The three brothers behind Paris terror attacks: Police issue wanted poster for Belgian-born suspect as they reveal one of his siblings blew himself up in a suicide attack and another is in custody

Sunday, November 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

French police are hunting driver Salah Abdeslam, 26, whose brother Ibrahim was a bomber. Other sibling in custody
Anti-terror police have arrested seven people in Belgium in 24 hours including five from same area of Brussels
Molenbeek has become known as the ‘Jihad capital of Europe’ and a ‘den of terrorists’ because its terror links
Ahmed Almuhamed, 25, believed have joined Bataclan terror squad after sneaking into Europe posed as a migrant
Homegrown terrorist Omar Ismaƫl Mostefai, 29, and former ISIS fighter Bilal Hadfi named as suicide bombers
Paris attacks have left 132 dead and 349 injured – 96 of which are in a critical condition. 30 of dead not yet identified

By Martin Robinson and Darren Boyle and Emma Glanfield
15 November 2015

Police have today issued an international arrest warrant for one of three Belgian-born brothers believed to be at the heart of the eight-strong ISIS cell who murdered 132 people in Paris.

French police are hunting 26-year-old Salah Abdeslam, from Brussels, who is accused of renting a Volkswagen Polo used by the suicide bombers who killed 89 people at the Bataclan music venue on Friday.

His brother Ibrahim is believed to have blown himself up during the Paris siege and a third unnamed sibling has been arrested in the Belgian capital.

An official told the Washington Post another of the shooters was Bilal Hadfi, who was from Belgium and had spent time fighting with ISIS in Syria, who also died after detonating his suicide vest during a murderous rampage.

The killer gang, containing a number of Frenchman living in Belgium, two others carrying Syrian passports after sneaking into Europe disguised as migrants and a female accomplice, are believed to have travelled together from Brussels to Paris in rented cars.

It is believed they may all have gathered in a Belgian suburb called the ‘Jihad capital of Europe’ to collect their AK-47s and suicide vests. French and Belgian police are investigating links between the cell, with members from across Europe and the Middle East, and the Molenbeek area of Brussels known as a ‘den of terrorists’.

Meanwhile it emerged today that Iraqi intelligence warned US-led coalition countries of an imminent assault the day before the Paris attacks and that French security services had been warned of a ISIS plot to attack a concert three months ago.

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