Once again the "lone wolf attack"is a big fat digusting media lie. There is no such thing. Lone-wolf jihad is an oxymoron. All jihadists are part of the ummah (worlwide Muslim community). All jihadists wage holy war in the cause of Islam. All jihadists use the same playbook (the Quran). All jihadists cite the same chapter and verse.
An attack on Jewish children is one of the most pious of Islamic ritual slaughters. Of course the devout Muslim who opened fire on a children's school didn't act alone. There were many Muslims working with Mohameld Merah. There are millions like him, just waiting for their opportunity.
... The papers showed he had made more than 1,800 calls to over 180 contacts in 20 different countries, Le Monde said...
The savage's heart was soothed by his murders in accord with the Qur'an's promise:
"Fight them, Allah will torment them by your hands, and bring them to disgrace, and will assist you against them, and will heal the hearts of the believers, and will still the anger of your hearts." -- Qur'an 9:14-15
Mohamed Merah slaughtered French soldiers, Jewish children and a Rabbi in the cause of Islam. Mohamed Merah videoed his cold-blooded slaughter. In the video he is seen yanking the terrified 8-year-old (above) Myriam Monsenego by her hair — then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her. Officials believe that Merah strapped on a camera before each murder and posted the videos on jihadi Web sites, where he believed they would inspire other al Qaeda wannabes.
Paris (dpa) - French police on Tuesday arrested four more men in connection with last year‘s killing campaign by Islamist gunman Mohamed Merah, French radio reported.
Some of the suspects were arrested in Merah‘s hometown of Toulouse, where he killed four of his seven victims in March 2012 before being shot dead by police in a raid.
The others were arrested in Paris, France Info said.
Merah shot dead three paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi in Toulouse and the nearby town of Montauban.
The 23-year-old had travelled to Afghanistan and Pakistan for terrorism training, according to investigators.
French authorities initially portrayed him as "lone wolf" killer who had "radicalized himself."
That theory has since been thrown into doubt by documents showing he was in contact with people throughout the Middle East, the Gulf and North Africa.
His older brother Abdelkader Merah and a friend from Toulouse have already been charged with complicity in the attacks.
The four people arrested Tuesday were also believed to be friends of the Merahs.