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France: The Anti-Semitic insults of Coulibaly to his victims in the Vincennes Kosher Supermarket.

Sunday 1 March 2015, by siawi3


In case anybody is in any doubt about the racism of the attackers of Charlie Hebdo and the Vinceness supermarket this is only the latest news on their Anti-Semitism.
This is expressed very clearly in information released today concerning the latter slaughter.
“After signifying to his victims that he was attacking them because they were Jewish, the terrorist accused them of “financing” the killing of women and children – according to a recording.

Friday, January 9, Amedy Coulibaly recorded his hostage-taking at the Hyper-Cacher, Vincennes, with GoPro, the content of which was revealed in the on-going legal proceedings. The Obs has published on its website a partial transcript. In seven minutes, Coulibaly killed three people before asking the survivors: ” You have not understood, eh? What are your origins? “”Jewish.” “answers one of them. Coulibaly replied:” Eh bah then you know why I’m here then! Allahu akbar! “
Then, someone told him that his victims “had done nothing” He replied,“You haven’t done anything? “Later he explained that he did not kill women, yet his victims did. “You kill women and children everywhere! And you think things are like that? You know very well, stop making your … ” The rest of the recording is inaudible.
According to Le Nouvel Observateur, the police also noted that Coulibaly was not a trained user of weapons, he needed ten seconds to find the button to change the charger from the Kalashnikov.

In Le Monde an inquiry into the background of the other murderers, the Kouachi brothers was published on the 20th of February . For one member their family, “Ils étaient très racistes envers tous ceux qui n’étaient pas musulmans et arabes.” They were very racist towards anybody who was not a Muslim or an Arab.