French prosecutors said on Saturday that the 18-year-old man beheaded the head of a history teacher outside a school in France, where he taught students on the street to point the victims to prevent the tragic killing.
According to Reuters, anti-terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard said at a press conference that the Russian-born attacker also posted the teacher’s body on Twitter. A photo of him with a message stating that he had been killed.
The French police brought nine people to question the suspected Islamic sympathizer. He killed the 47-year-old teacher, Samuel Paty, in broad daylight outside Paris. It was apparently right to him. The classroom used the controversial image of the prophet Muhammad in revenge.
According to The Sun, Aboulakh A, who was born in Chechnya and was born in Moscow, fled the scene after killing Paty, but was hunted down and fatally shot when he used a pill gun against the police.
According to the Associated Press, of the nine people questioned were the grandparents, parents and 1
About 10 days ago, in a classroom discussion on freedom of speech, Paty showed some Mohammed cartoons published by the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, whose office was attacked and killed by gunmen linked to Al Qaeda in 2015. 12 people. 14 people were accused of being accomplices in the attack.
Although Paty allowed Muslim students to leave the classroom before the show, the use of cartoons angered many Muslim parents. Muslims believe that any description of the prophet is blasphemous. According to BBC reports, at least one parent complained to the school and Patty was threatened for several days.
A week ago, a man who said his daughter was a student of Paty posted a video in which he called on others to “work together and say’stop, don’t touch our children’.” I don’t know if the parent When questioned, or if the attacker saw the video.
On Saturday, heartbroken colleagues and students paid tribute to the popular teacher outside the school. Many people held white roses and slogans that read “Je Suis Enseignant”, which means “I am a teacher.”