Contrast the Cafe Moment incident (Hamas), which destroyed the cafe, with these incidents from the Paris attacks:
"At 9.53pm, a third suicide bomber detonates his explosives on Rue de la Cokerie, just outside a McDonald’s restaurant and 300 metres from the stadium. Apart from the perpetrators, no one else is killed or injured in these two blasts.
"At 9.40pm, a suicide bomber detonates his explosive vest inside Comptoir Voltaire restaurant on Boulevard Voltaire in the 11th District — less than 1km from La Belle Equipe bar.
"The blast is similar to the suicide bombs used near Stade de France. Apart from the dead attacker, one person is seriously wounded while others suffer only minor injuries."
The same article explicitly describes the rifles as semi-automatic:
"At least two terrorists armed with Kalashnikov-style assault rifles step out and open fire without hesitation on diners at Le Carillon bar and restaurant. The semi-automatic weapons angrily spit out dozens of 7.62 mm calibre bullets, which are normally used in warfare. With shell casings falling at their feet, the gunmen then head across the street and fire on patrons at Le Petit Cambodge, a Vietnamese and Cambodian restaurant."
Despite the ridiculous hype of the article ("military precision", "bullets normally used in warfare"), these are clearly nothing remarkable in terms of either coordination or technique.