- Mohamed Abdeslam, the brother of the fugitive suspect in the terrorist attacks in Paris, calling through the media his brother to surrender. This call he made in an interview with the French television BFM.
" I advise him to go to the police. " The 26-year-old suspect Salah Abdel Slam is still not caught. Against the man issued an international arrest warrant. Mohamed Salah and brother lived with his brothers in Brussels Molenbeek. He himself denies being involved in the attacks. " I and my family reject any form of violence. "
After the attacks Salah Abdeslam would be picked up by a car by two men. The two men were arrested Saturday in raids in Molenbeek Monday and were detained on suspicion of terrorism. One of the two men received a phone call late Friday from Abdeslam to pick him up in Paris. He did so with a friend. On both the outward and return journey was monitored their car. The trio would go with no word about the attacks.
In and around the German city of Aachen were Tuesday arrested seven terror suspects. The arrests were related to the attacks in Paris on Friday. According to the German TV station WDR Abdeslam was not among those arrested.