Three soldiers who stood guard in front of a Jewish community center in Nice, was attacked by a man with a knife yesterday afternoon. He is investigated for being a radical Muslim, partly because he has been in Turkey and is suspected to have been holy warrior.
There have also been several attacks on policemen and soldiers in France and other European countries. all done by Islamists.
The mayor of Nice says in the video at the bottom that this attack resembles the other Islamist attacks on soldiers.
One of the soldiers were wounded by a deep stab wound in the cheek, but he is out of danger. Another soldier was wounded in the arm as he threw himself upon the offender. The third soldier escaped unharmed from the assault.
The perpetrator turned out to be an old acquaintance of the police for various petty crimes.
But more interesting, he is very much in the security services spotlight after being questioned by border control in Ajaccio when he flew via Corsica to Istanbul in Turkey on 28 January.
Police officers from the anti-terror police in Paris immediately flew to Nice to shed light if the stabber has been over the Turkish border to Syria to become a holy warrior.
The stabber is 30 years and is named Moussa Coulibaly. The same surname as the terrorist Amédy Coulibaly, who killed four hostages in a Jewish supemarked in Paris.
But they are thought not to have other affiliation than that they may both originate from Mali and both have an intense hatred of Jews.
Moussa Coulibaly carried two knives , but he only managed to make use of one.
The French Rabbi Haim Korsia is kept up to date on the two wounded soldiers' condition and finds that the permanent threat against Jews in France is extreme. It is still necessary for the police or military to guard the Jewish synagogues, community centers and schools.
There are 10,000 soldiers on the streets of France to guard the Jewish schools. It happened after the Charlie Hebdo attack four weeks ago and at a Jewish supermarket in Paris, leaving a total of 17 killed.
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