The Tunisian anti-terrorism prosecution opened an investigation after the publication by the radical deputy Rached Khiari of a message justifying the beheading of the teacher in the Yvelines on Friday.
Rached Khiari, a Tunisian MP, posted a message on Facebook justifying the death of Samuel Paty, the teacher brutally murdered Friday in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, Yvelines, reported on Saturday The Atlas Courier. According to the TAP news agency, the Tunisian anti-terrorism prosecution has since opened an investigation.
“Assume the consequences”
Saturday morning, while France woke up to the shock of the beheading of one of its teachers in a “characterized Islamist attack” in the words of Emmanuel Macron, the Tunisian elected Rached Khiari published a message on his page Facebook, claiming:
“Undermining the Prophet of God is one of the greatest sins there is. Any man who is guilty of this must bear the consequences and the results, whether he is a state, an individual or a group of individuals. . “
The publication prompted a reaction, some supporting his words, others denouncing an apology for a terrorist act. In France too, several political figures, including MEP Nathalie Loiseau, expressed their dismay:
“This is what an accomplice of an assassin looks like. Don’t let anything go,” she said on Twitter.
Animation of an Islamist site
Always according to the Atlas Mail, this member is not his first attempt in this way. He has reportedly been prosecuted several times for defamation and until 2019 ran the Islamist news site “Al Sada”.
In late Saturday afternoon, the spokesperson for the Tunis court of first instance told TAP that the Tunisian anti-terrorism prosecution had opened an investigation into its publication.
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