The jihadists killed the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists because they were blasphemers. They killed these people in the supermarket because they were Jews, the worst enemies of the Muslims according to the Qur’an (5:82).
“‘Hostages Killed’ In Paris Supermarket Siege,” Sky News, January 9, 2015
At least four hostages have been killed at the end of siege at a Paris supermarket involving a jihadist gunman.
Commandos launched an assault at the supermarket 20 minutes after explosions at a second siege on the outskirts of Paris.
Six explosions were heard at the supermarket in the east of Paris and several hostages were seen running from the store.
It was initially hoped that all hostages had been saved – but it has now been reported that a number have died.
The hostage-taker has also been killed, sources say. Two police officers were also hurt in the raid on the shop in Porte de Vincennes.
Sky’s crime correspondent Martin Brunt said: “After news came through of the situation Dammartin there seemed to be a sense of urgency here.
“We heard four very quick explosions that lasted between them seven seconds I suspect.”
There were another two explosions shortly afterwards.
Minutes later hostages were pictured being carried out, or running out, of the market – as sirens wailed across the city.
Sources reported that police managed to hack video surveillance at the market to keep a close eye on what was happening inside.
It is also understood that officers were secretly communicating by phone with one of the hostages.
The gunman at the Kosher store had threatened to kill the hostages if police moved in on two brothers holding another hostage in a print-works near Charles de Gaulle airport.
It is understood that police may have managed to close down communication between the two groups of hostage-takers.
Earlier, SWAT teams were seen surrounding the Hyper Cacher kosher store.
Israeli TV said a six-month old baby and the baby’s mother were among those held captive.
A police officer told Sky News that the siege began when a gunman went in the supermarket and started shooting immediately.
According to the AP news agency, which quoted a police source, the gunman said “You know who I am” as he opened fire inside.
The hostage taker is believed to be one of the suspects who killed a policewoman in Montrouge, southern Paris, on Thursday….