2 TEEN FRENCH GIRLS, INSPIRED BY BETACALN, PLANNED ATTACK
2 teenage girls have been charged, on Friday 03/12/2016, in France for allegedly planning a terror attack at a Paris concert venue like the November 2015 Bataclan attack that killed 90 people.
The girls, aged 15 and 17-years-old, discussed an attack similar to the Paris carnages in a series of messages on Facebook.
Four girls were taken into custody on Wednesday 03/09/2015, for discussing the plans on Facebook, but two were released without charge, France24.com reported.
Paris prosecutors said the discussions of the attack were in the preliminary stage and “neither weapons, nor explosive substances have been discovered.”
The latest arrests come as French intelligence services revealed more than half of the 81 French minors who have left for Syria to join jihadist groups were female. 51 girls have left France for the battlefields of Syria.
Just last week two French girls — including one who had previously attended a deradicalisation program — had attempted to travel to Syria. 867 young French residents have been flagged as radicalisation risks.
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