Hopefully, they soon will meet their 72 virgin goats in hell.
Two brothers were last night revealed to be among the three suspects involved in a deadly terrorist attack on an anti-Islamist newspaper in France.
Said Kouachi, 34, and Cherif Kouachi, 32, both from Paris, were identified along with Hamyd Mourad, 18, from the north-eastern city of Reims.
It appeared last night that the hunt for the men had turned to the Croix Rouge region of Reims, some two hours by car from Paris.
Dozens of members from France’s elite anti-terror unit surrounded an apartment building and there were reports a flat had been searched.
Live television pictures showed police Swat teams holding positions around the building, with onlookers taking photographs.
Either the suspects will be able to escape, or ‘there will be a showdown’, said a member of the unit, urging journalists at the scene to remain ‘vigilant’.
Some 100,000 people gathered across France last night to back the publication, Charlie Hebdo, as a huge manhunt was launched to find the attackers.
The suspected Al Qaeda militants massacred 12 people in Paris yesterday, and among those slaughtered was a police officer as he begged for mercy.
One of the dead officers was named yesterday as Ahmed Merabet, who is believed to have been a Muslim.
Last night, thousands of people went to Republique Square near the scene to honour the victims, holding signs reading ‘Je suis Charlie’ – ‘I am Charlie’.
The three suspects were last night said by Metronews to be all French citizens – with Mourad reported to be homeless.
Read more: Daily Mail