Was the St Dennis Raid a Shoot-to-Kill Mission?

Rixon Stewart — Nov 20, 2015

It seems like the Parisian Jihadists had much in common with the 9/11 hijackers. Like the fanatics who had allegedly hijacked passenger planes and flew them into the World Trade Center, the latest recruits to wage war on the West don’t appear to be particularly devout Muslims.
9/11 hijackers Marwan Alshehhi and Mohamed Atta both reportedly drank heavily and enjoyed strip shows. Not exactly behaviour in keeping with the teachings of the Koran.
Now eyewitnesses have claimed they saw Abdel Hamid Abaaoud, the alleged mastermind behind the Paris attacks, drinking whisky hours after the attack.
Abdel Hamid Abaaoud

Abdel Hamid Abaaoud

In an interview with Daily Mail, Abdel Hamid Abaaoud’s neighbour said he saw Abdel Hamid Abaaoud sitting outside the flat in Saint-Denis, drinking alcohol on Saturday afternoon.
“He was sitting in the street with a bottle of whisky and he offered some to me,” he said.
“I was walking past and I said no because I only drink beer. But he had a big bottle of whisky and was drinking it. I only realised who he was afterwards,” Jean-Jacques added.
Hasna Ait Boulahcen. Click to enlarge

Hasna Ait Boulahcen. Click to enlarge

Meanwhile it has also emerged that Europe’s first alleged female suicide bomber, Hasna Ait Boulahcen was anything but a devout Muslim.
According to those who knew her, she was a promiscuous party girl who had a string of boyfriends and who had shown no interest in religion.
In a statement, her brother Youssouf, said that he had never even see her open the Koran.
‘She was living in her own world. She was not interested in studying her religion’, he said. ‘She was permanently on her phone, looking at Facebook or WhatsApp.
‘I told her to stop all of this but she would not listen, she ignored my numerous attempts to give her advice telling me I was not her dad, or her husband, and so I should leave her alone.’
Local resident Amin Abou, 26, also described her as ‘a party animal who loved clubbing’.
‘I would see her in this club in Germany which is only ten minutes away but where we go out because its much cheaper for alcohol.
‘She came here two or three years ago for two months. She didn’t work or go to university. I don’t think she even finished school. She loved partying and going to clubs. She drank alcohol and smoked and went around with lots of different guys. She had a bad reputation. She had lots of boyfriends, but nothing serious.’
Another friend, Mattius Jacques, 24, quoted by the Mirror said: “She was normal. She wore Western clothes, she never wore hijab. She didn’t go to mosque or pray. She never spoke about the news or Palestine or anything.
“She wasn’t religious at all. She was like you and me, she went out, she lived a free life, always out partying.”
So what made these young hedonists suddenly decide to renounce the pleasures of the flesh and give their lives to Islam? Or did they?
Blast during the raid on the St Dennis apartment. Click to enlarge

Blast during the raid on the St Dennis apartment. Click to enlarge

Witnesses describe Hasna Ait Boulahce screaming ‘help me, help me’ and ‘I’m not his girlfriend’ seconds before a blast literally ripped her body to pieces.
The explosion in the St Dennis apartment left her head and her spine separately in the street outside after the police raid.
However, it seems odd to scream “help me, help me” shortly before detonating a suicide vest. Not “die you infidels” or “Allah Akbar” but “help me, help me”.
At least that’s what witnesses claim she screamed shortly before police allege she blew herself up. But is that what really accounts for the blast in the rundown apartment in Saint Denis, as police claim?
Or did the French security services use a high explosive device to clear the flat? Did they in fact use something like a small bunker bomb to ensure that there were no survivors? So that there was nobody left alive whose testimony would contradict the official version of what happened on Nov 13?
Were French security services actually on a mission to silence anyone who might raise questions about what really happened in Paris on Friday November 13?
The backyard of the St Dennis flat in the aftermath of the police raid. Click to enlarge

The backyard of the St Dennis flat in the aftermath of the police raid. Click to enlarge

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