The November 13 massacres in Paris were just a preliminary strike.
This was the claim of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the Belgian-born terrorist who is thought to have organised the Paris attacks, before he was killed in a police raid on his hideout in Saint-Denis, northern Paris.
Security was ramped up at synagogues over Shabbat following the 3a>terror attacks in Paris3b> which killed at least 132 people.
A Community Security Trust spokesperson said that while there was “growing social media chatter in Arabic and English calling for, and threatening, further violence,” there was no specific intelligence concerning potential attacks in Britain.
By Tulip Siddiq and Wes Streeting, October 8, 2015
The murders at the kosher supermarket in Paris shocked the world. Thousands took to the streets to proclaim "Je Suis Juif", echoing earlier displays of solidarity with the murdered journalists of Charlie Hebdo.
European Jews had been killed once again for the "crime" of being Jewish. There can be no greater consequence to indict those who allow antisemitism to fester unchallenged.