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Tunjuk karikatur Nabi Muhammad, guru dipenggal di Perancis
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PARIS: Seorang guru dipenggal lehernya di luar sebuah sekolah selepas memaparkan kartun yang merujuk sebagai Nabi Muhammad, semalam.

Serangan dilaporkan berlaku di kawasan barat daya 30 kilometer dari bandar ini pada jam 5 petang waktu tempatan berhampiran sekolah tempat guru terbabit mengajar di Conflas Saint-Honorine.

Kawasan kejadian ditutup dan unit pengesan bom turut dihantar ke lokasi kerana suspek dilihat memakai jaket dipercayai mengandungi bahan letupan.

Polis berkata, mangsa adalah guru sejarah yang dilaporkan memaparkan kartun dikatakan wajah Nabi Muhammad untuk dibincangkan di dalam kelas ketika mengajar kebebasan mengeluarkan pendapat.


Pelakunya yang identiti belum dikenal pasti ditembak polis ketika cuba ditahan dan maut akibat tembakan.

Sumber polis melaporkan penyerang melaungkan 'Allahu Akbar' ketika cuba ditahan polis.

Sementara itu, seorang ibu bapa murid di sekolah itu mendakwa guru terbabit mungkin menimbulkan kontroversi dengan meminta murid beragama Islam meninggalkan kelas sebelum menunjukkan kartun.

"Menurut anak saya, dia sangat baik dan ramah," kata ibu bapa, Nordine Chaouadi.

"Guru itu hanya berkata kepada murid beragama Islam - "Tinggalkan kelas, saya tidak mahu ia menyakitkan perasaan anda". Itulah yang diberitahu oleh anak saya," katanya.

Pendakwa anti-keganasan Perancis berkata, mereka menyifatkan serangan itu sebagai 'pembunuhan yang berkaitan dengan organisasi pengganas'.

Presiden Emmanuel Macron menyifatkan insiden menimpa guru terbabit sebagai serangan pengganas Islam. - AFP
 
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Itulah barat dia jer yg betol padahal dia start buat perangai dulu.
 

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aku tak setuju pun kalau betul ade org "islam" yg buat keja ni

menyusahkan org islam yg lain je nanti .. skrg nak pakai tudung dkt public pun susah kt sana

tp aku suspicious gak dengan issue ni, diorang ni mmg bangsa penjajah juga dari dulu, boleh jadi saje nak buat covert operation sbb nak join atau start agression dgn negara lain konon sama dgn tektik polis dunia.. pre emptive strike first

diorang nak keep the public hates certain group of people.. alah, negara lain ade yg sanggup bunuh org sendiri kot :p
 

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Teringat kata2 arwah Nik Aziz
Org kapir menghina islam, kita kene maapkan kerana mereka kapir tak tau apa2

Yg kita kene lawan ialah org islam yg menentang islam sendiri
 

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Egypt’s grand mufti condemns killing of Paris teacher after showing cartoons of Prophet Mohamed

Allam stressed the need to deal with the incident as a crime of an individual to prevent the spread of hate speech against Muslim people


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French CRS police officers stand as adults and children gather in front of flowers displayed at the entrance of a middle school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, 30kms northwest of Paris, on October 17, 2020, after a teacher was decapitated by an attacker who has been shot dead by policemen. - The man suspected of beheading on October 16 ,2020 a French teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the prophet Mohammed was an 18-year-old born in Moscow and originating from Russia's southern region of Chechnya, a judicial source said on October 17. Five more people have been detained over the murder on October 16 ,2020. AFP

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Egypt’s Grand Mufti Shawki Allam denounced the killing of a school teacher on Friday in Paris, after he had reportedly showed caricatures of Prophet Mohamed, describing it as a “terrorist act.”
The attacker, an 18-year-old Chechen, decapitated the history teacher at Éragny-sur-Oise suburb, northwest of Paris, and was shot by police near the area, said the police, with no official confirmation of a motive.
The French president called the incident an “Islamist terrorist attack” against the teacher who taught children freedom of expression.
Allam said “this crime is categorically rejected by Islam and this act cannot be justified, because Islam has called for the protection of lives.”
He called on the French government to not hold Islam and Muslims accountable for a “criminal act by an extremist,” stressing the need to deal with the incident as a crime of an individual, in order to prevent the spread of hate speech against Muslim people.
“God Almighty has ordered his prophet -- peace be upon him -- to invite [all people] to the way of his God with wisdom and good instruction, not with murder and bloodshed as is being done by extremists and terrorists,” Allam added.
The mufti also called for activating hate speech-related laws, as a “deterrent” to anyone abusing others due to religion, race or gender.
France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation into the incident, with a suspected terrorist motive, AP reported.
The attacker was shot dead by police after refusing to put down his arms, a knife and an airsoft gun, a police official said.
The Friday attack comes more than a month after an 18-year-old man from Pakistan allegedly stabbed two people with a meat cleaver outside the former offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo newspaper known to publish cartoons insulting Islam and its prophet. The suspect was arrested.
Earlier in October, President Emmanuel Macron gave controversial remarks vowing to fight what he called “Islamic separatism” and to send a bill to parliament early next year imposing further restrictions on Muslim people in the country.
Macron’s remarks have been condemned by Egypt’s top religious authority, Al Azhar, as an “explicit call for racism and hate.”
 

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French police crackdown on Islamist networks after teacher’s beheading
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Police officers gather outside a high school after a teacher was beheaded in Conflans-Saint-Honorine last week. (AP pic)
PARIS: French police on Monday launched a series of raids targeting Islamist networks, three days after the beheading of a history teacher who had shown his pupils a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed.

Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin vowed there would be “not a minute’s respite for enemies of the Republic”, after tens of thousands took part in rallies countrywide on Sunday to honour teacher Samuel Paty and defend freedom of expression.

Fifteen people have been detained so far, including four pupils who may have helped the killer – an 18-year-old of Chechen origin who was killed by police – to identify the teacher in return for payment.

Law enforcement carried out 40 raids on Monday, mostly around Paris, with many more planned.

“We want to harass and destabilise this movement in a very determined way,” one ministry source said.

Darmanin said the government would also tighten its grip on institutions and charities with suspected links to Islamist networks.

Free speech debate

Paty, 47, was attacked on his way home from the junior high school where he taught in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, 40km northwest of Paris.

A photo of the teacher and a message confessing to his murder was found on the mobile phone of his killer, Abdullakh Anzorov, who arrived in France with his family from the predominantly Muslim Russian region of Chechnya more than a decade ago.

Four members of the killer’s family are among those detained by the police.

The killing has drawn parallels with the 2015 massacre at Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine, where 12 people, including cartoonists, were gunned down for publishing cartoons of Mohammed.

Paty had shown his civics class one of the controversial cartoons after first giving Muslim children the option to leave the classroom.

But the lesson nonetheless caused uproar.

The father of one of Paty’s pupils launched an online campaign against the teacher and has now been arrested along with a known Islamist radical.

Darmanin accused the pair of in effect issuing a “fatwa” against Paty.

Officials named two groups they would target for closure – the Collective Against Islamophobia in France that claims to monitor attacks against Muslims and BarakaCity, which describes itself as a humanitarian organisation.

In a social media post, BarakaCity accused Darmanin of “going mad” and said he was taking advantage of a tragedy.

Darmanin also ordered the closure of a mosque in the Parisian suburb of Pantin, accusing its imam of encouraging intimidation of the teacher and publicising the address of the school.

Meanwhile, Paris prosecutors said they had opened an investigation into a French neo-Nazi website hosted abroad that republished the photo of Paty’s decapitated corpse posted to Twitter by the killer.

Can’t give in to fear

French teachers have long complained of tensions around religion and identity spilling over into the classroom.

One education expert warned Monday that the murder might deter teachers from tackling touchy topics in future.

“There’s a huge amount of self-censorship,” said Jean-Pierre Obin, a former inspector for the French education system. “We must fear that there will now be more.”

But Jonathan Renoir, a 26-year old history teacher at a junior high school in Cergy near Paris, said: “We can’t give in to fear, we must continue to talk about controversial things in class.”

Emotions were still running high outside Paty’s school on Monday, where Muslim leaders gathered to offer condolences and distance their religion from the atrocity.

“It is very important to come here to show our sorrow, to show that what happened here is not Islam. It was done by thugs who have nothing to do with Islam,” said Kemadou Gassama, an imam in Paris.

And the political temperature was also rising, with President Emmanuel Macron launching the anti-Islamist effort by promising that “fear is about to change sides”.

Far-right National Rally leader Marine Le Pen – likely to face Macron in a 2022 presidential election – called for “wartime legislation” and an immediate moratorium on immigration.

Paty’s beheading was the second knife attack since a trial started last month over the Charlie Hebdo killings.

The magazine republished the cartoons in the run-up to the trial, and last month a young Pakistani man wounded two people with a meat cleaver outside the publication’s former office.
 

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Rakyat Perancis ikrar solidariti
Paris: Puluhan ribu orang berarak di bandar utama di Perancis sebagai tanda solidariti terhadap seorang guru yang maut dipenggal kerana menunjukkan kartun yang didakwa Nabi Muhammad SAW.

Peserta tunjuk perasaan yang berhimpun di Place de la Republique memegang poster: 'Tidak kepada pemikiran totalitarianisme' dan 'Saya adalah guru.'

'Kamu tidak akan takutkan kami. Kami tidak gentar. Kamu tidak akan memecah-belahkan kami. Kami adalah warga Perancis!' tulis Perdana Menteri Jean Castex yang menyertai demonstrasi berkenaan.


Castex diiringi oleh Menteri Pendidikan, Jean-Michel Blanquer; Datuk Bandar Paris Anne Hidalgo dan Menteri Muda Dalam Negeri Marlene Schiappa.

Demonstrasi itu turut disertai oleh ahli politik dari parti utama.

Sebahagian daripada penunjuk perasaan melaungkan I am Samuel merujuk kepada nama guru yang terbunuh dalam insiden itu iaitu Samuel Paty, 47.

Selain itu, ada antaranya yang bertepuk tangan sambil ada ada yang melaungkan: "Kebebasan bersuara, kebebasan untuk mengajar."

Media melaporkan mangsa dipenggal di luar sekolah dekat Conflans Saint-Honorine, kira-kira jam 5 petang waktu tempatan, Jumaat lalu.

Guru guru sejarah berkenaan menunjukkan kartun Nabi Muhammad sebagai bahan perbincangan mengenai kebebasan bersuara.

Susulan kejadian, pihak berkuasa menahan seorang remaja lelaki kelahiran Moscow dan berasal dari Chechnya yang dipercayai suspek utama.

Selain itu, lima lagi individu termasuk ibu bapa kepada seorang pelajar di sekolah guru berkenaan berkhidmat.

Ia sekali gus menjadikan jumlah mereka yang diberkas sehingga kini ialah seramai sembilan orang.

Perancis sebelum ini mencatatkan beberapa siri keganasan sejak serangan pada 2015 yang menyasarkan pejabat penerbitan majalah sensasi, Charlie Hebdo dan pasar raya Yahudi.
 

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murid berdosa tak ning?
 
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