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Abdullakh Anzorov and a blurred image of the terrible fate of his victim. Photo: Instagram

Hamburg: Muslim students defend beheading of Samuel Paty

In the German city of Hamburg, many Muslim students defended the decapitation of the French teacher Samuel Paty and disrupted a tribute to him on the school grounds.

Published: December 13, 2020, 8:57 am

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    On October 16, an 18-year-old Chechen Abdullakh Anzorov beheaded the 47-year-old French history teacher Samuel Paty for showing caricatures in class critical of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. German tabloid Bild-Zeitung called it “A barbaric crime near Paris, in the heart of Europe”.

    Many people around the world were shocked and showed their sympathy. Minutes of silence were also observed in schools in Hamburg. But Muslim students refused to pay tribute to the teacher and defended the Islamic terrorist. A few young Muslims even disrupted the ceremonies held on school grounds.

    Several teachers who had seen the behavior of the Muslim students were at a loss. Ten teachers turned to the city-state’s teacher training institute and reported a need for advice.

    This institute has of course often demonstrated in the past that it has a great deal of understanding for “multiculturalism”.

    The CDU member of parliament, Dennis Gladiator, made a small request to the Hamburg Senate about the alarming events in Hamburg schools in order to obtain more information about the scandal. Apparently the school authorities have been trying to “explain” the behavior of young Muslims – to avoid conflict.

    The authority for schools and vocational training said in its answer to the CDU parliamentary group that in one case, students “felt harassed by the teachers after the minute’s silence and in the emotional situation defended the murder of the teacher in France out of religious conviction”.

    In another case, “after the minute’s silence, students criticized the minute’s silence in an emotional turmoil and defended the murder”.

    The CDU parliamentarian Gladiator said he was alarmed by both “about the education authority and the students”. He told Bild-Zeitung: “You don’t know which is more disturbing: the contrived, trivializing attitude or the radical incidents involving young people and children”.

    But the MP from Chancellor Merkel’s party did not comment on the fact that for many years now civil servants with a strong left-green inclination have dominated the upper and higher management levels of the education authority and have been striving to diligently promote “multi-culturalism”. The ever bigger problems arising from their ideological blindness are often suppressed – and often even actively concealed.

    Moreover, a minute of silence for victims who were killed by Muslims have been held in several schools in German cities, also in Berlin. But such schools have seen similar reactions from Muslim students, according to the Berliner Zeitung.

    In Berlin, several Muslim students at several schools demonstratively boycotted the minute’s silence for the decapitated history teacher. There was a boycott at the Gustav Freytag School, an integrated secondary school in Reinickendorf. “Instead of quietly commemorating the murdered man, Muslim students boycotted and disrupted the ceremony,” the BZ reported.

    The teacher got what he deserved, a Muslim eighth grader is said to have shouted according to the Tagesspiegel. The teacher “should be executed. He had insulted the prophet!” Four other teachers at this one school alone reported similar incidents.

    In mid-November, in Berlin-Neukölln, the headline of BZ read: “A Muslim student (11) from Morgenstern elementary school threatened his teacher with beheading her”. Several politicians expressed indignation about the scandal, but nothing was done about subsequent concrete measures.

    At primary schools in Hamburg, students with a migration background already are in the majority. Also, the majority of the migrant students in the Hanseatic city are Muslims.

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