Gabriel Attal proclaims a criticism in opposition to the scholar for “slanderous denunciation” | EUROtoday

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Mexasperated for “just doing his job”. On TF1, Wednesday night, the Prime Minister introduced that “the State was going to file a complaint for slanderous denunciation” in opposition to the scholar who accused the principal of the Maurice-Ravel highschool of getting assaulted her when she refused to take away her veil. Targeted by dying threats, the principal, who was because of retire in June, introduced on Tuesday that he was leaving his place for “security reasons”. “The State will always stand alongside these agents on the front line in the face of these attacks on secularism,” Attal promised.

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Schooled in BTS, the younger lady “left the Maurice-Ravel high school”, in response to the Prime Minister. While the scholar's criticism was dismissed by the prosecution for “insufficiently characterized offense”, the State determined to file a criticism.

Secularism “put to the test”

“Secularism” is “constantly put to the test. And we see, there is a form of Islamist entryism which manifests itself in particular in our educational establishments,” continued the Prime Minister. “This entryism, these attacks recently caused two victims in the National Education family, Dominique Bernard and Samuel Paty,” he mentioned. These two academics had been killed in Islamist assaults, Samuel Paty in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine in October 2020 and Dominique Bernard in Arras, in October 2023.

READ ALSO The Maurice Ravel affair, a French capitulationWednesday afternoon, Gabriel Attal obtained the principal of the Maurice-Ravel highschool for an hour: “I really want to pay tribute to him because he has great dignity in this ordeal. He was due to retire in June. […] Some advised him, for security reasons, to leave a little earlier.”

The Prime Minister denounced “accusations then relayed on social networks”, together with “by certain elected officials, I am thinking of a member of rebellious France”, and “gave rise to death threats against this principal,” he mentioned. “This is solely unacceptable and unacceptable. »