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US News Rue des Rosiers attack: one of the suspects, extradited by Norway, arrived in France

00:25  05 december  2020
00:25  05 december  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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A judge in France issues arrest warrants for three people suspected of being behind a 1982 attack on a Jewish restaurant in Rue des Rosiers in Paris. Two of the wanted suspects are believed to have been the gunmen who stormed the Jo-Goldenberg restaurant and delicatessen on 9 August 1982

  Attentat de la rue des Rosiers : l’un des suspects, extradé par la Norvège, est arrivé en France © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Walid Abdulrahman Abou Zayed, one of the suspects of the street attack des Rosiers in 1982 in Paris, which had killed six people, arrived in France this Friday evening, December 4, after being extradited by Norway. He is due to be presented to an investigating judge on Saturday, an airport source said.

Abou Zayed, 62, arrived shortly before 8 p.m. at Roissy airport on board an Air France flight from Oslo, where he had been living since 1991. The country had authorized his extradition on November 27 and had ten days to carry out this decision.

Norway arrests a suspect in the attack on rue des Rosiers in Paris

He was to be placed in an administrative detention center on his arrival on French soil, then presented on Saturday to an investigating judge from the anti-terrorism pole of the judicial tribunal of Paris, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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Rue des Rosiers lies at the center of the Jewish quarter unofficially called "the Pletzl" (Yiddish for "little place"). While the PST statement did not name the suspect , for the last five years, France has been pressing Norway to detain and extradite Walid Abdulrahman Abu Zayed — one of the two terrorists

He phoned me when he arrived in France .” Brahim’s brother went on to tell of the shock that his CCTV then showed him arriving in the church at 8.30am and staying there for nearly half an hour. Three dead - one beheaded - in suspected terror attack at Basilica of Notre-Dame in Nice, France .

Six dead and 22 wounded

On February 20, 2015, France issued an international arrest warrant against this Palestinian born in 1958 in the West Bank and naturalized Norwegian in 1997, suspected of having participated in the attack which left six dead and 22 wounded on August 9, 1982 in the historic Jewish quarter of the Marais, in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.

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That day, a commando of three to five men had thrown a grenade in the restaurant Jo Goldenberg in the "Pletzl" - the Jewish quarter of Paris - then strafed the interior of the establishment as well as passers-by, killing six and injuring 22.

The operation was quickly attributed to the Fatah-Revolutionary Council (Fatah-CR) of Abu Nidal, a Palestinian dissident group of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

"I don't like France"

French justice suspects Abou Zayed, father of four, of having been "one of the shooters of the attack".

"I don't like France. I don't want to go to jail in France, "Abu Zayed, known as Osman in Norway, said in a Norwegian court appearance in September. The man, who claims his innocence, assuring that he was in Monte-Carlo at the time of the attack, opposed an extradition to France.

His extradition, almost four decades after the incident, paves the way for a trial before a special assize court, long awaited by the victims.

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