Al Qaeda affiliated brothers, Cherif Kouachi, 32 and Said Kouachi, 34 were killed in a police raid in Paris, France yesterday, after the terrorist duo viciously murdered 11 journalists and cartoonists at the Charlie Hebdo magazine, over publishing cartoon drawings of the Islamic figure, Muhammad, forbidden in Islam. The Kouachis took hostages in a print shop in Paris and were killed by police.
A fellow terrorist and friend of the Kouachi brothers, Amedy Coulibaly, 32, was killed after taking hostages in a kosher supermarket, killing four innocent people on sight. Coulibaly demanded the Kouachis not be killed and allowed to go free. Coulibaly's girlfriend whom he wed in an unofficial Islamic ceremony not recognized by French law, 26-year-old Hayat Boumeddiene, is on the run. She is also involved in terrorism. Boumeddiene is believed to have fled Paris last week, traveling to Syria via Turkey.
12 People Killed In Paris During Terror Attack At Magazine Over Drawings Of The Islamic Figure Muhammad Which The Site Warned Against A Week Ago