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World Tunisia: a deputy justifies the beheading of Samuel Paty, an open investigation

19:40  19 october  2020
19:40  19 october  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

Raphaël Enthoven descends Ségolène Royal after his tweet on the assassination of Samuel Paty, the decapitated professor

 Raphaël Enthoven descends Ségolène Royal after his tweet on the assassination of Samuel Paty, the decapitated professor © Abaca Raphaël Enthoven descends Ségolène Royal after his tweet on the assassination of Samuel Paty, the beheaded professor Ségolène Royal joined the Internet users to denounce the assassination of Samuel Paty, professor of history and geography beheaded on Friday, October 16. By using the word “aggression” instead of “beheading”, the politician has been strongly criticized by Raphaël Enthoven. Samuel Paty was a professor of history and geography.

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Le député islamiste Rached Khiari à l’Assemblée tunisienne en décembre dernier. © AFP / FETHI BELAID. Islamist deputy Rached Khiari at the Tunisian Assembly last December.

The police in Tunisia opened an investigation after remarks by an independent deputy who justified the beheading of the French teacher from Conflans by believing that it was necessary to "assume" the fallout of any "attack on the prophet".

On Friday, teacher Samuel Paty, 47, who showed his teenage students caricatures of the Prophet of Islam Muhammad during a free speech class, was killed as he left his college near of Paris, an attack which aroused emotion and fear in France.

The next day, Rached Khiari, independent Tunisian deputy, elected under the banner of the Islamist movement Karama, member of the government coalition, estimated on his Facebook page that “any attack on the Prophet Muhammad is the greatest of crimes. All those who commit it, whether it is a State or a group of individuals, must assume its consequences and repercussions ”.

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  ‘We are not afraid’: France rallies after teacher beheaded Leading politicians join crowds in Paris, as country mobilises in support of 47-year-old who was killed outside school.Samuel Paty was killed on Friday, after he had discussed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad with students during a civics class.

French teacher Samuel Paty , who was brutally murdered near Paris on Friday, had his private details exposed on social media last week, after a parent complained he’d shown “naked man” cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed Samuel Paty was killed and beheaded in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine on Friday.

Muslim organisations are being investigated too after the beheading of French teacher Samuel Paty . French police have raided the homes of dozens of suspected Islamic radicals following the beheading of a teacher who showed controversial cartoons of Prophet Muhammad to his pupils.

Ready to relinquish his parliamentary immunity

These comments were criticized by some Internet users but welcomed by others. They also led to the cancellation of the broadcast of a program in which Rached Khiari was speaking on a private Tunisian channel. The MP said he was ready to give up his parliamentary immunity.

No judicial investigation has been opened for the moment, but the judicial pole "has charged a brigade specializing in terrorism cases to investigate the content of the post" on Facebook, said Monday Mohsen Dali, deputy prosecutor general at the Tunis court of first instance.

This brigade will then have to transmit the results of the preliminary investigation to the public prosecutor's office which “will take the appropriate measures”, he specified.

Prime Minister's message of tolerance

On Saturday, Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi expressed to his French counterpart Jean Castex the "condolences" of the Tunisian people, during a telephone conversation.

Hichem Mechichi underlined that his country rejected “all forms of extremism and terrorism, which have nothing to do with Islam”, and underlined the need to “respect freedom of expression and belief”.

Seven charged over French teacher's beheading .
They include two students, a parent of a pupil and three of the killer's friends.Samuel Paty, 47, was targeted for showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his students.

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