According to the French National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor’s Office, the victim was a teacher at a secondary school in the Conference-Saint-Honorin area. The alleged Moscow-born attacker was shot dead by police in Iragni on Friday afternoon, the same area where the victim’s body was found. Judicial sources added that nine people have been taken in for questioning in connection with the attack, including the man’s parents, grandfather and brother.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the teachers were “victims of Islamist attacks.” Speaking at the scene of the attack, Moron Crowe said the teacher was killed because he was teaching students freedom of speech, freedom of belief and belief.
Nordin Choudhury, a parent of a student at the school, told the agency France-Presse that the men took Muslim children out of the classroom before showing sarcasm. “My son told me it was just to save them, it was pure mercy, because he showed the strategy of the Prophet of Islam and simply told the Muslim children: ‘Go out, I don’t want it to hurt your feelings,’ my son told me. Has said, ‘he said.
Police have provided some other details about the attacker, the victim or the incident. The office of the anti-terrorism prosecutor, who is investigating the attack, has not spoken publicly about its motives.
Home Secretary Gerald Dermamin said on Twitter that he was “directly informing himself” of the situation he had opened from the emergency room in contact with the president and prime minister of the republic.
Education Minister Jean-Michel Blancover called the attack “a heinous murder of one of his servants, a teacher,” and said his thoughts were with the victim’s family.
Friday’s attack is a trial related to a series of January 2015 terrorist attacks that began with the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Fees following the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.