Disputed Cartoons Of Prophet Being Shown On Walls Of Cities After Teacher’s Head Cut Off In France

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Paris:- In France, people are growing in the country after a teacher was beheaded in a cartoon controversy of Prophet Mohammad Saheb. The disputed cartoon of the Prophet made by Charley Heb2 on the walls of several hotels is being shown on the project to pay homage to the departed teacher in the French city of Montpellier and Taurus. Not only that, large-scale armed police have been deployed in the city to protect it.

Carol Della, president of the French Ossitnei region, announced the cartoon on Twitter on Wednesday. He said that the teacher will be shown to pay homage to Samuel Patty. Earlier, on October 16, while teaching the text of freedom of expression in France, Samuel Patty’s Chechen-origin Islamic terrorist was strangled and murdered when he showed his students a cartoon of Mohammad Saheb.

‘No compromise with freedom of expression’

Delgai defended his decision and supported the cartoon being shown. He said that this is a “strong step” which reflects the values of our Republic. “Apart from this symbolic step, I would like to convey to my fellow citizens that there will be no compromise with secularism, freedom of expression, and freedom of conscience,” said Delga. This is the life of the model of our Republic. ‘

Delgai said that there is no weakening of the enemies of democracy. They do not have to be weakened by those who use dharma as a weapon of war. People who have a political purpose to ruin this Republic. Cartoons of prominent people of Jesus Christ and other religions are also being shown on hotels in France. Earlier in the year 2015, France had grown very organically with two cartoons and 12 people died.

Meanwhile, the French government is also in action to eradicate Islamic fundamentalism from the country. Police and law enforcement agencies are continuously conducting raids across the country. A large number of suspicious persons have also been taken into custody. Meanwhile, the French government has also announced a ban on an Islamic group. French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Wednesday that an Islamist group named after the Palestinian leader Sheikh Yasin has been banned after the killing of a school teacher.

Debate over religious freedom in France

He said it is a battle over security, culture, and education. The banned group has been named after the Palestinian Muslim leader and hamas movement co-founder Sheikh Yassin. He was murdered in 2004. Hamas, a terrorist organization operating in Palestine, has denied any links with the French group. After the teacher was strangled and murdered, France has once again sparked a debate on religious freedom.

President Emmanuel Macron termed it as a killing of history. He said that the terrorist has attacked the Republic of the country. He swore that these people would not be able to divide France. Since then, raids were launched against religious fundamentalism across the country. On October 16, while teaching the text of freedom of expression in France, a teacher was strangled and murdered by an Islamic terrorist when he showed his students a cartoon of Mohammad Saheb. It is claimed that the 18-year-old terrorist had made a slogan of Allahu-Akbar before attacking a teacher in history.

‘Fatwa was issued against the teacher’

French Home Minister Gerald Doormenin has said that the father of a school student and the famous Islamic militant had called for the murder of a gallows teacher. He said it appears that a fatwa was issued against the teacher. The terrorist is said to be a resident of Chechnya in Russia. Since then, the Russian intelligence agency and the police are also investigating the matter. Chechenya is a troubled area occupied by Russia. Where Islamic terrorists continue to fight guerrilla warfare with the Russian army on the day. A large number of Russian jawans are always deployed to establish peace in the region.

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