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Teacher arrested for displaying insulting cartoons of Prophet Muhammad to his students


The administration of a school in the Molenbeek Saint-Jean region in the Belgian capital, Brussels, has suspended a teacher from work, after he showed his students insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
The Belgian teacher showed one of the cartoons previously published by the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, while explaining the killing of the French teacher, Samuel Paty.
The British “Daily Mail” website quoted a spokesman for the mayor of Molenbeek saying that “our decision depends in particular on the fact that these are obscene images, even if they were not for the Prophet, we would have done the same.”
The spokesman added, “Suspending the teacher’s work is not a punishment, but a disciplinary action.”
The Belgian newspaper “LaLibre” reported that “the families of the students reported, based on the statements of their children after the lessons, that the teacher provided them with a tablet computer on which he showed the pictures and suggested that those who did not want to see them to look somewhere else.”
On October 16, the French police announced that they had shot dead a man they said was a Chechen who killed a teacher who showed his students insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, in a school in a suburb of Paris.

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