Breaking news out of Nice, France where we’re seeing reports of a terror attack at a church that left 3 dead including a woman who was decapitated:
An attacker with a knife killed three people, including a woman who was decapitated, at a church in the French city of Nice, police said, in an incident the city's mayor described as terrorism https://t.co/SuTboNEoSW
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 29, 2020
Several others were wounded in the attack:
UPDATE: A woman has been decapitated in a suspected terror attack in Nice, French police say.
French media is reporting a knife attack has taken place, which left three dead and several others injured.@skymarkwhite has the latest.
Read more here: https://t.co/Bp8rmc833v pic.twitter.com/beYc7zqG3Z
— SkyNews (@SkyNews) October 29, 2020
And yes, this happened:
Nice attack suspect shouted 'Allahu Akbar' after mass stabbing at church, mayor claimshttps://t.co/pqqQSpMNp9 pic.twitter.com/3zxM7towBO
— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) October 29, 2020
A teacher was beheaded last week by the parent of one of his student for showing cartoons of Muhammad:
First it was Samuel Paty, now another terror attack in France. This time, Nice.
A country edging back towards lockdown, and worrying about terrorism
— Adam Parsons (@adamparsons) October 29, 2020
7 people have been charged over the murder of Paty, including two teenagers:
2 teen students, who can’t b named 4 legal reasons, were allegedly pd ~ ($355) by the killer to id Mr Paty outside the school.
The killer told the students he wanted to "hit" & "humiliate" Mr Paty & "make him apologise 4 the cartoon of Prophet [Muhammad]” https://t.co/5RuE3zvULi
— Gloria Purvis (@gloria_purvis) October 22, 2020
We’ll likely see this attack get blamed on French President Emmanuel Macron for calling the Paty attack exactly what it was:
Just two days ago Turkey’s Erdogan criticised Emmanuel Macron for perpetrating an “anti-Islam” agenda when Macron criticised radical adherents to Islam in the wake of the murder of Samuel Paty.
Today three more people are dead in Nice.
I stand with @EmmanuelMacron & France.
— Rupert Myers (@RupertMyers) October 29, 2020
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