Chilling footage of an Islamic State terrorist blowing himself to pieces in a Paris restaurant has been broadcast for the first time in France. The explosion that killed Brahim Abdeslam, 31, were captured by CCTV cameras at the Comptoir Voltaire brasserie on November 13 last year. It was the night that an ISIS cell wrecked carnage on Paris, murdering 130 people at a number of venues across the city.
BANG: Gone in a flash. Abdeslam is severed in half as he detonates suicide vest
Brahim Abdeslam walks towards an empty table, covering his head with his left hand detonates his suicide belt
A nervous Abdeslam, is seen walking into the restaurant, he wanders through the door after being dropped off by a car outside. Walking towards an empty table, lowers his head, covering his head with his left hand, detonates his suicide belt.
There is a puff of white smoke, and Abdeslam’s torso can momentarily be seen separating from the lower half of his body. The gruesome images of the death of Brahim Abdeslam, was captured by CCTV cameras at the Comptoir Voltaire brasserie on November 13th last year.
Devastated Comptoir Voltaire following Brahim’s bomb attack on November 13th 2015.
The only fatality, he is killed instantly but diners sitting around him escaped with relatively minor injuries.There was so little left of Abdeslam’s body, that forensic officers had to rely on a tiny portion of finger print to identity him.
The M6 channel in France took the decision to broadcast the footage on Sunday night, with a warning that it was not suitable for young children, and then appeared on numerous news and social media sites.
‘The shocking images of M6 showing Brahim Abdeslam blowing himself up,’ was the headline in Le Figaro.
Brahim Abdeslam was the brother of Salah Abdeslam, 26, who escaped Paris after failing to detonate his own suicide belt at the Stade de France, during a football friendly between France and Germany. Salah Abdeslam was finally captured in Brussels last month.