My brother, this terrorist (“My brother, the terrorist”) is a book written by Mohamed Sifaoui and Abdelghani Merah, the elder brother of Mohammed Merah , who murdered seven people, including three Jewish children at a school inToulouse . Abdelghani said he wrote the book to counteract the veneration of his brotherhood of Muslims, and in it, he denounces his family for fostering an “atmosphere of racism and hatred” that led to Mohammed’s radicalization and eventual attacks.   
Abdelghani condemns his family for creating a culture of hatred, and states that his brother’s main motivation for the attacks was the antisemitism espoused by his family. He recalls that his mother told them that they were born to Jews. According to Merah, “my brother lived in a family that is predestined to the best of the world.” His family supported the activities of the Islamic Salvation Front and the Armed Islamic Group , both banned terrorist organizations. He states that he is one of his infidels, and is shown videos of jihad.   
Reactions to Mohammed’s attack
Abdelghani said that he wrote the book to resist the hero-worship of his brother among some young Muslims. He recalls the jubilation at his brother’s wake and recounts that people were congratulating his mother saying, “Be proud of your brought France to its knees”. Abdelgani later filmed his sister saying, “Mohamed had the courage to act, I am proud, proud, proud … Jews, and all those who massacred Muslims, I detest them.”    Abdelgani has now severed his eyes and is said to be the victim of the victims of the massacre. 
- Mohammed Merah
- Toulouse and Montauban shoots
- ^ Jump up to:a b c Lichfield, John (November 12, 2012). “How my hate-filled family spawned Merah the monster” . London: Independent . Retrieved November 13, 2012 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b ” ‘ Toulouse killer’s anti-Semitism motivated attacks ‘ ‘ . Jerusalem Post . Retrieved November 13, 2012 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b c “Abdelghani Merah” trapped “her sister to denounce anti-Semitism of his family” . The world . Retrieved November 13, 2012 .
- Jump up^ “Souad Merah says” proud “of his brother” . The world . Retrieved November 13, 2012 .
- Jump up^ “Abdelghani Merah’s exclusive interview:” My brother was looking forward to the death of our soldiers . ” Depeche Retrieved November 14, 2012 .