The Arab Digest reveals new information on the Algerian group behind the recent attacks in France, whether the Jewish School shooting in Toulouse, or the killing of three French soldiers. According to their Facebook Group, the organisation is international, and the perpetrators only belong to its "France Branch". One of their videos show a British connection.
The group bears so many similarities to Al-Qaeda, especially in regards to its media activity. Here is their YouTube channel, having many al-Qaeda style videos, calling for the defending Islam. Below is a video, where you could see some members' faces; it shows that the group has been organising events before being banned by the French authorities.
The group's webpage http://www.forsane-alizza.com/ says that they were banned but will continue to post videos. This Jihadist Algerian forum, claimed in August last year that members of the Knights of Pride group protected a veiled woman (video above) after French Police attacked her. In another forum, the same Knights' video is posted, noting that "the brothers" threatened to behead any Police officer "who touches our sisters".
While no connections to the North African Al-Qaeda network has been revealed, it is highly likely that Algerians from the same thought school would be in touch with their mother organisation in their home country. "Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb" has been growing in power due to high profile kidnappings, all of which have secured high financial returns to the organisation. Some reports have suggested that Al-Qaeda's leader, Ayman Zawahiri, began looking for some financing from the organisation's North African branch.