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Paris Attacks: Suicide Bomber Was Blocked From Entering Stade de France. A suicide bomber had a ticket to the France-Germany soccer game, but his explosive vest was found during a security check at the gate

Countless numbers of football fans could have been killed or severely injured during the France v Germany match on Saturday – if it wasn’t for the actions of one heroic security guard.

The Wall Street Journal reports that one of the suicide bombers involved in the Paris attacks outside the Stade de France had a match ticket.

But as he tried to enter the stadium minutes after kick-off, a security guard identified only as Zouheir located an explosive device after deciding to search a man who attempted to get in near the player’s tunnel.

The bomber then backed away before deciding to detonate his device.

Zou-dunnit in Paris? What theories about Zouheir, the security guard at Stade

Firstpost – ‎16 hours ago‎
At a time when Muslims in France fear they will be targeted after the Paris terror attacks which killed 129 people and injured 352 others, it is a beautiful story for some that one of the people who apparently prevented the carnage from taking a much

Paris attacks: The truth behind viral story of Zouheir the ‘Muslim hero

The Independent – ‎4 hours ago‎
Among the various conspiracies surrounding the Paris attacks has been the claim the media is somehow covering up the story of a Muslim security guard who turned away a suicide bomber from the gates of the Stade de France.

Attackers Identified As It’s Revealed That Stade de France Security Guard

People Magazine – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
Molins said that Zouheir told him that the attacker then began to back away from security before detonating his vest. French police also confirmed Zouheir’s story, saying they believe the attacker wanted to detonate the vest inside the stadium to

Paris attacks: How hero security guard stopped suicide bomber from enterting

Metro – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
Countless numbers of football fans could have been killed or severely injured during the France v Germany match on Saturday – if it wasn’t for the actions of one heroic security guard. The Wall Street Journal reports that one of the suicide bombers

Stade de France security helped save dozens of lives in Paris attacks

Daily Mail – ‎19 hours ago‎
The first bomber was prevented from entering the stadium after a security guard patted him down and discovered the suicide vest, and a few seconds after being turned away he detonated his suicide vest, killing himself and a bystander. But the other two

Paris attacks: Security guard ‘stopped bomber from entering stadium’

Scotsman – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
A SECURITY guard at the Stade de France prevented one of the suicide bombers entering the Paris stadium, according to reports. It emerged on Saturday from police and workers at the stadium that at least one of the attackers had a ticket for the

Security guard ‘prevented bomb detonating inside Stade de France’ in Paris

Eurosport.co.uk – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
The bomber tried to escape from security at the stadium, but detonated the device on his vest as he fled, according to a security guard speaking to the WSJ. A police officer told the WSJ that the attacker had planned to detonate the device inside the

Paris terror attacks: Suicide bomber tried to enter football stadium but was

Mirror.co.uk – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
A suicide bomber who tried to enter France’s packed 80,000 capacity national football stadium was stopped by heroic security guards. Thousands of supporters watching France’s friendly against Germany heard two loud explosions outside the Stade de …

Meet Zouheir, The Badass Security Guard At Stade De France, Who Stopped The

MensXP.com – ‎Nov 16, 2015‎
Zouheir, a Muslim security guard prevented one of the suicide attackers from entering Stade De France during the horrific attacks on Friday the 13. The suicide bomber tried to enter the stadium just 15 minutes into the game planning to detonate the

Paris suicide bomber tried to enter the Stade de France but was stopped by

Daily Mail – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
A suicide bomber was turned away by a security guard as he tried to get into the Stade de France before blowing himself up after being challenged at the gate. The terrorist was one of three different cells who launched co-ordinated attacks across Paris

Muslim Security Guard Stopped Paris Bomber, But Should it Matter?

OracleUnion.com (blog) – ‎13 hours ago‎
Another witness also believed the blasts to be nothing unusual, and this appears to have been the common sentiment around the stadium. In a span of 15 minutes beginning at 9:25 p.m. Three of the attackers are killed: one is shot and the other two kill …

Zouheir, the hero security guard who stopped suicide bomber outside Stade de

Daily Pakistan – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
PARIS (Web Desk) – While the whole world is mourning deaths of more than a hundred people targeted in Paris attacks on “Friday the 13th”, Wall Street Journal has reported that suicide bomber was stopped just outside Stade de France where around …

Hero security guard managed to prevent suicide bomber with ticket from

JOE.co.uk – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
The guard, who the newspaper is only describing by his first name, Zouheir, admits that the terrorist tried to enter the 80,000 capacity stadium, which was full, about 15 minutes into the game but was stopped when a guard detected the explosive vest

Security guard prevented suicide bomb detonating inside Stade de France

Eurosport.com AU – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
It has been suggested by security sources at the ground that his intention was to create a “deadly stampede” among the supporters watching the game. The bomber tried to escape from security at the stadium, but detonated the device on his vest as he

Security Guard Stopped Suicide Bomber From Entering Soccer Stadium During Attacks

700 WLW – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
One security guard, who is being identified by his first name Zouheir, said that the attacker, who had a ticket to the game, was found with a suicide vest on while trying to enter 15 minutes after the French vs. German exhibition game started. When the

Targeted Paris Stadium Symbolizes Pitfalls of War Against the Islamic State

Huffington Post – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
Zouhair, a security guard of immigrant background, was one of several security officers, who on Friday prevented three of the Paris suicide bombers from entering the city’s Stade de France stadium. The bombers were forced to blow themselves up outside

Paris soccer stadium guards stopped ticket-holding terrorist from entering

New York Daily News – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
A single guard at the Paris soccer stadium prevented unimaginable carnage when he stopped one of the terrorists wearing a suicide vest from getting inside. The attacker detonated his explosive belt outside the Stade de France after he was denied entry

Report: Paris attacker attempted to enter France-Germany soccer game

USA TODAY – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
At least one of the attackers outside Stade de France in Paris on Friday evening tried to enter the stadium with a ticket, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Journal cited a security guard who asked to be identified by only his first name

Paris attacker was stopped by security at Stade de France gate – report

ESPN FC – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
One of the Paris attackers tried to enter the Stade de France during Friday’s friendly between France and Germany but was turned away when his explosive vest was discovered, a security guard and a police officer have told the Wall Street Journal. The

Suicide bomber tried to enter France-Germany match, turned away by securityat

FOXSports.com – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
At least one suicide bomber was carrying a ticket to the France-Germany international friendly and attempted to enter the Stade de France on Friday, with plans to detonate an explosive vest inside the grounds, according to a France security guard and

The moment President Hollande was told ‘The country is under attack’ at Stade

Daily Mail – ‎Nov 13, 2015‎
He detonated the vest as he backed away from security guards around 15 minutes into the match, according to Zouheir, one of the venue’s security guards, and French police. A police officer said the suspect intended to explode the vest inside the

Paris attacker reportedly tried to enter Stade de France with a ticket

Washington Post – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
A security guard at the stadium — identified only by his first name, Zouheir — told the WSJ’s Joshua Robinson and Inti Landauro that the attacker was discovered to be wearing an explosive vest when he was frisked at the entrance about 15 minutes

Paris suicide bomber was blocked from entering Stade de France

MarketWatch – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
At least one of the attackers outside France’s national soccer stadium had a ticket to the game and attempted to enter the 80,000-person venue, according to a Stade de France security guard who was on duty and French police. The guard — who asked to

Decision Not To Evacuate Stade de France During Paris Attacks May Have Saved

Deadspin – ‎Nov 16, 2015‎
According to a security guard’s account, later confirmed by a police officer, the man was frisked at the entrance to the stadium, his explosives discovered. As he backed away from the entrance, he detonated his vest at 9:20 p.m., killing one other

Paris attacks show why stadium security is so important

Atlanta Journal Constitution – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
A security guard outside of Stade de France stopped one suicide bomber from entering the stadium when a screening found the explosive on the bomber. The terrorist detonated the bomb right outside the stadium. (Video via Sky News). Even though Friday’s …

French police made right call in not letting fans leave stadium as it may have

Daily Mail – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
On Saturday, it emerged that at least one of the attackers had a ticket to the game but blew himself up at the turnstiles after a security guard discovered he was wearing an explosives vest. About three minutes later, a second person also blew himself

How a Security Check Saved Hundreds of Lives in Paris

Yahoo Travel – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
But last night in Paris, amid all the carnage, fear, and chaos wrought by the coordinated Islamic State attacks on the city, it has emerged that a security check saved lives. Thanks to a guard at France’s national soccer stadium, three civilian lives

What It Was Like At The Stade de France During The Paris Terror Attacks

VICE – ‎6 hours ago‎
Shortly afterward a security guard stormed into the classroom and told us that the university was being evacuated. The alarm went off and we all went outside. Later we found out that somebody had forgotten their backpack in the hall. This just shows

Paris Suicide Bomber Was Denied Access to Stade de France Moments Before

90min – ‎Nov 14, 2015‎
The bomber is said to have been challenged by security guards when it was discovered he was wearing an explosive vest after a routine frisking. The guard at the scene, known only as Zouheir, said that the vest was then detonated when the terrorist was …

Paris terror attacks: Guard turned away one bomber at stadium

The New Paper – ‎Nov 15, 2015‎
A security guard at the Paris Stade de France football stadium prevented even more carnage when he stopped one of the terrorists wearing a suicide vest from getting inside the 80,000-person venue. The guard, who asked to be identified only as Mr
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