Jihadists online have fiercely celebrated the brutal murder of three people in the Church of France. The SITE, the monitoring organization, said it was delighted on social networks, calling it “freedom of action” in response to French freedom of expression Paris
Jihadists online fiercely celebrated the brutal murder of three people in a church in the city of Nice in France and a knife attack on guards at the French consulate in Saudi Arabia. Rita Katz, director of SITE, an organization that tracks terrorists, said jihadists openly expressed their happiness on Facebook and Twitter. He called it “freedom of action” in response to France’s freedom of expression.
“These new attacks come at a time when the jihadist media is waging a massive campaign to condemn France and its cartoonists,” Katz said. No group has yet taken responsibility for the Nice attack, but the attack comes at a time when there is chaos between French and Muslim countries over the beheading of a French teacher.
Slogans shouting red France, return to Islam after the terrorist attack in the church in Nice
The site said in its report that the jihadists looked very happy with the news of the attack on Nice and Saudi Arabia. Previously, ISIS and Al Qaeda had called for more attacks against the assassination of the French teacher. Regarding these attacks, President Emmanuel Macron declared that France was once again “the victim of an Islamic terrorist attack”. He said the attack on France was made because of the value of the country’s freedom and the desire not to give in to terrorism.
Macron has increased the number of soldiers
Not only that, he even said that France would not give up its values after the Islamic terrorist attack. After the Nice attack, Macron arrived here on Thursday and announced that France would now deploy troops in key locations across the country. These will have schools and religious places. The number of soldiers will increase from three thousand to seven thousand. Previously, Macron had supported Professor Samuel Patty, who was killed in Paris and spoke of guaranteeing freedom of expression in the country.
Macron said France would continue to follow its secular traditions and laws that guaranteed freedom of expression. Thanks to this, Sharli Abdo also gets the freedom to make cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, from which this uproar started. Macron had signaled that a bill would be sent to parliament early next year with a provision to deal with Islamic separatism. He said that Islam is facing a crisis all over the world.