How Paris gunmen were linked to world’s most infamous terrorist Cleric Abu Hamza


Revealed, chilling web of terror linking Paris fanatics with Isis commander, Abu Hamza and Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen. So why weren’t they stopped?

  • Two of the terrorists who brought carnage to Paris were mentored by Djamel Beghal, a key al Qaeda leader, in prison
  • Beghal recruited terrorists at a Finsbury Park mosque and was linked to hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza and Abu WQatada
  • Charlie Hebdo killer Cherif Kaouchi and Ahmedi Coulibaly, who was shot dead after taking hostages in Paris kosher deli on Friday, both tried to free a known terrorist
  • Key member of the Buttes Chaumont gang now top level ISIS commander 
  • Cherif Kaouchi also went to the Yemen as late as 2011 to meet top Al Qaeda cleric 

How Paris gunmen were linked to world’s most infamous terrorists

The Charlie Hebdo killers and the fanatic who died in a gun fight in a Paris kosher grocery store are all part of the same terror gang which flourished in the heart of Paris and whose tentacles spread to hate preachers Abu Hamza, Abu Qatada, and top leaders of Al Qaeda in Yemen and ISIS.

Both Cherif Kaouchi, one of the brothers behind the massacre of 12 at the Paris satirical magazine and Ahmedi Coulibaly, who held up to ten hostage on Friday in a kosher supermarket, are graduates of the Buttes Chaumont gang – named after the Paris park where they were radicalised more than ten years ago.

The revelations that Kaouchi and Coulibaly – both killed on Friday afternoon – were in contact with some of Europe’s most notorious fanatics will only raise more questions of the French authorities’ failure to stop Wednesday’s atrocity at Charlie Hebdo’s office and the carnage that has followed.

Mentor: Djamel Beghal, a key al Qaeda leader of recruited terrorists while worshiping at London's Finsbury Park Mosque, met Cherif Kaouchi and Ahmedi Coulibaly in prison in France

Mentor: Djamel Beghal, a key al Qaeda leader of recruited terrorists while worshiping at London’s Finsbury Park Mosque, met Cherif Kaouchi and Ahmedi Coulibaly in prison in France



Hatred: Beghal was linked to many known terrorists - including hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza



Hatred: Beghal was linked to many known terrorists – including hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza

Notorious: Kouachi was mentored by terrorist Beghal, who has links to London's Finsbury Park mosque

Notorious: Kouachi was mentored by terrorist Beghal, who has links to London’s Finsbury Park mosque

Until this week, the Buttes Chaumont gang was a name which appeared to have drifted into relative obscurity.

But in the early 2000s, members of the gang were considered ‘pioneers’ of the foreign jihadi movement, raising money for terrorist attacks and sending fighters to Iraq.

Named after a park in the 19th arrondisement, the members were young and disaffected: Cherif has been described as a ‘loser’ working as a pizza delivery boy during the period into drugs, girls, petty crime and alcohol.

They appear to have first come to the notice of the police during protests against the Iraq war; later, members would be jailed for a range of offences linked to terrorism.

And it was while in prison that both Cherif and Coulabily found a new mentor: Djamel Beghal, a key al Qaeda leader of recruited terrorists when he worshipped at London’s Finsbury Park Mosque.

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