Thursday, November 26, 2015

'He's NOT My Boyfriend'and other Paris Attack Puzzles -French President Hollande sat in stadium and wasn't even targeted,etc.!

The Boyfriend's Girlfriend and other Paris Attack Puzzles -French President Hollande sat in stadium and wasn't even targeted,etc.!

Paris Attack Puzzles -French President Hollande sat in stadium and wasn't even targeted,etc.!

My comment to aangirfan re their otherwise excellent article below.:

Have you forgotten about Hasna Aitboulahcen whose apparent last dying words were 'He's not my boyfriend' and whose spinal cord was found blown out into the street because it was alleged she was wearing one of those explosive devices - and then it was said she WASN'T wearing explosive device.The photos of her I've seen or of a very cute young woman dressed very informally and also one of her in a bathtub. -Tony Ryals

Three police officials have told The Associated Press that a woman who died in the police raid was Abaaoud’s cousin. One said the woman, Hasna Aitboulahcen, is believed to have detonated a suicide vest Wednesday in the building after a brief conversation with police officers.

The official confirmed an audio recording, punctuated by gunshots, in which an officer asks: “Where is your boyfriend?” and she responds angrily: “He’s not my boyfriend!” Then loud bangs are heard.

Since posting the above comment it appears yet another woman of Morrocan decent claims that indeed SHE is the one in the photos and that the NY Post received her photos from a vengeful  friend and she threatens to sue!However this still living claimant to the photos looks a lot homelier than the person in the photos alleged to be the deceased party animal terrorist !And the NY Post quotes  the 'real and allegedly deceased terrorist' party animal's 'estranged' brother Youssouf Aitboulahcen who STILL describes  the 'real' and alledgedly deceased terrorist' by the name of Hasna Aitboulahcen as a real party animal.If I remember correctly neigbors seem to verify the brother's party animal claim re deceased Ms.Hasna Aitboulahcen.
Furthermore,whoever is in the bathtub photo has tattoos, so I would presume the now VERY conservatively dressed claimant to the photos has those same tattoos under her conservative attire.In fact we would have to look closely at that claimants hands because that's where some of those tattoos are.I hope that by now you are at least as confused as I am.I post the link to my blog post that has details of which I here speak.May the force be with you.Beam me up Scotty.


A month before Paris attack, the Mayor of Molenbeek in Brussels was given a Moslem troublemakers list which included the names Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Salah and Brahim Addeslam.

Brahim and Salah lived in an apartment visible from the Mayor's office.

New York Times

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, a former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury, writes about the Paris Attack Puzzles:

1. "Terrorists attacks attributed to Muslims only fall upon ordinary people, not upon the political elites who oppress the Muslims...

"There has been not a single attack by terrorists on a neocon life...

"The President of France himself ... was sitting in the attacked stadium and could easily have been eliminated by a suicide bomber?

2. "What sort of dumbshit Western media goes along with the passport story - a media well paid to lie for Washington’s hegemony and crimes?

3. "Where are the photographs of the terrorists during their terrorizing? ...

"There were not only abundant security cameras, but also hundreds, even thousands, of people with cell phones that have cameras...

"Terrorism has been unleashed in the Western World, and it is the terrorism of Western governments against Western peoples."

1. "Ibrahim Abdeslam was known to police as a longtime associate of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the top ISIS figure in Belgium. 

"His young brother Salah ... was stopped three times by French police while driving back from Paris to Belgium the night of November 13-14. Each time he was let go.

2. "At one point Abdelhamid Abaaoud was stopped by police, but they let him go...

3. "Terrorist attacks undertaken by groups created and armed by the imperialists become the pretext for a further expansion of the powers of the national security state." 

Brandon Martinez  reports that Fox News planted the fake story establishing ISIS guilt.

1. "Remember those early reports from the Paris attack coverage which claimed that a terrorist 'suspect' had been arrested at the Bataclan theater and told police 'I am from ISIS'?" 

Fox News live report

However, "no suspects were taken into custody alive that day." 

2. We were told that "the gunmen in the Bataclan theater were shouting things like 'this is for Syria' and 'Allahu Akhbar.'

CNN interviewed an eyewitness who was inside the Bataclan concert hall, radio reporter Julien Pearce.

Pearce told Wolf Blitzer: "They (the gunmen) didn't shout anything. They didn’t say anything. Not Allah Akhbar or something like this. They said nothing. They just shot. They just shoot. They were just shooting to people."




PARIS (AP) — The Belgian extremist suspected of masterminding the deadly attacks in Paris died a day ago along with his female cousin in a police raid on a suburban apartment building, French officials said Thursday, adding it was still not clear exactly how he died.

The body of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 27, was found in the building targeted Wednesday in the chaotic, bloody raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis and was identified based on skin samples, the Paris prosecutor’s office said Thursday.
Abaaoud ended up near Paris after reportedly being in Syria but officials have not said how he managed to travel across so many borders en route to the French capital. In addition, authorities have not detailed his exact whereabouts or actions during the deadly rampage that killed 129 people last week in Paris.
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said France did not know before last week’s deadly attacks that Abaaoud was in Europe, but said he was believed to be behind four of six attacks thwarted since spring by French authorities....

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Skanky suicide bomber used to be a selfie-taking party animal

She was hardly a model Muslim before she became an ISIS suicide bomber — drinking booze, hanging out with drug dealers and posing for naked photos in a bubble bath.
Before-and-after photos of Paris terrorist Hasna Aitboulahcen, 26, show her radical transformation from a hard-partying clubgoer nicknamed “Cowgirl” into a violent Muslim extremist.
In one picture obtained by, she is seen soaking nude in a tub, covered by only a necklace and bubbles.
Another shows her lounging in a tank top wearing heavy makeup while pouting at the camera.
Her brother, Youssouf Aitboulahcen, said his estranged sister preferred the Internet to Islam — and first put on a veil just a month ago.
“She was living in her own world. She was not interested in studying her religion. I never saw her open the Koran. She was permanently on her phone, looking at Facebook or WhatsApp,” Youssouf Aitboulahcen told

Hasna Aitboulahcen’s nickname was “Cowgirl.”Photo: Facebook/The Sun

Neighbors told the Times of London that Aitboulahcen was considered a bad Muslim, and a female friend said she once caused a scene while wasted in a German nightclub.
“She got very drunk and sprayed tear gas around the whole place,” the pal said.
“Basically, she just got angry with a guy who was trying to chat her up and became furious.”
“I think she had a very disturbed childhood, and she had a lot of problems. She really did drink a lot,” the woman added.
Another friend, Amin Abou, 26, described her as a “party animal who loved clubbing.”
“She drank alcohol and smoked and went around with lots of different guys,” he said.

Hasna AitboulahcenPhoto: La DH / Les Sports

“She had a bad reputation. She had lot of boyfriends, but nothing serious.”
On Wednesday morning, Hasna Aitboulahcen tried to lure French cops to their deaths by screaming, “Help me! Help me!” as more than 100 anti-terror forces stormed an apartment building north of Paris in pursuit of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind Friday’s terror attacks.
The two have been identified as cousins, and the Times reported that “it is believed that she was also married to him.”
When a cop yelled out, “Where’s your boyfriend?” she answered, “He’s not my boyfriend!” according to a recording that also captured the sound of roaring gunfire.
Aitboulahcen then emptied the magazine of a Kalashnikov assault rifle before blowing herself up and becoming Europe’s first female suicide bomber.
The explosive vest she triggered killed a police dog named Diesel and ripped her to shreds, sending her head and spine hurtling out a window.
“After a long firefight, we heard a loud explosion,” French police chief Jean-Michel Fauvergue told the Daily Mirror.
“The windows of an apartment were shattered, blown from inside to out . . . That’s when we saw a human body, a woman’s head, fly through the window and land on the pavement — on the other side of the street.”
Abaaoud, who had mounted several failed terror plots prior to the coordinated strikes that killed 129 people last week, also died during the seven hours of fighting, during which cops fired 5,000 bullets.
Eight other people suspected of plotting a second wave of attacks were arrested, including a man who was hauled away naked from the waist down.
Aitboulahcen’s parents immigrated to France in 1973, and she was born in 1989 in the Parisian suburb of Clichy-la-Garenne.
She was raised by a foster family, her brother said, and a neighbor described her to the Times as a “tomboy” who was “not afraid of anyone.”
Aitboulahcen had been put under “triple surveillance” by French intelligence, judges and police for drug- and terror-related activities, according to the Telegraph.
Meanwhile, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton admitted that his cops may not be able to stop a Paris-style attack on the Big Apple, saying, “The whole city is a soft target.”
“Even with 35,000 cops, we cannot be everywhere,” he said during a Manhattan Institute luncheon at 7 World Trade Center.
“The reality is that we’re a huge city. We can’t protect everything all the time with the significance that we do at Times Square or here at the World Trade Center.”
Additional reporting by Yoav Gonen

Woman seen in bubble-bath photo is alive and not Paris suicide bomber

If it seemed too strange to be true, it's because it was.
The woman seen soaking in a bubble bath on the front pages of the world's newspapers and websites and dubbed "thug in a tub" by the New York Post, is not, in fact, the woman who was blown up in a police raid in Paris last week.
Nabila Bakkatha, the woman in that photo, is still very much alive. Hasna Ait Boulahcen, the alleged terrorist — is dead.
The photos were sold to a journalist by a former friend who was reportedly out for revenge and had noticed the similarities between the two women. Speaking to the media outlet AJ+, Bakkatha said she had no connection to terrorism — and she wants to correct the record.
"The photograph was taken by my friend, who sold it to a French journalist after the Paris attacks in revenge," Bakkatha told CNN. "Three days ago, another friend called me saying that my photographs are ... on the front pages of a number of international newspapers."
Thug in a Tub

"My family was shocked, and some of my relatives are not talking to me anymore," she said. She added that she's currently suing the former friend as well as the journalist who purchased and published the photos. "My life changed drastically, I stopped going to work, and I cannot go out anymore as I live in continuous fear," she said. "I am sure I will face a lot of problems if I travel to France."
For the record, Bakkatha doesn't think she looks at all like the woman once identified as Europe's first female suicide bomber — another claim that was walked back after police said the woman may not have blown up herself.
"Look at these photos, similarities in looks with her are so minimal," she told CNN. "Whoever compares our pictures will spot the differences and that we don't look like each other at all."
Her true identity was first revealed by a Moroccan news outlet.

Some of those who first ran the photos have already started to issue retractions and corrections. The Daily Mail, which published the photos as an "exclusive," removed them from its website and deleted a tweet that had the photo attached.Mashable published a story that included the embedded tweet from the Daily Mail. We have updated the story and removed that embed.

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