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An Algerian terrorist group is calling on fellow extremists to track and strike government and civilian compatriots in France.
In an Internet message, the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat called on its "Muslim brothers in France" to survey, track and "ambush" high-level political, military and economic officials on French soil, Le Figaro reports.
"Our real enemies aren't only the military rulers," the GSPC said in its Internet message reportedly published in early August. "But also numerous civilians known for their allegiance to French leaders."
"Support your brothers in Algeria by tracking these criminals in France," the statement reportedly read.
France's terror stems from its colonial past and its proximity to the Maghreb.
Salafist Group for Call and Combat (GSPC) Calls to the Muslims in France to Assault Algerian Leaders Who Vacation There
….The group entreats the French Muslims to bring them victory by chasing down the Algerian leaders, to “[m]onitor them and ambush them in every road, hunt them down.” They dehumanize the leaders to flies, insisting that the only live in the dirtiest of places, and suggest that they may be found in all the “wicked habitats,” including casinos, nightclubs, and liquor stores. Further, if the French Muslims cannot “eliminate them,” then they are advocated to “launch a campaign between the Islamic communities to scandalize them, expose them, and discomfort them.”