“A fatwa has been launched” against the beheaded professor, said Monday morning, on Europe 1, the minister of the Interior. More than revealing an element of the investigation, Gérald Darmanin seemed to give his feeling on the gear which led to the death of Samuel Paty: “They obviously launched a fatwa against the professor”, he estimated, in evoking among the eleven people still in police custody, the father and the Islamist preacher who accompanied him in his proceedings against the professor, both having posted a video online to express their anger at a professor qualified as “thug “.
The minister said he felt “a lot of disgust” at the announcement of the beheading of the teacher of history and geography. “It made me want to throw up. How can you do that on Republican soil to a professor? », He confided.
The Minister of the Interior also announced that police operations had been carried out since dawn against “dozens of individuals” of the Islamist movement and that they would continue in the coming days. These would be both actions launched as part of the action plan against Islamist separatism, after Emmanuel Macron’s speech, and investigations collateral to the Conflans attack.
Since Friday, around fifty investigations have also been opened for online hatred and arrests have taken place, added the minister, affirming that he wants to dissolve several associations including the Collective against Islamophobia in France (CCIF) and BarakaCity.
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