Wed. Apr 21st, 2021

Thousands of people have taken part in rallies across France to express outrage at the beheading of a teacher in a suspected Islamist attack.

Samuel Paty was killed near Paris on Friday, after showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed during a lesson on freedom of speech.

Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson.

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5 thoughts on “Thousands join rallies across France in show of outrage at teacher’s beheading – BBC News”
  1. Every single person working at bbc should be dragged out of their mcmansions & posh flats, kicking & screaming & thrown into prisons for treason for supporting the destruction of their own country for so long!

  2. The killer had no right to kill the teacher, but disrespecting a religion by showing cartoons is also “wrong” and should be condemned. No doubt that killing is a far worse crime than disrespecting a religion, but let’s not ignore the fact that disrespecting a religion is also wrong.

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