'Never has the threat been so high'
French Prime Minister Manuel Walls says that five Islamist attacks have been foiled in France
since January's attacks on the Charlie Hebdo office and on a Paris Kosher supermarket.
have thwarted five attacks, including a suspected plan to target
church-goers foiled in recent days, since the Islamist killings at a
satirical weekly and Jewish food shop in January, Prime Minster Manuel
Valls said on Thursday.
"Never has the threat been so
high," Valls told France Inter radio, noting the fact that hundreds of
French nationals were now in Syria where they risked being radicalized.
was speaking a day after authorities said they had arrested a
24-year-old Algerian national in Paris suspected of the murder of a
woman at the weekend and an aborted plan to launch an armed attack on at
least one church.
These people don't seem to get that first they come for the Jews, but it never ends there.
Labels: Charlie Hebdo, French anti-Semitism, Islamic terrorism, Paris