In her checkered notebook, Célia (1), 13, carefully noted her course on press freedom. In red pen, student of 4e 5 wrote: “Situation dilemma: to be Charlie or not to be Charlie.” This Monday, October 5, Samuel Paty, professor of history and geography at the Collège du Bois-d’Aulne in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines), chose to raise the delicate debate on the limits of freedom of expression , a course in the moral and civic education program, taking the example of Charlie Hebdo. The teacher shows his class caricatures of the satirical weekly and in particular those of the prophet of Islam, Muhammad. The next day he will do the same with the class of 4e 4. This is the starting point of a terrible cycle that seems to have led to the death, Friday, October 16, of this 47-year-old teacher, beheaded near his establishment, by Abdoullakh Abouyezidovich A. Release traces the genesis of this drama in which simple misunderstandings mingle
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