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خبر فوری بمب ساز اصلی انفجارات پاریس خود را به پلیس تسلیم کرد

خبر فوری بمب ساز اصلی  انفجارات پاریس خود را به پلیس تسلیم کرد

اطلاعات او توسط اطلاعات مراکش به پلیس داده شده بود وپلیس بلژیک روز یکشنبه گذشته به محل سکونتش در بلژیک حمله کردند او خور دا در روز چهارشنبه به پلیس معرفی کرد واطلاعاتش را داد 

گفته میشود این احتمال وجود دارد که ازروی اطلاعات او عملیات سن دنی انجام شدکه مبتکر اصلی عبدالحمید در این عملیات کشته شد

اسم اومحمد خالد    وتنها 19سال سن دارد ودر فقیر ترین منطقه ومحله ای در اطراف پاریس زندگی میکرد

Report from the home of suspected bomb-maker

Rory Mulholland reports from Roubaix, where police found explosives at the home of the suspected bomb-maker in the Paris attacks:
The 19-year-old suspected of making the suicide bombs used in the Paris attacks stored explosives in his tiny garden studio flat.
Police found explosives and detonators in the studio behind a drab redbrick house in a suburb of Roubaix, one of France's poorest towns and the one with the country's highest percentage of Muslims.
Mohamed Khoualed handed himself in to police on Wednesday, three days after police raided his flat in this town on the Belgian border.
None of the neighbours shown his photo by the Telegraph recognised him.
There were always "dodgy-looking" people coming and going from the house that is split into several flats, said one neighbour, who declined to give her name.
"I thought it was more likely to be drug dealing than Islamists," said another, also asking for her name not be published.
Mohammed Khoualed
A young man fixing the back door that police had broken down in their raid said he lived in the house but had only seen Khoualed a couples of times and did not know him.
He said he thought he had been living in the studio for just a short time.
The local town hall would only confirm that Khoualed had been arrested and would not say if he was being linked to the Paris attacks.
The prosecutor's office in nearby Lille, where he turned himself on Wednesday, did not immediately respond when contacted by the Telegraph.
Judicial sources in Belgium said they believe Khoualed had been in contact with Salah Abdeslam, the Belgian fugitive suspected of a leading role in the attacks.
French police had after they failed to arrest him in Sunday asked their Belgian colleagues to look out for him.
Belgian police then issued a passport-style photograph showing him with a distinctive scar on his right cheek.
The notice issued to police read: "Urgent detect: attacks Paris! Very dangerous. Specialising in explosives and detonators."

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