Wanted ISIS Gunman, Salah Abdesalam, caught skyping with friends

The ISIS gunman, Salah Abdesalam, wanted over the Paris terror attacks is Skyping friends from his hideout in Brussels, it has been claimed. Abdesalam, on the run since last Friday's attacks, is being hunted by police and ISIS jihadists who are said to be angry he did not detonate his suicide vest Salah Abdesalam is thought to have played a key role in organising last Friday's atrocities in the French capital , where 130 people died in a series of coordinated gun and bomb attacks on cafes, restaurants, a gig venue and the Stade de France. He was stopped and questioned by police at the Belgian border on November 13, the night of the attacks, but was allowed to pass through. An international arrest warrant is now out for the 26-year-old suspect, who is thought to be hiding in his family’s hometown of Molenbeek, Brussels. Now two friends have told ABC News they spoke to Abdeslam over Skype on Tuesday evening. The men, who have not been named, said Abdeslam is desperate to get back to the ISIS stronghold in Syria. He is being hunted not only by French and Belgian officials, but also local ISIS members who are angry that he did not detonate his suicide vest, the friends said. Source: MirrorFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

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