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Four more children are charged over French teacher’s beheading: Group includes daughter of man who launched campaign against Samuel Paty for showing Mohammed cartoons

  • Four more charged over beheading of teacher Samuel Paty in Paris last month
  • Three – aged 13 and 14 – are accused of pointing the teacher out to his killer
  • Fourth is the daughter of Brahim Chnina, who led the campaign against Paty
  • She is accused of lying about seeing him showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to students, after it emerged she did not attend his lessons

By Afp and Chris Pleasance for MailOnline, 26 November 2020

Four more people – all of them teenage students – have been charged in connection with the brutal murder of teacher Samuel Paty in France last month.

Three of the four students have been charged with identifying Paty to 18-year-old Chechen Abdullakh Anzorov, who beheaded him before being shot dead by police.

The fourth is the daughter of Brahim Chnina, leader of a campaign against Paty, who claimed to have been in class when he showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed but is now charged with lying after it emerged she did not attend his lessons.

Four more teenagers have been charged over the murder of French teacher Samuel Paty, including the daughter of a man who led an online campaign against him

he trio suspected of identifying Paty to his killer – aged between 13 and 14 – have been charged with ‘complicity in terrorist murder’, judicial sources said. Chnina’s daughter is charged with ‘slanderous denunciation.’

Seven people were initially charged after the attack near Paris on October 16, including Chnina who prosecutors say communicated with Anzorov via WhatsApp in the days leading up to the killing.

Two teenagers – aged 14 and 15 – were also among the those charged for being part of a group who shared £300 offered by the killer to help identify Paty.

The pair allegedly stayed with Anzorov for more than two hours waiting for the 47-year-old father of one to leave the school.

Prosecutors said Anzorov told the children that he wanted to ‘humiliate and strike’ Paty over the cartoons, which are seen as offensive by Muslims.

Paty’s killing caused outrage in France and prompted Emmanuel Macron to take a toughened stance against Islamic extremism

Anzorov is also thought to have sent them a video just a few moments before the killing, showing himself holding a knife and a gun.

A short time later, he send a message that read: ‘Say prayers for me, I will go through trials today and I hope that thanks to Allah’s help I will succeed

Earlier this month, three more teenagers – aged between 17 and 18 – were arrested in connection with the probe

Prosecutors are understood to suspect them of ‘criminal association’ with Anzorov, though have not yet charged them.

Paty was beheaded outside the gates of the college where he taught in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, north of Paris, last month.

The killing came after an online campaign led by Muslim parents who were angry at Paty for showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to students.

Paty had shown the cartoons – previously printed in magazine Charlie Hebdo – to pupils as part of a lesson on free speech.

Macron’s posturing in turn sparked protests across the Islamic world, amid calls for a boycott on French products including food and makeup

It is understood that he asked Muslim pupils to leave the room before the images were shown to try and avoid causing offence.

The death sparked outrage in France and led President Emmanuel Macron to adopt a tough new line on Islamic extremism, vowing to ‘never give up’ the cartoons.

In turn, that sparked demonstrations across the Muslim world amid calls for a boycott of French products.

Inspired by the demonstrations, another terrorist killed three before being shot dead in an attack on a church in Nice.

European leaders have rallied around Macron, vowing to defend his liberal ideals, while Islamic leaders – Turkey’s President Erdogan and Pakistan’s Imran Khan chief among them – have accused him of being Islamophobic.

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