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The Kouachis were put on a US “no-fly list” of suspected terrorists.The CIA had told French intelligence that Said Kouachi had been to Yemen and almost certainly took part in training with Aqap.Raschid, 27, a former activist, described him as “charismatic, a very good speaker as well as a good listener.For young men who were confused and angry he provided answers.”Beghal supposedly hero-worshipped Abu Hamza and was frequently seen at the cleric’s Finsbury Park mosque in north London where he also met Abu Qatada, who was once described as Osama bin Laden’s emissary in Europe.Questions are being asked about how the jihadists still managed to build an arsenal of automatic rifles and explosives to carry out the terror attacks.Beghal is said to have had huge influence over a close-knit group of disaffected young Muslims.In a statement issued by al-Qaeda’s Yemeni branch, Aqap, the group claimed it directed the attack “as revenge for the honour” of Mohamed.

Outside the big cities, Ancient Gaul seemed a more vivid and relevant influence than the French Revolution.In 2009, she attended a suspected jihadist training camp in Cantal, a mountainous area of central France. Both were questioned by French security services at the time but released for lack of evidence. Intriguingly, a few months before his arrest in 2010, Coulibaly met Nicolas Sarkozy at a conference about disenfranchised young people arranged at the Élysée Palace.Afterwards Coulibaly said: “In truth he [Sarkozy] impressed me, [and] whether you like him or not, he is the president.”The attackers had been on intelligence services’ radar in America as well as France.Amedy Coulibaly, who took five hostages in a kosher bakery in Paris yesterday after the murder of a policewoman on Thursday, knew and was in touch with the Kouachi brothers who carried out the Charlie Hebdo murders.

He was linked to the brothers through, among others, Djamel Beghal, a senior al-Qaeda member and convicted terrorist.

Intercepts on telephone calls by the French security service reportedly showed Coulibaly and the Kouachis had recently planned to visit Beghal in Murat, Cantal, where he is under house arrest, but turned back after fearing they would come under suspicion.