British Muslim Shares Thoughts on France Teacher Attack

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The murder of a French teacher, Samuel Paty, for teaching a class in which he referred to caricatures of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), has once again shown how the pluralistic values of Islam have been lost to the whims of a foolish, emotional, and irrational individual.


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The 18-year-old murderer Abdoulakh A was born in Moscow and came to France as a refugee.

He had no connection with the teacher or the school, and it is reported that he chanted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he murdered the teacher.

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A bearded French Muslim man, a parent, who did have a connection with the school, and who did know the teacher, spoke to Sky News in the UK just after the incident:

“My son who is Muslim, who sat in his class, he was disgusted. He was very disappointed (at the murder). He told me this was a teacher he liked. A very nice, a very pleasant teacher. Not Islamaphobic, or whatever.”

It is important to point out that no one at the school, none of the children had an issue with the teacher or the subject.

While many may be upset and even offended at depicting Prophet Muhammad in a negative way, it was not a French-born and raised Muslim who behaved criminally. This is important to stress as French Muslims suffer unjust backlashes every time something like this happens.

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