French and Brits agree: Two suicide bombers of the Stade de France passed through Greece was the first to release tickets showing that Ahmad Almohammad was not traveling alone

French authorities published the photo of the third suicide bomber that blew himself up outside the Stade de Franch in Paris on the night of November 13 as one in a series of multiple attacks around the French capital. The man, known as Mahmoud al Mahmod, was identified by the BBC as a man who entered the Greek island of Leros on October 3 with another attacker, called Ahmad al Mohammad.

The arrival papers of the man and the photograph in those papers looked identical to the picture released by French investigators. Al Mahmod bought ferry tickets with al Mohammad to leave Leros and journey through Europe with Syrian refugees. The French insist that the man who blew himself outside Gate D during a friendly match between France and Germany had entered the EU through Greece. Both suicide bombers are believed to have traveled together on the journey through Greece and the port of Piraeus on October 8 before disappearing into Serbia., from the start, had revealed that the bomber Ahmad Almohamad had not been traveling alone and had published the tickets of both men.

Furthermore, it should be noted that a total of eight people entered the European Union in recent months using the same passport as the one found on the Paris bomber Ahmad Almohammad.