In France, open borders have claimed another life, as a terrorist beheaded a teacher in the street after the individual dared to teach about freedom of expression using cartoons of the Islamist leader.
A TERRORIST asked pupils to point out a teacher who showed Prophet Mohammed cartoons in class before beheading him in the street.
History and geography teacher Samuel Paty, 47, previously received death threats for producing the images in a lesson on freedom of expression.
The killer has been named as 18-year-old Aboulakh Anzorov – a Russian national of Chechen origin.
He had been granted a ten-year residency as a refugee in March and was not known to intelligence services.
The jihadi was shot dead by cops after severing his victim’s head with a kitchen knife in the Paris suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine on Friday.
Nine people – including members of the attacker’s family and parents of a child at the school – have been arrested.
Anzorov was believed to be furious children had been shown the Mohammed cartoon.
Mr Paty showed one of the illustrations in his civics class a month ago, which displayed the Prophet with a star on his naked bottom with the caption “a star is born”.
Anzorov asked pupils to point Mr Paty out before launching into the frenzied attack, a French anti-terrorism prosecutor today revealed.
The attacker is said to have shouted Allahu Akbar – meaning God is the greatest – as he carried out the bloody killing.
He then posted a graphic image of Mr Paty on social media alongside a threat in French to those who “insult” the prophet.
Anzorov wrote: “In the name of Allah, to Macron, the leader of the infidels, I executed one of your hellhounds who dared to belittle Muhammad (may peace be upon him).”
Authorities in France confirmed they are treating the attack as “murder linked to a terrorist organisation”.
Jean-Francois Ricard, France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor confirmed the attacker’s identity last night.
He said: “He enjoyed refugee status but had hidden his radical Islamism from the security services.”
He added that Anzorov was not previously known to the French police or security services.
Samuel had previously been “concerned for his safety” after receiving death threats, a colleague claimed.
He had reportedly invited Muslim pupils to leave the room before showing the cartoon around ten days ago as any depiction of the Prophet is seen as blasphemous.
But one student stayed behind and later told her parents, who filed a complaint against Samuel.
A video was then posted online branding the teacher a “thug” as the community was urged to complain about the lesson.
A colleague said: “Samuel had angered parents by showing a picture of a nude Prophet Mohammed to kids in his freedom of expression class, and there had been threats against him.”
The image was the same one published by satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015.
Al-Qaeda-linked gunman stormed the officers in Paris in response and slaughtered 12 people.
The gunmen were later killed by police as the hashtag “Je Suis Charlie” trended worldwide.
Charlie Hebdo has now tweeted following the attack.
They said: “Charlie Hebdo shares his feelings of horror and revolt after a teacher in the line of duty was murdered by a religious fanatic. We express our deepest support to his family, loved ones and all the teachers.
“Intolerance has just crossed a new threshold and does not seem to stop at nothing to impose its terror on our country. Only the determination of political power and the solidarity of all will defeat this fascist ideology.
“This filthy act mourns our democracy but must make us more combative than ever to defend our freedom.”
The bloodbath erupted when Samuel was discovered decapitated near the school – around 25 miles from Paris – yesterday.
The killer then fled to the nearby town of Eragny-sur-Oise, around two miles away, where he refused to surrender.
Terror cops confirmed they were investigating and were threatened with “weapons” as they swooped on the suspect.
Around ten shots rang out in the quiet suburb as he was gunned down and killed by cops.
Anti-terrorist prosecutors are investigating the attack and have linked it with radical Islamism.
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