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Post  Admin on Sun 11 Jan 2015, 11:05 pm


Holder, top US official in Paris for terror talks, not seen at unity march
Published January 11, 2015FoxNews.com

Attorney General Eric Holder is in Paris this week to attend a meeting on fighting terrorism, but did not participate in a march with world leaders Sunday to honor the 17 people killed last week in France.

More than 40 world leaders marched arm in arm through Paris to rally for unity and freedom of expression and to honor the victims of the three days of terrorist attacks.
The leaders headed a demonstration of at least tens of thousands of people who converged on the capital after three gunmen last week attacked a newspaper office, kosher supermarket and police.

Among the world leaders attending the event, under extremely tight security, are French President Francois Hollande, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

Holder is the top Obama administration official to attend the terrorism meeting. There are no known reports of members of Congress attending the event or the meeting.

Speaking from Paris, Holder said in a series of interviews with the Sunday morning news shows in Washington that investigators at this point don't have "any credible information" to determine which terrorist group was responsible for the attacks in Paris.

He also said the White House will hold a summit Feb. 18 in Washington on terrorism.
Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen has said it directed the attack by two brothers against a newspaper that lampooned Islam and other religions, and the gunman in the hostage-taking at a kosher market is seen in a new video pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group.
Holder says both terrorist groups pose a threat to the United States and its allies.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Watch VIDEO: Paris Jihad Amedy Coulibaly pledges allegiance to the Islamic State “retaliate against the enemies of Islam” - 

Here is the Paris jihadi’s video. He is saying Islamic prayer in front of the black flag of jihad and pledging allegiance to the Islamic State. Coulibaly  stormed a kosher supermarket and slaughtered 4 Jews in cold blood and then held close to 20 hostages for 5 hours before the police took him out down when he was knelt down to recite his evening Islamic prayers. Devout.

Look at him and remember this when they say this is “not Islamic.
“I’m a soldier of the Chaliphat (ISIS) since the begining”, says Coulibaly in the video. “Our group is divided but quardinated the attack. France is a legitimit target beacause what they are doing to us”.
Originally the attack was attributed to Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. The two “Charlie Hebdo” attackers reported to a journalist that they had been sent by AQAP and its now deceased leading figure Anwar Al-Awalaki.
However Coulibaly had during his hostage siege professed his affiliation with ISIS. The video which was recorded before the attack shows Coulibaly pledging loyalty to ISIS and its leader Baghdadi.
In the video he appears wearing white Jellabiya (Traditional Muslim robe) with an Ak-47 beside him – the same type of rifle that was used in his assault. The video also shows him training physically doing pull ups.
Coulibaly se venge des ennemis de l’Islam كوليبالي ينتقم من أعداء الإسلام


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World leaders join historic Paris march for attack victims
AFP By Richard Carter
1 hour ago
Paris (AFP) - More than a million people and dozens of world leaders were expected to march through Paris on Sunday in a historic display of global defiance against extremism after Islamist attacks that left 17 dead.

In an unprecedented show of unity, the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Authority will both attend the rally to honour the victims of three days of bloodshed that claimed the lives of both Jews and a Muslim police officer.
Security was beefed up as the City of Light reeled from the Islamist attacks on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine and a Jewish supermarket, with thousands of extra troops and police deployed to guard the march and snipers positioned along the route.
"I have no doubt that millions of citizens will come to express their love of liberty, their love of fraternity," French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told an emotional rally on Saturday near where a gunman killed four hostages at the supermarket.
In a foretaste of the demonstration, more than 700,000 people poured onto the streets of cities across France on Saturday, many carrying banners reading "jesuischarlie" (I am Charlie), the tribute to Charlie Hebdo that has been the global rallying point in the wake of the slaughter.

Many brandished pens to symbolise freedom of expression after Charlie Hebdo was targeted for its cartoons lampooning the Prophet Mohammed.
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French residents hold signs reading "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie), to pay tribute to th …
"The real battle is to defend freedom of thought," said 40-year-old Yamina, tears in her eyes, at a rally in the southern city of Marseille.

- Arson attack -

Along with Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, the king and queen of Jordan will be present and a host of top European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron.

US President Barack Obama will be represented by Attorney General Eric Holder, who will also take part in an emergency meeting of interior ministers to discuss the threats posed by Islamic extremism.

President Francois Hollande, who will lead the tributes to the victims, has warned his shell-shocked country not to drop its guard in the face of possible new attacks.
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A man with "Je Suis Charlie" written on his hand holds a pencil during a memorial at Washi …
After the three-day rampage by three gunmen claiming to be members of the Al-Qaeda and Islamic State extremist groups came a chilling new threat from the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula group.

AQAP top sharia official Harith al-Nadhari warned France to "stop your aggression against the Muslims" or face further attacks, in comments released by the SITE monitoring group.
German newspaper Bild said the bloodshed in France could signal the start of a wave of attacks in Europe, citing communications by Islamic State leaders intercepted by US intelligence.
It said the US National Security Agency had intercepted communications in which leaders of the jihadist group announced the next wave of attacks, the mass circulation daily said in its Sunday edition, citing unnamed sources in the US intelligence services.

Early Sunday, a German newspaper in the northern port city of Hamburg that reprinted Mohammed cartoons from Charlie Hebdo was the target of an arson attack although no one was hurt.
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A French-Israeli girl lights candles during a remembrance ceremony in the Israeli coastal city of Te …
- 'Armed and dangerous' -

France's three days of terror started Wednesday when two brothers, Cherif and Said Kouachi, burst into the Charlie Hebdo offices and sprayed bullets into the editorial meeting, killing some of France's best-known cartoonists.
They then slaughtered a Muslim policeman in cold blood as he lay helpless on the ground before fleeing, sparking a manhunt that lasted more than 48 hours.
A day later, a third gunman, Amedy Coulibaly, shot dead a policewoman in a southern suburb of Paris.

The massive manhunt for the two brothers developed into a car chase Friday and then a tense standoff as they took one person hostage in a printing firm northeast of Paris.
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People march in the southeastern city of Marseille, on January 10, 2015 (AFP Photo/Anne-Christine Po …
With the eyes of the world trained on the printing company in the small town of Dammartin-en-Goele and the siege of the Kouachi brothers, Coulibaly stormed into a Jewish supermarket in eastern Paris and took terrified shoppers hostage.

The twin hostage dramas came to a dramatic end as the brothers charged out of their building all guns blazing before being cut down by elite commandos.
Moments later, security forces stormed the kosher supermarket, killing Coulibaly but making the grisly discovery that four innocent Jewish people had died during the hostage-taking.
Investigators are now trying to hunt down Coulibaly's partner, 26-year-old Hayat Boumeddiene, who was initially suspected of a role in the policewoman's killing.
After she was described as "armed and dangerous" and on the loose in Paris, a Turkish security source told AFP that Boumeddiene had arrived in Turkey on January 2 and had since likely travelled on to Syria.

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A banner reading "Je suis Charlie" is carried on to the pitch prior to the French Top 14 r …
- 'Clear failings' -

The attacks were France's bloodiest for more than half a century and shook the country to its core, with questions mounting about how the gunmen could have slipped through the net of intelligence services.
Coulibaly's mother and sisters on Saturday condemned his actions.
"We absolutely do not share these extreme ideas. We hope there will not be any confusion between these odious acts and the Muslim religion," they wrote in a statement.
Valls admitted there had been "clear failings" in intelligence.
Cherif Kouachi, 32, was a known jihadist who was convicted in 2008 for involvement in a network sending fighters to Iraq.
His brother Said, 34, was known to have travelled to Yemen in 2011, where he received weapons training from AQAP.

It also emerged that the brothers had been on a US terror watch list "for years".
Coulibaly, 32 -- who met Cherif Kouachi in prison -- was sentenced to five years in prison in 2013 for his role in a failed bid to break an Algerian Islamist, Smain Ait Ali Belkacem, out of jail.

Obama won't attend Paris march
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Washington (AFP) - President Barack Obama will not join other world leaders at Sunday's Paris march in tribute to the victims of this week's Islamist attacks in France, a US official told AFP.

Ever since the bloody shooting that killed 12 people at satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday -- followed by separate attacks that left five more people dead -- Obama has made repeated declarations in support of America's "oldest ally."
But he will not join other leaders including British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, all set to attend the march.
More than a million people were expected to go.
"I want the people of France to know that the United States stands with you today, stands with you tomorrow," Obama said Friday, following three days of bloodshed.
On Thursday, Obama wrote the Gallic slogan "Vive la France!" in a condolence book during a visit to the embassy in Washington.

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