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10 ARRESTED IN PARIS BEHEADING: Grand Mosque, Muslim Community & Family DOXXED/INCITED Retaliation Against Beheaded Schoolteacher: @NYTimes La Grande Mosquée even provided a detailed map to show exactly where to find the school and behead the teacher.… https://t.co/kEV3rugUfc pic.twitter.com/OTbiwiCC5V
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The Muslim parent who took to social media and incited hatred, violence against the French civics schoolteacher who was then beheaded on a Paris street should be tried for murder.
Why immigrate to France where free speech/expression is a cherished value?
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Thousands rally in Paris in protest at murder of teacher Samuel Paty by refugee Islamist terrorist, 18, who FILMED moment he beheaded him for showing pupils cartoons of Prophet Mohammed and then posted grisly clip online
- French prime minister joins thousands of demonstrators in Paris for ‘I am Samuel’ tribute to murdered teacher
- Aboulakh Anzorov, 18, shared a video and photos of the severed head of Samuel Paty after brutal attack
- Mr Paty, 47, had received threats before he was stabbed and beheaded by Chechen Islamist Anzorov
- Investigations are focusing on a parent who denounced Mr Paty online and gave details of the school
- Anzorov has links to ISIS and his half-sister travelled to Syria in 2014 to fight for the terrorist organisation
- Ten people have been arrested, including two parents who disapproved of showing of Prophet cartoons
By Jack Newman, jack Wright, and Peter Allen in Paris, Mail Online, 1|Some held placards reading ‘I am Samuel’ that echoed the ‘I am Charlie’ rallying cry after the 2015 attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which published caricatures of Mohammed.A moment’s silence was observed across the square, broken by applause and a rendition of La Marseillaise, the French national anthem. Others recited: ‘Freedom of expression, freedom to teach.’Demonstrators also gathered in major cities including Lyon, Toulouse, Strasbourg, Nantes, Marseille, Lille and Bordeaux.It has been revealed that Islamist terrorist Anzorov filmed himself killing and then beheading Paty outside the gates of his school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine before sharing a video of the victim’s severed head to fellow ISIS supporters.It has also been revealed the half-sister of the Russian-born killer travelled to Syria to join ISIS in 2014 and was the subject of an anti-terror investigation.Investigations are focusing on Brahim Chnina, father of a 13-year-old girl in Paty’s class, who denounced the teacher online and gave details of the school. He has since been arrested.Branding Mr Paty a thug in a video posted on Twitter sometime in the last week, he asked the community to complain about the teacher’s behaviour. The killer is presumed to have seen the video and acted upon it.
Demonstrators have gathered in several French cities to support freedom of speech after history teacher Samuel Paty was brutally murdered by an Islamic extremist for showing his class caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed.Several people held signs reading ‘Je suis Prof, Je suis Samuel’ to echo the ‘I am Charlie’ rallying cry after the 2015 attack on satirical newspaper Charlie HebdoThousands gathered in Place de la Reublique to pay tribute to a history teacher who was brutally murdered by an Islamic extremist for showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to his classTeacher Samuel Paty (pictured) was beheaded in Paris on Friday after he shared cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in class. His killer shared a video of the victim’s severed head onlineSome placed placards outside Paty’s school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine reading ‘I am Samuel’ that echoed the ‘I am Charlie’ rallying cry after the 2015 attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which published caricatures of Mohammed
A moment’s silence was observed across the square, broken by applause and a rendition of La Marseillaise, the French national anthem. Pictured: A child holds up a poster of Samuel Paty that reads ‘Je suis prof’, ‘I’m a teacher’A protester in the French capital holds aloft a placard which reads ‘they won’t decapitate the Republic’ in the wake of the brutal attackAfter the killing, Anzorov himself shared pictures and videos online with Chechen ISIS Telegram channels, and also denounced Emmanuel Macron as the ‘leader of the infidels’.The killer’s uncle told French television: ‘He was a child. He was only 18. If he were still alive, I would have asked him: ‘Why did you do that? What was going on your head?’ He must have been influenced by someone.’Meanwhile the prosecutor leading the investigation, Jean-François Ricard, said that the suspect, who had been granted a 10-year residency as a refugee in March and was not known to intelligence services, had been armed with a knife and an airsoft gun, which fires plastic pellets.
It emerged yesterday that Anzorov asked pupils at the French school to point out the teacher who had shared a Charlie Hebdo cartoon of the Prophet nude before targeting him.
Mr Paty had received threats after showing the cartoon during a class on freedom of speech about 10 days ago.The teacher had invited Muslim students to leave the room before showing the caricature. Muslims believe that any depiction of the Prophet is blasphemous.A father of a 13-year-old pupil at the secondary school in middle-class Conflans-Sainte-Honorine said Mr Paty had told any Muslim students to leave because the cartoon would likely cause offence.However, one pupil stayed behind by mistake, and later told her Muslim parents. They filed a complaint against the teacher and held a meeting with Mr Paty, the school principal and an official from the education authority.
Investigations are focusing on Brahim Chnina (pictured), father of a 13-year-old girl in Paty’s class, who denounced the teacher online and gave details of the school. He has since been arrestedA picture of a body lying in the middle of the road was shared online before French anti-terror prosecutors confirmed they were investigating an assault in which a man was decapitated on the outskirts of ParisDemonstrators held aloft posters declaring: ‘No to totalitarianism of thought’ and ‘I am a teacher’, while some chanted ‘Je Suis Samuel’, echoing the ‘Je Suis Charlie’ cry following the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks
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