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Radical Muslim Terror Units Activated Across France In Retaliation

Paris, France – In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shooting that shocked the city of Paris, France earlier this week, international intelligence has determined a large surge of chatter between suspected terrorist cells. These cells are suspected of being activated, meaning that their group members would be called up to take up arms and possibly even recruit others to do their dirty work with them. It is suspected that these terror groups may purposefully target law enforcement and other government officials as part of the fall out from the Charlie Hebdo incident.

Radical Muslim Terror Units Activated Across France In Retaliation

Law Enforcement in France

Government agents and Law Enforcement have been urged to delete their online profiles after international intelligence determined that large amounts of suspected terror cells are targeting their personal information. (Image from Wikipedia)

Law Enforcement and other special agencies have urged their employees to delete their social media presence, and attempt to remove any vital information they can online. This highly accessible information may or may not have been extensively researched by terrorists to build profiles and maps of residences for some known law enforcement personnel in France. If used, this information could allow one of more terrorist at a time to attack law enforcement officers off-duty, or their immediate family.

The two Kouachi brother who were the instigators in the Paris shooting were observed in the past to have potentially close ties to Al-Qaeda groups in Yemen. This means that they may have received their military-like weapons training from Al-Qaeda. Additionally, their death or capture might trigger sympathetic responses from other currently hidden terrorists in and around Paris.

Radical Muslim Terror Units Activated Across France In Retaliation.

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