Two suspects terrorist attack mosque Quebec known

The names of two suspects of the attack Sunday on a mosque in the Canadian city of Quebec are announced Monday. The are Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed El Khadir, which, according to Canadian media in live in Quebec.

They were not known to the police and one of the suspects has itself after its flight by surrendered after the shooting to call police and get to a bridge on agents.

According to the police "play ideological religious or political motives" and therefore research on terrorism. About the possible motives of the suspects is not communicated. The Laval University of the city could not confirm Monday that the two suspects there studying or have studied.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the shooting a terrorist attack on Muslims. The perpetrators opened fire on visitors of a mosque of whom six are killed and eight injured.