Paris Attacks: Mohamed Abdeslam, Brother Of Suspects Salah & Brahim Abdeslam, Faces Media
Mohamed Abdeslam spoke to the media regarding his brothers Salah and Brahim Abdeslam, the two suspects in the Paris attacks. Read on for further details.
Out of the two suspects related to the Paris attacks, Brahim Abdeslam is one of the suicide bombers, and Salah Abdeslam is presently on the run. Indeed, Salah is the most wanted man in Europe. According to The Telegraph, Mohamed Abdeslam, the brother of Salah and Brahim Abdeslam, was arrested & questioned after the attack, and was released on November 16.
Mohamed repeated that his family had no idea about what his two brothers were planning, while he spoke to the French TV BFM on November 17. He said that their everyday behavior was also quite normal. He further added that they neither created any slightest doubt nor left any trace.
Mohamed said that his brother Salah was religious and attended a mosque occasionally, but never showed any signs being a radical Islamist. He also said that Salah was “probably psychologically ready” to involve in such an attack. He added that Salah “could be dangerous and planning another attack.” He urges Salah to surrender to the police since doubts emerge that there would be a second suspect.
“Of course I call on him to turn himself over to the police. The best would be for him to give himself up so that justice can shed all the light on this,” finally said Mohamed Abdeslam.
British PM David Cameron says that UK “must cut off the head of the snake,” as he makes case for strikes against Islamic State in Syria, reported the source. Rachida Dati, the former French justice minister, told BBC Newsnight that security is needed on exterior borders of Europe, as it is believed that one of the Paris attack suspects got into Europe by boat on the Greek island of Leros.
Mohamed Abdeslam denied connection with the Paris attacks. He said that he was not involved with anything related to the attacks, reported BBC News.
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