France accuses a young man of “glorifying terrorism” for putting “like”...

France accuses a young man of “glorifying terrorism” for putting “like”...
France accuses a young man of “glorifying terrorism” for putting “like”...

A young man was accused of “glorifying terrorism” after placing a “like” sign on a picture on “Twitter” showing the body of French history teacher Samuel Patty, according to authorities France Sunday.

Pati was killed and beheaded while on his way home from the school where he was studying, after showing his students caricatures insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.

The perpetrator, an 18-year-old Chechen refugee, who had lived in France since his childhood, was killed by police bullets, but he managed to post a picture of the professor’s severed head on Twitter.

The young man, who was accused on Sunday of “glorifying terrorism”, is also of Chechen origin, and is 22 years old, according to the prosecutor in the city of Blois in central France where the accused lives.

He was under surveillance by the authorities for his previous support of the “Charlie Hebdo” satirical newspaper, which was the first to publish the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

Prosecutor Frederick Chevalier said that several knives and other weapons were found in his home, adding that the young man denied that he was under the influence of extremists.

Since Bati was killed on the 16th of October, the French authorities have launched a campaign targeting what they describe as “militants”, and the police have carried out dozens of raids on individuals and organizations “suspected of supporting or inciting extremism.”

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