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Charlie Hebdo Massacre: The Jews did it

by | 8th, January 2015

People gather to pay their respects to the shooting victims of Mohamed Merah in Toulouse, France, Friday March 23, 2012. France's prime minister fended off suggestions Friday that anti-terrorism authorities fell down on the job in monitoring a radical Islamist who gunned down children, paratroopers and a rabbi in a wave of killings that revolted the country. Merah, who claimed allegiance to al-Qaida died Thursday during a gunfight with police following a 32-hour standoff outside his apartment in the southwestern city of Toulouse. Banner reads:" Jews, Christians, muslims, same God, Love". (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

 

Yesterday, men screaming ‘“Allahu akbar” murdered 12 people in Paris when they attacked the Charlie Hendo magazine offices. Like you, we know who did it. Yeah. The Jews. Always the Jews.

Writing on the grandly titled International Business Times,  Gopi Chandra Kharel explains all:

Charlie Hebdo Attack and Mossad Link: Is Israel Venting Its Fury For France’s Recognition of Palestine State?

 

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Headlines ending with a question mark can always be answered ‘no’. But a Jew told me that. So. We should read on…

There is no clarity on which organisation is behind the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday and therefore, conspiracy theories are gaining traction in internet forums.

Smart money’s on the Brownies.

Fingers are being pointed toward intelligence agencies and Mossad of Israel is a prime contender.

It’s the only contender.

It is believed that Israel has a grouse against France, especially because French MPs voted in favour of recognising the Palestinian stateand also France voted against Israel at the UN recently…

Chérif and Saïd Kouachi, the brother suspected opf slaughtering in Paris are Jewish? 

 

Tens of thousands of demonstrators, including ministers and politicians of all stripes, march through Paris, the French capital, to show their opposition to racism and anti-Semitism after the brutal killing of Ilan Halimi, a Parisian Jew, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006. The Halimi case has revived fears that anti-Semitism remains in French society. The banner reads 'Tribute to Ilan Halimi'. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon) Tens of thousands of demonstrators, including ministers and politicians of all stripes, march through Paris, the French capital, to show their opposition to racism and anti-Semitism after the brutal killing of Ilan Halimi, a Parisian

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