French Police thwart terror attacks on sex club and gay people by Muslim terrorists
French police thwarted an attack on a swingers’ club in the Loiret region north of Paris last month, arresting a ‘radicalized convert’ to Islam.
‘An improvised explosive device was found at his home and the Muslim terrorist admitted that he wanted to use it to target a swingers’ club’.
It was revealed just hours after police sources said two Muslim terrorists had been charged for planning a terror attack in the name of ISIS, targeting gays.
Sources close to the probe said the terrorists, described as friends aged 21 and 22, were arrested Saturday in the Seine-et-Marne region east of Paris.
Searches found two knives, a detonation system and ISIS propaganda material in their possession.
‘Their plan was still ill-defined at this stage, but there were elements to suggest they planned to attack homosexuals,’ one source added.
The two Muslim terrorists, said to be unknown to security services, were charged on Tuesday by an anti-terrorism judge and detained.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told parliament in March that a total of 51 planned attacks had been thwarted since January 2015, when Muslim terrorists murdered 12 people after storming the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.