#MyJihad in Algeria: Jihad group says gas plant jihad massacre was only the beginning, promises “dozens of Merahs”
Mohamed Merah was the sadistic jihadist who murdered seven people, including three Jewish children, in France last year. Now the jihadists responsible for the jihad mass murders at the Algerian gas plant are promising more such jihad massacres in France. “Jihadist group delivers chilling threat to France,” from The Local, January 22 (thanks to Lookmann):
The jihadist group believed to be behind the deadly hostage siege in Algeria has issued a series of alarming threats against France, warning that last week”s mass kidnapping at the In Amenas gas plant was “only the beginning.”
Speaking to French weekly Paris Match, the spokesman for the cell known as “Those Who Sign In Blood”, which is headed by notorious Mokhtar Belmokhtar said “French crusaders, Zionist Jews and their minions, will pay for their aggression against Muslims in northern Mali.”
In a warning deliberately aimed to stir up fear in France, the spokesman, who called himself Joulaybib, said there would be repeats of recent terror attacks carried out on French soil by self-proclaimed Islamist extremists.
“I hope France realizes that there will be dozens of Merahs and Kelkals,” Joulaybib said.
Mohamed Merah was the 23-year-old French-Algerian gunman who caused terror throughout France in March 2012, when he killed seven people, including three French soldiers, a rabbi and three Jewish schoolchildren in the south-western cities of Toulouse and Montauban. Khaled Khelkal was an Algerian terrorist who took part in a series of bomb attacks on the Paris metro in 1995.
Joulaybib, a Mauritanian national whose real name, according to Paris Match, is Hacen Ould Khalil, also promised that “the In Amenas attack is only the beginning.”
Speaking by telephone, the Islamist spokesman also laid out the hostage-takers’ three demands; an end to the French offensive against Islamist militants in Mali, the release of “˜Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdel-Rahman, currently imprisoned in the US for his role in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings, and the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist serving an 86-year jail sentence in the US….