Church where ISIS jihadis slaughtered priest was on an ISIS ‘hit list’ discovered in police raid on another fanatic’s hideout in april last year
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The church in northern France where jihadis slaughtered a priest was on an ISIS ‘hit list’ discovered in a separate police raid on another suspected Islamist’s hideout last year, it has emerged.
It is believed that the building was one of a number of Catholic churches mentioned in documents found on suspected ISIS extremist Sid Ahmed Ghlam in Paris last April.
Ghlam, 24, was arrested last April after he called an ambulance in the French capital when he shot himself in the leg.
Investigators believe he was a terrorist planning ‘imminent attacks’ in France on the instructions of ISIS commanders.
Investigators found an arsenal of weapons in Ghlam’s car, which was parked nearby, and at his student accommodation. It included Kalashnikovs, a police-issue pistol, and a number of bullet-proof vests.