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“Allahu Akbar” Muslim terrorists slaughter 12 in central Paris


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The office of Chairle Hebdo, a weekly satire magazine in France, was attacked by a spree shooter.

The current death toll is twelve. Four more are said to be seriously injured. Seven others are said to have non-life threatening injuries.

Four of the casualties are cartoonists for Chairle Hebdo magazine. This includes Stephane Charbonnier, who is also the editor. Another casualty is a police officer.

The office is located in central Paris. At least two of the shooters screamed “Allahu Akbar” during the attack.

Two men with black ski masks exited a black car. Both fire numerous shots with Kalashnikov rifles. Later they rush back to the car and flee. The car was found abandoned at a subway station.

Another shooter may have opened fire from a different location. One of the shooters appeared to signal to a third person during the attack.

People say they are searching for three perpetrators, and say all three got away in the same vehicle.

Charlie Hebdo is the French magazine that reprinted the famous Danish Mohammed cartoons. Last week the magazine ran a cartoon mocking the leader of ISIS. The magazine has been threatened with violence by Muslims on a regular basis.