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World Police arrest nine after teacher beheaded in Paris suburb

16:15  17 october  2020
16:15  17 october  2020 Source:   aljazeera.com

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CONFLANS-SAINTE-HONORINE, France, Oct 17 (Reuters) - French police were questioning nine people in custody on Saturday after a suspected Islamist sympathiser beheaded a school teacher in broad daylight on the street in a Paris suburb , police sources said.

The man suspected of beheading a French teacher who had shown pupils cartoons of the prophet Mohammed was French police officers stand guard a street in Eragny on October 16, 2020, where an attacker was shot dead Five new people were detained, bringing to nine the total number under arrest over the terrorist probe. France opens terror probe after teacher beheaded in Paris suburb .

The French police have arrested nine people after a suspect beheaded a school teacher in broad daylight on the street in a Paris suburb on Friday, police sources said.

a man wearing a military uniform: French police officers stand as adults and children gather in front of flowers displayed at the entrance of a middle school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine [Bertrand Guay/AFP] © French police officers stand as adults and children gather in front of flowers displayed at the entr... French police officers stand as adults and children gather in front of flowers displayed at the entrance of a middle school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine [Bertrand Guay/AFP]

Samuel Paty, who had recently shown students cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, was beheaded outside his school.

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The teacher killed in a Paris suburb reportedly showed his pupils cartoons of the Prophet French President Emmanuel Macron has called the beheading of a teacher in a north-western suburb of The knife-wielding attacker was shot as officers tried to arrest him in the aftermath of the attack.

A teacher was beheaded on a street near Paris on Friday afternoon after hosting a class discussion with secondary school students about cartoons of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. The suspected killer, who was armed with a knife and a plastic pellet gun, was later shot dead by officers in a nearby town

Police shot the attacker dead minutes after he murdered the 47-year-old history teacher.

Paty had earlier this month shown his pupils cartoons of the prophet in a civics class on the freedom of expression, angering a number of Muslim parents.

Muslims believe that any depiction of the prophet is blasphemous.

The killing was described by French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday as a “terrorist attack”.

Prime Minister Jean Castex said: “I want to share with you my total indignation. Secularism, the backbone of the French Republic, was targeted in this vile act.”

Four relatives of the attacker, including a minor, were detained in the immediate aftermath of the attack in the middle-class suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine. Five more were detained overnight, among them two parents of pupils at the College du Bois d’Aulne where the teacher was employed.

Tribute planned for beheaded teacher in France; 11th person arrested

  Tribute planned for beheaded teacher in France; 11th person arrested Tribute planned for beheaded teacher in France; 11th person arrestedSatirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, whose offices were attacked in a mass killing five years ago, was among groups organising a tribute to Paty in Paris in the afternoon.

Police attend the scene in a suburb of Paris where the teacher was found decapitated. The victim was a teacher at a secondary school in the Conflans-Sainte-Honorine area, according to the Nine individuals have been taken in for questioning in relation to the attack, including the suspect's parents

FRENCH police have shot dead a man who minutes earlier had reportedly beheaded a school teacher in a suspected terror attack in a suburb of Paris . France terror attack: A man has been beheaded in Paris , France (Image: BFMTV.COM). The police spokesman said this information was being checked.

‘Barbarity’

Parents of pupils laid flowers at the school gate. Some said their children were distraught.

“[My daughter] is in pieces, terrorised by the violence of such an act. How will I explain to her the unthinkable?” one father wrote on Twitter.

Muslim leaders condemned the killing, which many public figures perceived as an attack on the essence of French statehood and its values of secularism, freedom of worship and freedom of expression.

Tareq Oubrou, the imam of a Bordeaux mosque, said of the killing: “It is not a civilisation that kills an innocent person, it is barbarity.”

“Every day that passes without incident we give thanks,” he said. “We are between hammer and anvil. It attacks the republic, society, peace and the very essence of religion, which is about togetherness.”

France has over the past several years seen a series of violent attacks, including bombings and shootings in November 2015 at the Bataclan theatre and sites around Paris that killed 130 people.

Late last month, a man, who emigrated to France from Pakistan, used a meat cleaver to attack and wound two people outside the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

That was the spot where armed men gunned down employees of the magazine five years ago in retaliation for the magazine’s publication of cartoons of the prophet.

The issue of the cartoons was revived last month when Charlie Hebdo decided to republish them to coincide with the start of the trial of accomplices in the 2015 attack.

France’s Macron leads tributes to beheaded teacher .
Samuel Paty was attacked after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in class. His killer, 18-year-old Abdullakh Anzorov, was shot dead by police. Speaking at a televised memorial service on Wednesday, Mr Macron told viewers that France "will not give up our cartoons". The service was attended by the teacher's family and some 400 guests. The coffin was brought into the ceremony on the shoulders of a guard of honour and to the sound of the song "One" by the rock group U2. On top of the casket was Mr Paty's Legion d'Honneur, France's highest honour. It was posthumously awarded to Mr Paty.

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