Saturday, July 16, 2016

ISIS claims Bastille Day attacker as a ‘soldier’



Look for the elites and the corrupt media machine to explain away this attack to be anything else but Islamic terrorism. 
NY Post reports the Islamic State group on Saturday claimed the Tunisian man who barreled his truck into a crowd in the French resort city of Nice was a “soldier” of the group, the first claim of responsibility for an attack that has claimed 84 lives and wounded more than 200 people.

The claim — circulated on social media by a news outlet affiliated with the group — didn’t name Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian who authorities say was behind the wheel as his truck crashed into a crowd of revelers at a fireworks display on Thursday. But the statement quoting a security member of the group said the man was following calls from IS to target nationals of countries fighting it.

The nature and scope of Bouhlel’s relationship with IS hasn’t been established. It’s also unclear whether or not he was acting alone. The Paris prosecutor’s office said Saturday that five people are in custody following the attack.


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1 comment:

  1. Of course ISIS claims this evil man (even though he's from Tunisia). That's how ISIS gains power and influence, by taking credit for all of the chaos that Islamism has wrecked on the world. Mohamed doesn't need to be directly linked with ISIS to be a useful tool for them.

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