There were two terror attacks in Paris in two days. France shipped these people into their country.
A radicalized Muslim on a terror watchlist opened fire on three police officers at Orly airport in Paris on Saturday during a road check. A policewoman was shot in the head. The terrorist then hijacked a woman’s car at gunpoint. Once in the airport terminal the attacker assaulted a patrol of three counter-terrorism soldiers, wrestling one of them to the floor and trying to take her gun.
The police shot him dead in the airport.
The second attack was by a man who killed his father and brother in the name of Allah.
Police in Paris launched an investigation into why a father and son had their throats slit and were nearly beheaded by another son who made remarks “linked to radical Islam” and shouted “Allahu Akbar” while doing it, according to a police source.
The suspected killer was sent to a psychiatric facility.
The attack happened on Rue de Montreal, the east end of Paris.
A resident of the high-rise building in the city’s 11th district said he heard a man “crying for help” at around 11am.
“I looked out the window and saw a man lying on the ground. There was a lot of blood.
“There was another man standing beside him, dressed in a white djellaba (loose-fitting tunic worn by some Muslims). He fell to his knees and prayed until the police came to take him away,” 21-year-old Thomas told AFP.
Another resident, 64-year-old Francois Petitjean, described a harrowing scene.
“When I arrived in the hall of the building I saw a body lying in a pool of blood, in front of the postboxes. It was carnage. I went out and then saw another person covered in blood,” he said in shock.
Situation devant l’immeuble de la rue de Montreuil. Ici, le second périmètre installé par la police. pic.twitter.com/d13pt5wxO8
— Romain Baheux (@RBaheux) March 17, 2017
Meanwhile, Marine LePen, the right-wing presidential candidate, has reached an all-time high.
New all-time high for Marine Le Pen in the polls for the second round of French elections: 41%! Vive la France! 🗼 https://t.co/NcGsb0SWsc
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) March 17, 2017