This was reportedly revealed by the woman who helped catch him.
She said that Abaaoud had “a bobble hat on his head, orange trainers and a bomber jacket. And he spoke about the attacks as if he had been shopping. He was happy. That was it.”
Sonia met him two days after the attacks, on an industrial estate in Aubervilliers, a northern suburb of Paris, where people from Romania set up shanty towns, the MailOnline reported.
Abaaoud, a Belgian-Moroccan, said around 90 jihadists - including some from Britian - had returned from Syria using false papers and were ready to spread further carnage.
Sonia alterted the security agents that Abaaoud moved to a flat in the suburb of St-Denis.
Abaaoud was killed during the police raid on November 18 along with another ISIS operative.
Sonia has since gone into hiding and changed her identify, the report said.
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Saturday, February 6, 2016
From Zee News:
Parents Are Forced To Watch ISIS Executioner Behead Their 14-Year-Old Son After He Missed Friday Prayers
From the Daily Mail:
ISIS thugs forced two parents to watch as they beheaded their 14-year-old son for missing Friday prayers, local media has reported.
The terror group, who accused the boy of apostasy, or abandoning Islam, executed him in the northern Syrian city of Jarablus on Saturday.
He is said to have been arrested by ISIS fighters after missing prayers at the central mosque, where fanatical preachers usually deliver propaganda filled speeches.
Local activist Nasser Taljbini told ARA News how the extremists beheaded the boy in front of a large crowd which included his mother and father.
He added: 'Dozens of people attended the brutal execution, including the victim's parents who were forced to witness the beheading of their own son.
'ISIS is trying to prove that it is still powerful despite all the military defeats. The group is trying to terrorize people through conducting such public punishments.'
Kurdish forces bombarded the city, which lies near the Turkish-Syrian border, with artillery shells and mortar fire last month, killing several ISIS fighters.
It is seen as a strategic stronghold for ISIS, who use it to smuggle foreign jihadis into Syria from Turkey.
YPG [People's Protection Units - a Kurdish militia group] spokesman Nuraddin Gaban said their offensive destroyed an ISIS security centre, a Sharia Court and several military vehicles in Jarablus.
He added: 'At least 21 terrorists were killed on Monday... We have intensified our military campaign against the terror group in the northern countryside of Aleppo in coordination with the U.S.-led coalition.
'Jarablus is one of our main targets at the moment... If we retake it, we would be blocking one of the main routes in the face of foreign terrorists who continue to cross from Turkey into Syria in order to join their alleged Caliphate.'
A seminar on the rights of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people) being held yesterday at a hotel in the center of Jakarta, was forcibly suspended by a dozen members of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) a local fundamentalist movement. A few hours before the event, with scheduled interventions by human rights groups and activists, the mob raided the meeting location demanding its suspension.
Mering, one of the participants in the seminar, told AsiaNews that the forum has been suspended for security reasons: "Hours of negotiations with members of the FPI in the Menteng district police station resulted in nothing, and eventually all the participants were told to leave the hotel. "
The debate on the rights of LGBT persons has reignited in Indonesia, after the case of SGRC (Support and Research Group on sexual studies) which was denied permission by the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Muhammad Nasir, to operate within the University of Indonesia because "against the moral of the State" and the culture of the country.
In the past, members of the FPI have been protagonists of targeted campaigns and attacks against Christians, in their wave of protests against "illegal rituals and celebrations " in buildings without the so-called building permit (IMB). In late 2014, the police declared war on the group.
A few days ago, the FPI also received the warning of the mayor of Bandung, West Java, who invited the Radicals to tone down the rhetoric against gay people, after the group had raided a college thinking it was the seat of LGBT meetings.
A soccer player has been disqualified for 12 days and fined for 19,500 Turkish liras (a little over 6,000 euros) by the Turkish soccer federation over ''ideological propaganda''. Amedspor forward Deniz Naki had said in an interview that he hoped for a peaceful solution to the conflict between Ankara and the Pkk after seeing the terrible situation in Cizre, the south-eastern Kurdish city under total curfew since last December 14.
Naki, the 26-year-old Turkish-German soccer player, in 2014 was attacked in Ankara, where he was playing, for expressing solidarity to the Kurds fighting against ISIS in Kobane.
Since last summer, the conflict in south-east Turkey has resumed with unprecedented levels of violence since the 1990s, causing hundreds of deaths, including civilians, and dozens of displaced. Amedspor, the team of Kurdish 'capital' Diyarbakir, has threatened not to play the match of the Turkish cup against Fenerbahce if the decision to exclude its fans, accused of chanting pro-Kurdish slogans, will not be revoked. A week ago, about 100 of them were held by police and the club's headquarters searched.
Under the section labelled “Muhammad”, the guide says: “For the founder of Islam, our style is the Prophet Muhammad; at second reference Muhammad or the Prophet.”
This advice is repeated in the sections on “Arabic names” and “Islam”.
The assertion that Mohammed is “the Prophet”, with a capital P, will likely cause controversy. While followers of Islam believe him to be the last prophet sent by God – Christians, Jews, atheists and followers of other religions do not regard him as a prophet at all.
There are also questions over whether Mohammed and Islam are being given special treatment in the style guide, which does not tell journalists how to refer to significant figures from other religions.
It does not, for example, tell staff to refer to Jesus as “Son of God”, “Our Lord” or “The Messiah”, nor does it say to call the Buddha by any of his Ten Titles, or offer any advice on how to refer to holy figures from Hinduism or Sikhism.
The guide also teaches journalists how to refer to non-believers of Islam, stating: “The Islamic concept of unbelief, of being outside Islam, is kufr. An unbeliever is a kafir – the plural is kuffar. However, in a direct quote ‘kafirs’ is acceptable.”
This is not the first controversy the BBC has found itself in over the subject of Islam. In November, it used the words “hateful”, “Islamophobic” and “bad timing” to describe a hashtag used by atheist ex-Muslims to explain why they left the faith.
Former Muslims tweeted under #ExMuslimBecause, expressing views such as “I know being a woman doesn’t make me lesser” and “I couldn’t handle hearing my own family say that Shi’as, my neighbours and best friends, are kuffar”.
However, a BBC programme on the hashtag featured two male Muslim “community experts” calling it “problematic ” and “hateful”.
Yesterday, Breitbart London reported how the BBC’s style guide also tells journalists to avoid using the term “pro-life” to refer to campaigners against abortion, but encouraged the use of “pro-choice” to refer to their opponents.
Pro-life campaigners called it “an utterly shameless example of institutional bias against the right-to-life movement, and for the abortion lobby.”
Twitter has suspended more than 125,000 accounts for "threatening or promoting terrorist attacks primarily related to ISIS" since the middle of last year, the company announced today.
As Washington presses the tech industry to do more to combat online extremism, Twitter took to its blog to detail how it has ramped up its efforts in recent months, stressing it has "already seen results, including an increase in account suspensions and this type of activity shifting off of Twitter."
The company said it has "increased the size of the teams that review reports" while using "proprietary spam-fighting tools" to find suspicious accounts. And it pointed out its work with organizations to counter extremist content and its attendance at government-run meetings, including the White House's summit on the issue last year. (Twitter also joined a high-profile session with Obama administration officials in Silicon Valley last month, POLITICO previously reported.)
"As an open platform for expression, we have always sought to strike a balance between the enforcement of our own Twitter Rules covering prohibited behaviors, the legitimate needs of law enforcement, and the ability of users to share their views freely - including views that some people may disagree with or find offensive," Twitter said.
The blog post can be found here.
Deputy Secretary of the Fatah Central Committee Jibril Rajoub: “Yesterday in Hebron, they escorted 17 Martyrs to burial. This is of course a source of pride for all of us. I say that whoever carried out individual acts of heroism, we in the Fatah movement bless and encourage them. We consider them heroes and a crown on the head of every Palestinian. At this point, when there is weakening and frustration, there is a group of people, beginning with our brother Muhannad Halabi (i.e., murdered 2) and ending with the last Martyr... There is a competition between individuals. This is one of the issues we need to address – are we for or against it? I say that we in the [Fatah] Central Committee have discussed this matter, and we are in favor."
[Official PA TV, Jan. 2, 2016]
Muhannad Halabi - 19-year-old Palestinian terrorist who killed 2 Israelis, Rabbi Nehemiah Lavi and Aharon Bennett, and injured Bennett’s wife, Adele, and their 2-year-old son in a stabbing attack in the Old City of Jerusalem on Oct. 3, 2015. Following the attack, he was shot and killed by Israeli security forces. Prior to his attack, in a post to his private Facebook page, the terrorist referred to recent terror attacks as part of a "third Intifada,” and said that it was a response to Israel’s actions at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and that the Palestinian people would not “succumb to humiliation.” This is a reference to the PA libel that Israel is plotting to take over and destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque and to the PA's portrayal of Jews praying on the Temple Mount as "an invasion of the Al-Aqsa Mosque."
Popular Journalist: ISIS Savagery - From Islamic History; West Likely To "Contain" ISIS Like It Contained Arafat
In a December 15 lecture about ISIS at the American University in Beirut, Abdel Bari Atwan, former editor-in-chief of "Al-Quds Al-Arabi" and the current editor-in-chief of "Al-Rai Al-Youm" rejected common claims that the savagery of ISIS is alien to Islam, presenting examples of similar conduct from Islamic history. Atwan said that the West faces two options: to contain ISIS or to destroy it. The former is more likely than the latter, he added. The West always starts by trying to destroy organizations that it considers to be terrorist and ends up negotiating with them, Atwan said, citing the Taliban, the PLO, and the IRA as prominent examples.
Hat Tip: Jihad Watch
An Iraqi migrant has admitted to raping a ten year old boy in a Viennese swimming pool so ferociously that the boy had to be hospitalised for his injuries. The man said he knew it was wrong but couldn’t help himself as he hadn’t had sex in months.
Police investigators have ascertained that the 20 year old man entered Austria on the 13th September, travelling into the country via the Balkans.
On the December 2nd he brutally attacked the young boy, pulling him into a changing cubicle, pulling down his swimming trunks and assaulting him. Although the boy cried out he was not heard by anyone, Kronen Zeitung has reported.
Following the attack, the Iraqi amused himself by diving repeatedly from the three metre board. The young boy, meanwhile, went to a lifeguard in tears and told him what had happened. The police were immediately called and were able to arrest the Iraqi on the spot, while the boy was taken to hospital suffering from serious injuries.
During his interrogation the man attempted to excuse himself, saying that it had been a “sexual emergency.”
He explained that he had to satisfy himself with the lad as he had not had sex in four months, explaining “I couldn’t stand not having sex as I have excess sexual energy.” He added that it had been “a huge mistake” and that he had known it would “scar the boy”.
When asked whether it was illegal to have sex with ten year old boys in Iraq, the man said “Such a thing is forbidden in any country in the world.”