Security sources in Paris revealed that the supposedly « resentful father of a high school girl student», who « protested » on Facebook against a school teacher later beheaded by a Chechen fanatic, had, in fact, been the subject of an Intelligence Service warning in 2014- when his sister went to join Daesh in Syria.
In a video widely circulated on YouTube before the attack, the Muslim parent hqc expressed anger that an unidentified teacher had asked Muslims in the class of 13-year-olds to leave because “he was going to show a photo that would shock them.” The parent asks on the video: “Why this hatred? Why does a history teacher act like this in front of 13-year-olds?”
Sources confirm that, contrary to his claims in the video, the resentful father’s daughter was not asked by the teacher to leave the class- in fact, she had never been taught by the teacher who lost his life in the Islamic terrorist attack.
As for the assailant, he is not known to have a connection to the school. French media reported that he was 18 and of Russian origin.
On the other hand, French Security sources add that the «false resentful father » was very close to the Franco-Moroccan preacher Abdelhakim Sefraoui. This preacher, who had gone to the school to demand the exclusion of the teacher, had created a collective in memory of Sheikh Yassin, the leader of Hamas killed by the Israelis. Abdel Hakim Sefraoui was, also, a member of the Palestine Charity Committee which is under the control of the Muslim Brotherhood in France