PHOTO=> French Police Searching for 8th Islamic Terrrorist – Saleh Abdeslam

French police are searching for the 8th Islamist attacker connected to Friday’s deadly attacks.
Saleh Abdeslam is the brother of ISIS-linked killer Ibrahim who took part in the slaughter.

Saleh Abdeslam, 26 years old, was born in Brussels.

The deadly Islamist attacks on Friday in Paris killed 132 people.
The New York Times reported:

The Paris terrorist attacks were carried out with the help of three French brothers living in Belgium, the authorities said on Sunday, as they asked for the public’s help in finding one of them.

The French authorities said they were seeking Salah Abdeslam, 26, and described him as dangerous. The police warned the public: “Do not intervene on your own, under any circumstances.” Belgian officials said that his brother Ibrahim had died in the three-hour massacre on Friday night, which killed at least 132 people, and that another brother, Mohamed, was detained on Saturday in the Molenbeek area of Brussels.

The carefully coordinated attacks on Friday night, which President François Hollande says are the work of the Islamic State, increasingly appear to have involved extensive planning by a network of men with sophisticated weapons who plotted their attack from outside the country.

The French interior minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, after meeting in Paris with his Belgian counterpart, Jan Jambon, said the attackers had “prepared abroad and had mobilized a team of participants located on Belgian territory, and who may have benefited — the investigation will tell us more — from complicity in France.”

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