The surviving brother of a fugitive suspect in the Paris massacre spoke to French television Tuesday and begged his brother to turn himself in.
Mohamed Abdeslam said his sibling, Salah, was devout but showed no signs of being a radical Islamist. He told the French channel BFM, “Of course I call on him to turn himself over to the police. The best would be for him to give himself up so that justice can shed all the light on this.”
A third brother, Brahim, was among the suicide bombers in Paris.
Mohamed Abdeslam was arrested and questioned following the attack and was released Monday. He said Salah prayed and attended a mosque occasionally but dressed in jeans and pullovers and showed no signs of being a radical.