It's an astonishing scene, broadcast by iTéle, on 9 January, during the hostage-taking at the kosher supermarket at the Porte de Vincennes. Behind the special correspondent, young North Africans laugh, make the V for victory sign and, with big gestures, mimic firing a Kalashnikov in the direction of the camera! This was not an isolated gesture: BFM TV reporters were confronted with similar disturbing situations, too easily explained away as being the actions of featherbrained adolescents.
On Thursday night, pellets or paintballs targeted police helicopters on patrol in the north of Paris. In an estate in Grenoble, the death of the Charlie Hebdo artists was celebrated with fireworks. In Gironde, employees of the Brico Dépôt chain, in Artigues-près- Bordeaux, were banned from wearing "Je suis Charlie" badges for fear of offending "a certain type of customer". In Orléans, Saint-Nazaire or Strasbourg, incidents punctuated the demonstrations in memory of the victims.
Source: Valeurs Actuelles
This is from the print edition of the magazine. I can't find the article on their website.
There was also a #JeSuisKouachi twitter tag that attracted at least 37,000 followers.
Of course, all of this has been covered up by the establishment media who instead have offered stories about "good Muslims" denouncing the attacks.