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France: Decision to prosecute Muslim student over hijab controversy

The head teacher resigned from his post after receiving death threats
Dawn Education Reporter
PARIS: The French government has decided to file a case in court against a young Muslim student who ‘falsely accused’ her head teacher of beating her head teacher during a bitter argument over a scarf. The Prime Minister says the state has decided to file a case against a teenage Muslim girl who ‘falsely accused’ her head teacher of hitting her during a heated argument over a headscarf. has gone The head teacher had insisted that the student should not cover her head inside the school by French law. However, he resigned from his post after receiving death threats on social media. When the latest controversy regarding the scarf came to light, some people threatened to kill the teacher. Gone. After this, the head teacher of a school in Paris announced his resignation through an email. However, the identity of the teacher has not been disclosed. “Concerning the safety of myself and the institution, I have finally decided to relinquish my duties,” explained the head teacher. “I’m leaving after 45 years of public education.” do
Two of the students complied with this order, but the third student refused the order to remove the scarf, which led to a fight.
A few days later, the headmaster was subjected to death threats on social media. The prosecutor says that two people have been detained in connection with the death threat. However, their identity has not been disclosed.
The police have since increased security around the said school and patrolling has been increased. The country’s Minister of Education, Nicole Bellobet, also visited the school. Authorities in France say there is no evidence that the school’s head teacher killed the girl. Prime Minister Gabriel Atal says that it was decided to file a case in court because of the false allegations of beating by the student.
He said, “The state. We will always stand with those officials who are fighting against the violations of secularism and the attempts of Islamists to enter our educational institutions.
Politicians on both the left and the right in France expressed outrage that a respected teacher’s career was ended by an internet hate campaign.
“This government is incapable of protecting our schools,” Marine Le Pen, the hard-line leader of the far-right National Rally party, said on social media X.
Another right-wing hardline leader said, “This is a defeat for the state.” And the supporters of Islamism gained more power.

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