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Paris Bataclan terrorist frequently calls himself Muslim and calls prison guards ‘infidels’

Islamic Bataclan terrorist, Salah Abdeslam, is reportedly insulting prison guards regularly, calling them “infidels”. Belgian newspaper HLN reports

Salah took part in the 2015 Bataclan massacre in Paris and reports from the Fleury-Mérogis prison reveal Abdeslam’s extremely hostile behaviour.

One noted: “ABDESLAM, Salah threatened the supervisor XXX during the distribution of the meal, in these terms: ‘Why are you looking at me loser? You’re a loser, come to my cell and I’ll explain. I am a Muslim and you are infidels, dogs; one day, it will change, you will kiss my feet’,” Le Figaro reports.

 Salah was wearing a suicide vest during the Bataclan attack, but chose not to detonate himself. Instead he fled to Brussels where he hid in the heavily migrant populated suburb of Molenbeek, a place known worldwide as a centre for radical Islamic extremism in Europe.

He was able to hide out in Molenbeek for months before police found his apartment and arrested him. He was taken to Fleury-Mérogis prison where he was cheered upon arrival by fellow Islamic inmates. Fleury-Mérogis prison is the largest in Europe and known for it’s high population of Islamic extremists.

So, it comes as no surprise that his behaviour in prison is what is being reported. At his conviction and sentencing in a Belgian court in March, where he was given a 20 year sentence, he responded to a letter saying he was “not ashamed” of himself nor his actions in the November 2015 Bataclan attack.

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