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US News Nice attack: Bruno Retailleau points to the link between terrorism and "migratory disorder"

11:45  30 october  2020
11:45  30 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi said everything pointed to a " terrorist attack at the heart of the Notre-Dame basilica". Police said one woman had her throat cut in the attack and Mr Estrosi spoke of "islamofascism". The suspect was detained shortly after the attack .

On 29 October, three were murdered in a knife attack , one of them is said to have been beheaded, and many more were injured at the Notre Dame Basilica in the French city of Nice . International observers have discussed the growing terrorism threat

La droite a demandé un durcissement de l'arsenal législatif après l'attentat de Nice perpétré dans une basilique, jeudi matin. Bruno Retailleau, président du groupe Les Républicains au Sénat et interrogé par Europe 1, évoque une relation de cause à effet entre immigration, islamisation et attentats. © VALERY HACHE / AFP The right has called for a tightening of the legislative arsenal after the Nice attack perpetrated in a basilica on Thursday morning. Bruno Retailleau, president of the Les Républicains group in the Senate and questioned by Europe 1, evokes a cause and effect relationship between immigration, Islamization and attacks.

Four years after the attack on the Promenade des Anglais , Nice was again hit by an attack on Thursday. Three people were murdered in Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption basilica at the end of the morning. Faced with this macabre stuttering in history, the inhabitants are calling for measures. Just like several voices of the right-wing and far-right opposition, such as Marine Le Pen, Guillaume Peltier but also Bruno Retailleau, patron of the senators Les Républicains, who spoke at the microphone of Europe 1.

Macron asks Putin for a “strengthening” of anti-terrorism cooperation

 Macron asks Putin for a “strengthening” of anti-terrorism cooperation © Gerard Julien / Pool via REUTERS Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Poutine, at the fort of Bregançon, in the south of France, on August 19, 2019. The French president spoke on Tuesday to his Russian counterpart and "wished for a strengthening of Franco-Russian cooperation in the fight against terrorism and illegal immigration", after the assassination of Samuel Paty, on October 16, by a young Russian man of Chechen origin.

Having flown to Nice following the attacks , and visiting the basilica, Macron was sombre but defiant in his response on Thursday. “It is France that is “My second message is to … the people of Nice who have already suffered as a result of the Islamist terrorist folly. This is the third time terrorism has

The national anti- terrorist prosecutor has opened an investigation into “killings linked to a This is the third time terrorism has struck your city and you have the support and solidarity of the nation. A witness to the Nice attack , a man called David who runs a restaurant opposite the church, told

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According to the senator LR of Vendée, immigration in France is uncontrolled and would be at the origin of the series of Islamist attacks which currently strikes France. "The Villeurbanne killer was an Afghan. The man with the chopper who attacked two journalists in front of the former Charlie Hebdo premises was a Pakistani fake miner. Then, the one who beheaded Samuel Paty was also a Chechen", insists Bruno Retailleau. "The assailant in Nice is described to us as a Tunisian who had passed through Lampedusa."

The government summoned to respond

The alleged perpetrator of the attack is indeed a 21-year-old Tunisian , identified by a document from the Italian Red Cross. According to the first investigations, he arrived in Europe via the Italian island of Lampedusa on September 20, before landing on the mainland in Bari on October 9, explained the anti-terrorism prosecutor, Jean-François Ricard.

For Bruno Retailleau, "there is therefore a link between immigration that we no longer control in France and Islamization. Things are clear." He questions the government's desire to put an end to what he perceives as a disruption of immigration flows: "Does he want to put an end to it? He will not end the attacks if he does not put an end to this disorder migratory. "

Attack in Nice: Seriously injured, the Tunisian author of the attack being transferred to a Parisian hospital .
This news responds, according to Eric Ciotti, to the request of "the medical community" © Laurent VU / SIPA Des police forces in front of the Nice cathedral where the attack took place, Thursday, October 29 TERRORISM - This news responds, according to Eric Ciotti, to the request of "the medical community" The deputy of Alpes-Maritimes had some made the request a little earlier in the week.

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