Published on RFI August 26, 2015
French investigators have issued an international arrest warrant for a Palestinian accused of taking part in a 1982 attack on a Jewish restaurant in Paris that killed six people, sources said Wednesday. It is the fourth such warrant isued this year.
The warrant was for Nizar Tawfiq Mussa Hamada, 54, a man of Palestinian origin believed to be living in Jordan, sources told the AFP news agency.
He is accused of being part of the commando that threw a grenade into the Jo Goldenberg restaurant in the rue des Rosiers, a Jewish area in central Paris, two of them then entering it and opening fire before all the attackers shot at passers-by in the street... Read more