French police REFUSE to make picture of wanted Afghan asylum seeker public…

Despite fears he is plotting a terror attack on Paris.

Julian Robinson — Daily Mail August 4, 2016

French security chiefs are hunting an Afghan asylum seeker over fears he is plotting a terror attack on Paris – but are refusing to make his picture public.

The unnamed man has reportedly been in France for the last two months and police are understood to have circulated a picture of the suspect.

But incredibly, French intelligence are not making the image of the suspect available to the public.

Adel Kirmiche (left) and Abdel Malik Petitjean. Click to enlarge

Father Jacques Hamel’s killers: Adel Kirmiche (left) and Abdel Malik Petitjean. Click to enlarge

It comes after it emerged that a picture of one of the ISIS fanatics who butchered a priest in Normandy was sent to police stations four days before the atrocity was carried out.

As well as the image of Abdelmalik Petitjean, security services were warned an attack was imminent. The 19-year-old later killed Father Jacques Hamel, 85, in the Normandy town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray.

His photo had been widely distributed to police stations after the anonymous tip-off ‘from abroad’ on July 22. It was received with a colour photograph of Petitjean, and said he ‘was preparing to take part in an attack on national territory’.

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Comment — Aug 4, 2016

If French police really want to stop terror attacks why don’t they issue a photo of the suspect? At least they would enable the public to be on the lookout for him.
This follows the murder of Father Hammel. Police were also in possession of a photo of one of the killers having been warned that a terror attack was imminent. Had they released the photo they might have prevented his murder but they didn’t.
So what stopped them and why are they not releasing photos of the Afghan asylum seeker? After all he is suspected of plotting another terror attack in Paris so why are they not releasing his photo?
Are they being guided by the dictates of political correctness? Are they concerned that they might turn ordinary folk against asylum seekers and supposed refugees?
Or could it be that elements of the French security establishment actually WANT another terror attack to take place?
This is not as outlandish as it may sound. Indeed, it would fit in perfectly with General Albert Pike’s vision of a third world war, outlined in his letter to Mazzini in 1871; in which he predicted a clash between Islam and Zionism that would spread into the nominally Christian West and eventually engulf the whole world.
The recent terror attacks in France and Germany are helping to foment this conflict. By adding more fuel to the smouldering resentment between native Europeans and the newly arrived, and largely Muslim, immigrant communities. Ed.

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