According to an anti-terroriste judge, an islamist group is trying to discover the personal residential address of the editor of Fdesouche.

Original translation of an article from  Fdesouche and found on Blazing Cat Fur

Translation by Oz-Rita

Written by Fabrice Robert, president of the “Bloc Identitaire”

Picture of “le Block Identiaire” in action: getting on the roof of a mosque displaying their banner

Having been summonsed by an anti-terrorist judge last week, I have had confirmation of the (death) threats against me. According to two witnesses, Mohammed Achamlane (creator and porte-parole of Forsane Alizza) had asked one of his militants to contact me in order to assassinate me.

Some of them seem quite determined and confirm that they are ready to act out the orders of the self-proclaimed “émir” . I also learned that they were attempting to obtain other personal addresses, especially the one of the editor of the site Fdesouche.

These threats must be taken seriously, when one learns that members of Forsane Alizza work for Telecom companies. (Ed: Bold is mine)

More about Forsane Alizza here


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5 Replies to “According to an anti-terroriste judge, an islamist group is trying to discover the personal residential address of the editor of Fdesouche.”

  1. Hardly anyone would put their money on a bunch of Dalai Lama supporters or would they.

    ‘Dozens die’ in China knife attack at Kunming train station (BBC, March 1, 2014)
    “An attack by knife-wielding men at a train station in Kunming in south-west China, has left at least 27 dead, the state news agency Xinhua says. Nothing is known so far about the motivation behind the attack, in which 109 people are said to have been hurt. Xinhua gave few further details, and the men responsible have not been identified. A local television station said several of the attackers had been shot by police, according to Associated Press. Chinese state television described the incident as a “violent terror attack”. Eyewitnesses said that the men started attacking people at random. Social media users in China have been posting pictures of the attack on the internet, but correspondents say they are being taken down….”

  2. CHINA -Kunming train station ‘terrorist’ attack leaves 28 dead

    Several of the attackers were shot by police after an attack that also injured 109 people

    At least 28 people were killed in a “violent terrorist attack” at a train station in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming by a group of unidentified people brandishing knives, five of whom were shot dead, state media said on Sunday.

    Another 162 people were injured, the official Xinhua news agency added. It said the attack had taken place late on Saturday evening.

    “It was an organized, premeditated violent terrorist attack,” Xinhua said.

    China has blamed similar incidents in the past on Islamist extremists operating in the restive far western region of Xinjiang, though such attacks have generally been limited to Xinjiang itself.

    China says its first major suicide attack, in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in October, involved militants from Xinjiang, home to the Muslim Uighur people, many of whom chafe at Chinese restrictions on their culture and religion.

    Hu Xijin, editor of the influential Global Times newspaper, published by the ruling Communist Party’s official People’s Daily, wrote on his Weibo feed that the government should say who it suspected of the attack as soon as possible.

    “If it was Xinjiang separatists, it needs to be announced promptly, as hearsay should not be allowed to fill the vacuum,” Hu wrote.

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