Saturday, December 8, 2018

Muslim student stabs Professor to death in Paris as he ‘insulted the Prophet’

Irish lecturer, John Dowling, 66, was fatally stabbed 13 times in the throat and chest by student ‘offended’ by a drawing of Mohammed during a lecture.
No other students saw any such image displayed by Professor Dowling and police say there's no evidence of it, yet Ali R., the student that stabbed the lecturer claimed that was his reason for committing the murder.
According to government prosecutor Catherine Denis, Ali held an ‘obsessive resentment’ against the university since he was expelled in September of 2017.
"He came to France 2 years ago to join the management school, but didn't pass his 1st year," Denis said. "Since then he had been returning to the college and had become unwanted to the point that he wasn't allowed in any more."
She went on to further explain that Ali told authorities, "He produced a drawing, that he showed off in class, insulting the prophet Mohammed".
Though no evidence of any such drawing, according to the Daily Mail, he had long held a personal grudge against the lecturer.
French authorities have said there's no existing evidence that Ali, a native of Pakistan, was radicalised by a terrorist organisation, rather, he was just ‘pious’ about his religion.

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