Several Handed Over To French Authorities After Anti-Terror Advocate, School Teacher Beheaded

Terror has become a prevalent and widely debated Issue In Europe as massive waves of unvetted migrants pour into the country and globalist leaders move to cover up any crime committed by these individuals as a means of defending their policy decisions. Recently movements have started up across Europe to push back against the threat of terror, one of the individuals helping to lead that charge was a French school teacher who joined an anti-terror political group and showed his classroom Charlie Hebdo comics. As a consequence of these actions, an Islamic French Cleric declared a Fatwa on the teacher and someone would carry out an attack on him. The teacher was beheaded just outside of his workplace on October the 18th. More from Reuters: 


Samuel Paty’s attacker, a teenager of Chechen origin, had wanted to avenge the teacher’s use of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in a class on freedom of expression for 13-year-olds. Muslims see any depiction of the Prophet as blasphemous.


In a nationally televised memorial service presided over by Macron, Paty’s coffin was carried into the courtyard of Sorbonne university in Paris to the soundtrack of the U2 song “One”. Atop the casket lay Paty’s Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest decoration that was awarded posthumously to the slain teacher.


“He was killed precisely because he incarnated the Republic,” a visibly emotional Macron said. “He was killed because the Islamists want our future. They know that with quiet heroes like him, they will never have it.”


Abdullakh Anzorov decapitated Paty with a large knife on a street in a middle-class Paris suburb in broad daylight last Friday in a killing officials called an attack on French values. Police shot dead the 18-year-old soon afterwards.


French Authorities have arrested several in recent days as an effort to combat terror; many saw this recent killing as a step too far. The future of Europe is unclear, but it looks like in France at least some officials are making an effort. 


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