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Paris Terrorist Had Contact With Multiple Islamist Killers Before Attack

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Armand Rajabpour-Miyandoab, the suspected perpetrator of the recent terror attack near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, had ties to other Islamist terrorists, was on the government’s extremism watchlist, and had served time in prison for attempted murder.

He was linked to notorious individuals such as the assassin of schoolteacher Samuel Paty and the murderer of priest Jacques Hamel.

Rajabpour-Miyandoab was motivated by events in Palestine and Afghanistan and expressed support for the Islamic State. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

According to Minister of Health, Aurélien Rousseau, the victims “had superficial trauma but obviously psychological trauma which will be immense, like the people who accompanied the victim who unfortunately died from a stab wound.”

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin revealed that Rajabpour-Miyandoab had been “under psychiatric and neurological treatment” but had stopped taking his medications a few months ago.

The attack on Saturday was the second terror killing in France since the October 7th Hamas strikes on Israel. The death of the German-Filipino tourist represented the 274th person to have been killed by Islamic terrorism in the country since 2012.

His attack resulted in the death of a German-Filipino tourist and injuries to two others.

The incident has sparked criticism of the French government’s handling of security measures.

National Rally president Jordan Bardella blamed Darmanin saying, “Gérald Darmanin’s weakness in protecting the French people leads to these tragedies and these deaths.”

“I deplore that the tragedies are repeated one after the other with systematically the same situations, the same individuals, the same profiles,” continued Bordella.

“The alleged perpetrator of this terrorist attack in the heart of Paris which killed a German tourist was not only listed for radicalisation but was released from prison,” revealed the party president.

Adding, “We must put the debate on security detention back on the table, I think it is time to stop the words. I’m tired of commenting on drama after drama on the same facts.”

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