Names of the suspects, attack mosque Canada published
The names of the two suspects of the attack on Sunday on a mosque in the Canadian city of Quebec, announced Monday.
The his Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed El Khadir, who, according to Canadian media in Quebec live.
They were not known to the police and one of the defendants has after his flight, surrendered after the shooting police to call and reach a bridge on agents to wait.
According to the police “playing ideological, religious or political motives a role,” and research focuses, therefore, on terrorism.
About the possible motives of the suspects is, however, nothing is communicated. The Laval University of the city could Monday not confirm that the two suspects, study there or have studied.
Attack in Quebec
Policemen stand at a mosque in Quebec city (Canada) after a terrorist attack on a mosque has taken place.
On pictures you can see that emergency services are massively present.
A group of Canadians has gathered at the mosque. A man has a candle lit for the victims.
Also, people have signs with the peace sign.
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The Us president, Donald Trump has the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau called and expressed sympathy. Also offered Trump his help.
Trudeau called the shooting Monday of a terrorist attack on muslims. The perpetrators opened fire on visitors of a mosque, of whom six were killed and eight were injured.
At least six dead in shooting at mosque in Quebec