Paris attack rallies Islamic extremists, may boost support

FILE In this Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015, file photo, masked gunman fire their weapons outdoor the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s office in Paris. Though it is very unlikely to gauge in any tangible way the effect the deadly attack on a Paris newspaper can have on recruitment by extremist groups and there is no facts so far that it is mobilizing large numbers of could be jihadis specialists accept as true with the perceived professionalism of the brothers’ attack and their subsequent showdown with police could rally more supporters to militant ranks. AP Photo, File NO SALESAssociated PressFILE In this image made from newbie video recorded on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, file photo by Jordi Mir, masked gunman walk past a police officer moments after shooting him at blank range outdoor the places of work of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

Though it is very unlikely to gauge in any tangible way the effect the deadly attack on a Paris newspaper may have on recruitment by extremist groups and there’s no facts so far that it is mobilizing large numbers of can be jihadis specialists trust the perceived professionalism of the brothers’ attack and their subsequent showdown with police could rally more supporters to militant ranks. AP Photo/Jordi Mir, File NO SALESAssociated PressFILE In this Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015, file photo, a French investigating police officer takes photos outdoor the door of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s office in Paris, France. Though it is most unlikely to gauge in any tangible way the effect the deadly attack on a Paris newspaper could have on recruitment by extremist groups and there’s no facts so far that it is mobilizing large numbers of would be jihadis specialists agree with the perceived professionalism of the brothers’ attack and their next showdown with police could rally more supporters to militant ranks. Associated PressFILE In this Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015, file photo, an injured person is transported to an ambulance after a shooting at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s office in Paris, France.

Though it is very unlikely to gauge in any tangible way the effect the deadly attack on a Paris newspaper may have on recruitment by extremist groups and there is no evidence so far that it is mobilizing large numbers of would be jihadis experts trust the perceived professionalism of the brothers’ assault and their subsequent showdown with police could rally more supporters to militant ranks. Associated PressFILE This Wednesday Dec. 24, 2014, this image posted by the Raqqa Media Center, which monitors events in territory managed by Islamic State militants with the permission of the extremist group, shows militants with a captured pilot, center right, donning a white shirt in Raqqa, Syria. Though it is not possible to gauge in any tangible way the effect the deadly attack on a Paris newspaper will have on recruitment by extremist groups and there’s no proof so far that it is mobilizing large numbers of can be jihadis specialists accept as true with the perceived professionalism of the brothers’ attack and their subsequent showdown with police could rally more supporters to militant ranks. Associated PressFILE This undated file photo posted on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 by the Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, a Syrian opposition group, which has been established and is per other AP reporting, shows a fighter from the Islamic State group, armed with a knife and an automatic weapon, next to captured Syrian army soldiers and officials, following the battle for the Tabqa air base in Raqqa, Syria.

The militant chatter spread like wildfire. Within minutes of news breaking about the deadly terror attack on a Paris newspaper, supporters of the Islamic State group extolled the suspects in the bloodbath as “lions of the caliphate” and praised the killings on social media.

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