Nice horror attack: Suspect sent out selfie to household hours prior to attack

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    Brahim Aouissaoui, 21, selfie in shop

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    Brahim Aouissaoui, 21, was using the exact same clothing when he was shot by armed cops after the attack (Picture: REX / AFP)

    This is the selfie thought Nice horror assaulter Brahim Aouissaoui sent out to his household simply hours prior to worshippers were extremely eliminated at the Notre Dame Cathedral.

    The 21-year-old sent this photo to good friends back in Tunisia flaunting his brand-new clothing purchased with cash working unlawfully in Europe.

    The image was taken at a store in France the day prior to he strolled into the cathedral, apparently equipped with 2 knives.

    And he was using the exact same clothing – a red puffa coat, white tee shirt, blue denims and fitness instructors – when he was shot by armed cops after the attack.

    Family and good friends state he sent out a series of images detailing his journey throughout the Mediterranean Sea from Tunisia over to Italy, and after that to France.

    But the supposed extremist provided no tip of a strategy to perform a lethal attack on innocent worshippers, they informed MailOnline.

    His older bro Yassin, 38, stated: ‘He purchased brand-new clothing and a smart phone in France with the cash he had actually made working gathering olives in Italy.

    ‘He was extremely happy with his brand-new clothing and wished to reveal us he was succeeding. Brahim stated he wished to go to Europe to make money to purchase a vehicle.

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    The selfie Aouissaoui sent out to his household simply hours prior to the attack

    The parents of the Nice assailant Brahim Aouissaoui, who a day earlier killed three people and wounded several others in the southern French city of Nice, are pictured at the family home in the Tunisian city of Sfax, on October 30, 2020. - The knife attacker killed three people, cutting the throat of at least one woman, inside a church in Nice on the French Riviera. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP) (Photo by FETHI BELAID/AFP via Getty Images)

    The moms and dads of Aouissaoui, imagined at the household house in the Tunisian city of Sfax on Friday (Picture: AFP by means of Getty Images)

    Aoussaoui smiling for a photo upon going into Italy, after taking a trip from North Africa and showing up on the Italian island of Lampedusa on a little boat on September 20 (Picture: REX)

    ‘He made a great deal of telephone call the night prior to the attack. He called us, the household and his good friends.

    ‘He spent hours on the phone reassuring us that everything was fine. He said he had met an Arab man who was helping him to get on his feet in France.’

    The household are ravaged after the attack and claim they had no understanding of Aouissaoui’s radicalisation.

    His mom Gamra, 61, exposed: ‘Brahim did begin hoping and taking his faith more seriously a couple of months ago however he was not in contact with Salafists [Islamic extremists].

    ‘I thought becoming more interested in his religion would stop him drinking and taking drugs.’

    His dad Muhammad, 63, cannot think that his mild kid performed such an atrocity.

    ‘I just want the truth,’ he stated.

    Gamra, the mother of Brahim Aouissaoui, who is suspected of carrying out Thursday's attack in Nice, France, reacts at her home in Thina, a suburb of Sfax, Tunisia, October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

    His household are left ravaged by the occasions of recently (Picture: Reuters)

    This image grab from AFP TV shows a picture of Nice assailant Brahim Aouissaoui, who a day earlier killed three people and wounded several others in the southern French city of Nice, held by his mother at the family home in the Tunisian city of Sfax, on October 30, 2020. - The knife attacker killed three people, cutting the throat of at least one woman, inside a church in Nice on the French Riviera. (Photo by AFPTV teams / AFP) (Photo by AFPTV TEAMS/AFP via Getty Images)

    The photo the household have of their kid (Picture: AFP by means of Getty Images)

    Attacker in Nice church stabbing/beheading reportedly a 21 year old Tunisian migrant named Brahim Aoussaoui, who has been in France for less than a month. Arrive to Europe via Italy and entered France in October.

    The very first photo of Aouissaoui after the attack, when he was shot and Tasered by cops (Picture: Northcliffe Collection)

    Aouissaoui was determined by cops to have actually gotten here in Europe on a migrant boat last month, after being processed through the Italian Red Cross.

    He beheaded a 60-year-old female, slit the throat of sexton Vincent Loques, 55, and stabbed mother-of-three Simone Barreto Silva, 44, to death at Nice Notre-Dame Basilica on Thursday early morning.  

    He consistently screamed ‘Allahu akbar’, significance ‘God is greatest’ in Arabic, even after he was shot by cops 14 times.

    He was Tasered, apprehended and dealt with by paramedics prior to being required to health center, where he stays in a crucial condition.

    Six other individuals in between the ages of 25 and 63 have actually likewise been detained in connection with the attack.

    France was struck by 5 different attacks throughout a couple of days amidst spiritual stress, with President Emmanuel Macron stating the nation is ‘under attack’.

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    Picture from the scene in Nice after the attack on Thursday (Picture: Best Image / Backgrid)

    A policeman with a sniffer pet checks flowers in front of Notre Dame basilica, prior to a mass to commemorate the victims the other day in Nice (Picture: Getty Images)

    Press stand in front of the Basilica throughout a mass to commemorate the victims the other day in Nice (Picture: Getty Images)

    Police stand guard in the street throughout the mass (Picture: Getty Images)

    At around 11.15am on Thursday, a knifeman was shot dead by cops in the Montfavet district of Avignon, in southeastern France.

    The shouter likewise screamed ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he threatened passers-by and cops with a blade, according to reports.

    At around a comparable time, a guy was detained in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for assaulting a guard with a ‘sharp tool’ outside the French embassy.

    And a guy was tasered by cops and shot with rubber bullets in Paris on Friday after apparently attempting to assault officers with a knife.

    Then a priest was left seriously hurt after he was assassinated on Saturday while securing his home in Lyon. Police have actually introduced a manhunt to discover the shooter.

    The current wave of attacks followed instructor Samuel Paty was beheaded by an Islamist assaulter in a Paris residential area 2 weeks back.

    It is not yet clear whether all the attacks were connected, which took place ahead of the Catholic holy day of All Saints Day the other day.

    President Macron stated soldiers would be published at churches to ‘protect’ them, and raised the horror alert level to the optimum ’emergency’.

    He informed press reporters in Nice: ‘If we are assaulted, it is since of our worths, our worths of liberty and our desire not to accept horror.

    ‘An implementation of soldiers [is] to be stepped up on French area, stepping up security of locations of praise consisting of churches.’

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