“It’s Not Easy to Kill People”

Bataclan Massacre Trial

No doubt, this will tug at the heartstrings of social justice warriors. Jihadis are trained almost from birth to destroy the infidel. This jihadi is now worried about his family. Tears work well too.

Algerian Adel Haddadi and Pakistani Muhammad Usman left Syria, with the two Iraqi suicide brothers of the Stade de France. Long questioned, at the helm of the specially composed assize court, an investigator reported on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, their numerous interrogations after their arrest.[…]

A fake passport. An AK-47 assault rifle. Both are delivered to Algerian Adel Haddadi, in Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of ISIS in Syria, where he arrived in February 2015. He always has this weapon on him, including in the restaurant where he works. It is here that a person would have come to see him, asking him to meet Osama Atar, aka Abu Ahmad. The Belgian-Moroccan jihad veteran, alleged coordinator of the attacks in Paris and Brussels, reportedly told him that “Daesh trusted him”, to entrust him with the mission of “going to Paris, to accomplish a task”

On the 48th day of the trial on November 13, the Paris Special Assize Court examined, for the second consecutive day, the intentions of the two accused Adel Haddadi and Muhammad Usma, arrested in a migrant camp in Salzburg, Austria, on a punctual check. It was December 10, 2015, after the attacks in Paris.
At the helm, an Austrian investigator recounts the many hearings (14, in total) of Adel Haddadi. At his 7th hearing, the 28-year-old bursts into tears. “You know, it’s not easy to kill people. The next day, he completed: “God forbids killing people. » He is worried: what does his family know? If he finds him, Daesh will want to kill him…[…]

Research on Sura 61 was done on his phone, whose history he tried to erase. “This sura is not reprehensible in itself, but it is also invoked by those who commit suicide bombings,” says the investigator.

Surah 61:9. “It is He who sent His Messenger with the guidance and the true religion, to make it prevail over all religions, even though the idolaters dislike it.”

Inspiration, perhaps.

Ouest France

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