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A teacher in Paris was beheaded by a lone Islamist for depicting an image of the Prophet Mohammad to his student. The teacher who wanted to explain the meaning of freedom of expression, used the example of the incident involving satire magazine Charlie Hebdo and its aftermath. Acknowledging that it may cause offense to his Muslim students, the teacher excused them from the class as he wished to show the magazine's images. The lone knife-man who is not related to any students of the school nor associated with any of the parents, took matters in his own hands and killed the teacher. When confronted, he tried to attack the police, who shot him dead. This comes amidst France trying to keep its fundamental spirit of freedom alive against the rigid and rapid rise of extreme Islamic thoughts and trends in the country.
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