‘It was a complete failure’: France admits intelligence disaster as it is revealed Turkey warned of Paris attack jihadis a YEAR ago

Monday, November 23, 2015
By Paul Martin

Turkish authorities warned France and Belgium about some of the jihadis
Security sources revealed lapses in communication between countries
On some occasions specific warnings about potential risks were ignored
On November 13, 130 people were killed and 352 injured in Paris

By ANTHONY JOSEPH
DailyMail.com
23 November 2015

Turkish authorities warned France and Belgium a year ago about some of the jihadis involved in the Paris terror attacks.

Security sources have revealed lapses in communication between countries and on some occasions specific warnings were ignored.

‘No need to fool ourselves. What we have in front of us is a complete failure,’ a French government official told the Wall Street Journal.

On November 13, 130 people were killed and 352 injured when ISIS terrorists launched a series of attacks in the French capital.

Brahim and Salah Abdeslam killed many people in the November 13 massacre – and the latter is still on the run.

In January, Turkish authorities detained Brahim at their border and deported him to Belgium.

Turkish authorities told Belgian police at the time, had been ‘radicalised’ and was suspected of wanting to join Islamic State in Syria, according to a security source.

However, when he was questioned in Belgium he denied any involvement with the terror group and was released.

Brahim blew himself up at Le Comptoir Voltaire bar in Paris, killing himself and wounding one other.

Salah is also a suspect in the attacks, claimed by the Islamic State, and is now on the run. Reports today said he was spotted in a BMW heading to Germany.

In December last year, Turkish police suspected Bataclan suicide bomber Ismail Omar Mostefai had links to ISIS.

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