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Fear of terrorism is the rise of the extreme right of France

France’s top counterparty prosecutor, Jean-François Ricard, said that it was a terrorist attack “words spoken by the attacker” at the time of the stabbing. He did not specifically confirm those reports that the attacker shouted “Allahu Akbar” or that God is great in Arabic.

The news agency, Agence France-Presse, reported that the attacker’s social media posts, identified only as Gemayel’s, were often devoted to denouncing Islamophobia in France and attacking prominent right-wing commentators, including Eric Zemore, author Are also included. The best-selling book “French Suicide”.

Until recently, those verses dominated Quranic verses. Six months ago, days after the death of a teacher Samuel Patty, who showed a cartoon of Prophet Mohammed on a speech to a class of free speech, the attackers joined a campaign called “Respect Mohammed, God of the Prophet,” the agency reported .

It was not clear, as an extensive police investigation began, whether the man living in Ramboillet acted alone. Several recent terrorist incidents include self-radicalized individuals who have worked hard to locate the French authorities.

President Emanuel Macron reacted to the assassination with a pledge to fight against “Islamist terrorism”. Prior to the murder, she promised in an interview with Le Figaro to recruit an additional 10,000 police officers and sex workers, a reflection of her determination to uphold the “right to a peaceful life”. This idiom was quickly mocked after being stabbed.

“A Peaceful Life, Emanuel Macron?” Guillaume Peltier of the Center-Right Republican wrote on Twitter, accusing the president of “unforgivable abandonment of courage and action”. For Ms. Le Pen, she was blunt: “France can no longer afford it.”