French teacher seeks ‘minute’s silence for killer’

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A French teacher was suspended Friday for allegedly urging her class to observe a minute’s silence for serial killer Mohamed Merah, the day after he was shot dead by police.

Education Minister Luc Chatel had called for the teacher to be suspended after her class reported she called Merah a “victim” and said his links to Al-Qaeda were invented by the media and “Sarko”, referring to President Nicolas Sarkozy.

“An immediate suspension has been decided along with a ban on entering the school,” the local education authority’s Florence Robine told journalists, adding that the suspension did not imply any guilt.

Student representatives in the final year class in the northern city of Rouen wrote to the principal to voice “shock” at being urged in an English lesson to pay respect to a self-declared Al-Qaeda militant who killed seven people.

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3 Replies to “French teacher seeks ‘minute’s silence for killer’”

  1. Thank goodness that the school took immediate action to remove this vile woman from the school. If the murderer is seen as a victim by her, and to be honored by a moment of silence, this woman has nothing to offer her students. She is absolutely evil. The students showed courage and good sense to quickly bring this to the attention of the school principal. They bravely walked out, showing her that they had heard enough of her insane interpretation. Good for the students!

  2. Mohamad Merah, Man of the West By Caroline B. Glick

    But dig a little deeper and it becomes clear that justice has not been served. Indeed, it hasn’t even begun to be addressed. The killer Mohamed Merah was not a lone gunman. He wasn’t even one of the lone jihadists we hear so much about. He had plenty of accomplices. And not all of them were Muslims.

    An analysis of the nature of his crime and the identity of his many accomplices must necessarily begin with a question. Why did Merah videotape his crime? Why did take the trouble of strapping a video camera to his neck and filming himself chasing eight-year-old Miriam Monsonego through the school courtyard and shooting her three times in the head? Why did he document his execution of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler and his two little boys, three-year-old Gavriel and six-year-old Aryeh?

    The first answer is because Merah took pride in killing Jewish children. Moreover, he was certain that millions of people would be heartened by his crime. By watching him shoot the life out of Jewish children, they would be inspired to repeat his actions elsewhere.

    http://jewishworldreview.com/0312/glick032312.php3

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