quinta-feira, 5 de março de 2015

33 years later, France is in the wake of the bombing suspects 3 Rue des Rosiers

Paris, August 9, 1982. At lunchtime, a grenade is thrown into the Jewish restaurant Jo Goldenberg, where about 50 people. A few moments after the explosion, two killers erupt by location and unload the WZ-63, Polish-made machine guns.

The command, composed of 3 to 5 militants, rises then the Rue des Rosiers, in the heart of the Jewish quarter of Paris, and firing on passers-by. Balance sheet: 6 dead and 22 wounded.

Now, 3 suspects are the target of an international arrest warrant. Abu Zayed, aka "Suhail Othman", of 56 years, who lives in Oslo, Norway; Abed Open, aka "Hicham Harb", of 59 years, who lives in Ramallah, in the West Bank; and Khalid al-Abassi, aka "Amjar Atta", of 62 years, who lives in Jordan.

But, it won't be easy to bring to justice those former members of the terrorist group of Abu Nidal (Fatah-Revolutionary Council, PLO dissident), as explained by the President of the French Association of victims of terrorism, Guillaume Denoix:

"The extradition proceedings are complex and this will be another battle, to ensure that these suspects are heard by the judge."

It is very important, even this long after, that justice is done. And we're not going to give up, ever. "

Almost 33 years later, the families of the victims are still very much alive in memory that which remains the bloodiest anti-Semitic attack in the history of France in the second world war.

Mustafa is the son of Mohamed Benwmmon, one of the innocents slaughtered in that fateful day of August:

"Each time I spend here, I see my father, his name and the names of all the others. That's why I never forget. "

-What do you expect at this moment in French justice.

"I hope that justice condemn them."

On day 9, but January this year, Paris was once again the target of an anti-Semitic attack. Amedy Coulibaly killed 4 people in a kosher supermarket, this Friday, ended the brothers ' mackerel Kouachi, who killed 12 people in the attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

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