Paris attack ‘was an act of terrorism’, says French interior minister as 18-year-old suspect is arrested after two journalists were hacked with a meat cleaver near Charlie Hebdo’s old offices – as four others are taken into custody

  • A man and a woman were seriously wounded with a meat cleaver in Paris today
  • The attack took place near the site of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo terror rampage
  • Two men have been arrested including an 18-year-old Pakistani ‘main attacker’
  • Suspected accomplices in Charlie Hebdo attack are currently on trial in Paris
  • Terror police have taken up the case because of location and timing during trial
  • Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said it was ‘clearly an act of Islamist terrorism’

By Peter Allen In Paris and Jack Newman For Mailonline, 25 September 2020

A double stabbing outside the former Paris offices of a satirical newspaper where dozens were killed in 2015 is an ‘act of Islamist terrorism’, France’s interior minister has said.

Two suspects were arrested separately shortly after the stabbing in which two people were wounded.

The main suspect had been arrested a month ago on the steps of the Bastille Opera, not far from the attack site, for carrying a screwdriver but was not on the police radar for Islamic radicalisation.

Interior minister Gerald Darmanin said the man – named as Ali – arrived in France three years ago as a minor, apparently from Pakistan, but his identity was still being verified.

‘But manifestly it’s an act of Islamist terrorism,’ Mr Darmanin said in an interview with the France 2 television station.

‘Obviously, there is little doubt. It’s a new bloody attack against our country, against journalists, against this society.’

Under arrest: A suspect is detained in Paris today after two people were injured in an attack near the former Charlie Hebdo offices which is being treated as possible terrorism

The suspect, pictured in a full Manchester City tracksuit is pictured on his knees in a photo posted on Twitter

One of the stabbing victims is treated after the meat cleaver attack near Charlie Hebdo’s former offices in Paris today. Both victims are expected to survive

French firefighters move an injured person to an ambulance after two people were stabbed close to the former headquarters of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris

The meat cleaver used in the attack is left on the ground in Paris after two people were stabbed

Forensic experts work at the scene after the rampage which has left two in a criticial condition

Forensic experts work at the scene after the rampage which has left two in a criticial condition

Two men have been arrested after they were spotted with blood on their clothes near the attack

Two of the victims have been confirmed as a man and a woman who are employees of Premieres Lignes, a French news and video agency

Interior minister Gerald Darmanin said the man – named as Ali – arrived in France three years ago as a minor, apparently from Pakistan, but his identity was still being verified. he added that the attack was ‘an act of terrorism’

Police arrested two men – a ‘main perpetrator’ and another suspect – after one was spotted with blood dripping from his clothes near the Opera Bastille and another was stopped at a Metro station.

The main suspect is said to be 18-year-old Ali, who is known to the police, while the second man was described as a 33-year-old Algerian.

Three others were also later detained in relation to the attack, a judicial source told Reuters.

Dramatic pictures showed Ali, who had arrived in France as a minor claiming political asylum, crouching on the floor in a yellow Manchester City top and tracksuit bottoms.

Undercover officers, identified by their orange arm bands, stood over the suspect before he was taken to a high security police station in the French capital.

Terror police have taken up the case, and French prosecutors suspect an extremist motive because of the place and timing of the stabbings – near the former Charlie Hebdo premises during a trial relating to the 2015 massacre.

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