Urgent decision from Belgium against a teacher who showed his students...

Belgium suspended a teacher from work this week after he showed his students, ages 10 to 11, a cartoon published by the Charlie Hebdo newspaper of the Prophet Muhammad.

The French newspaper “Le Figaro” said that the information revealed by press reports was confirmed by a spokesman for the mayor of Molenbeek in Brussels.

Municipality spokesman Rashid Al-Barghouti said that two or three parents submitted a formal complaint to the school administration after the teacher offered his students an offensive drawing of the Prophet Muhammad.

He explained that the officials listened to the teacher and decided to take disciplinary measures against him, such as suspending and dismissing him from work.

The newspaper added that the decisions that will be taken are related to the fact that the pictures are “obscene” and show the genitals.

The municipality explained that the teacher should not have shown his students nude pictures, under the pretext of freedom of expression, adding that there is no control over this matter. But what happened with young children was a transcendence.

The accident comes after a French teacher, Samuel Patty, was beheaded in the suburbs of Paris, after he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.

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