PARIS (Reuters) – French police shot dead a man wielding a meat cleaver after he tried to enter a police station on Thursday, the anniversary of militant attacks in Paris, shouting “Allahu Akbar”
The security passes of 86,000 workers at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris will be reviewed after it was found that 57 employees with access to airliners were on a terror watch list, according to a report.
The French Army was last night protecting water facilities around Paris amid fears of a chemical attack by Islamic State terrorists.
Armed police in thick bulletproof vests cordoned off roads around the Grand Mosque in Paris for Friday prayers and patted down worshippers, scanning them with metal detectors in the cold, driving rain. Soldiers wearing camouflage gear and cradling automatic rifles also patrolled. Link To Article
Three sources told Reuters the raid stopped a jihadist cell that had been planning an attack on Paris’s business district, La Defense, after co-ordinated bombings and shootings killed 129 across the city.
Eastern European nations are toughening their opposition to Angela Merkel’s plan to force them to take in refugees; European Union’s immigration policies may have aided last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
Two video reports from Ezra in Paris.
France’s president says a bill to extend the country’s state of emergency for three months will be presented to parliament on Wednesday.
The morning after ISIS jihadists attacked and murdered innocent people in Paris, French citizens took to the streets and clashed with Muslims, demanding the deportation of all Muslims.
Three minute video on Paris attacks.