Across France, solidarity became normal on Sunday after a teacher was killed in a terrorist attack.

The editors of the satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" requested an exhibition in Paris this evening, Sunday, with the SOS Rasism and teachers associations. Individuals are also expected to riot in many different urban areas, for example, Marseille or Bordeaux.

France was shocked last Friday by the violent killing and beheading of a 47-year-old history teacher in a Paris suburb, clearly due to an examination of the dubious drawing of the Prophet Muhammad that initially appeared in Charlie Hebdo.

The trainer presented presentations to the children during a class on the opportunity to express themselves at the beginning of October.

The magazine's primary distribution of children's shows led to a vicious attack that focused on Charlie Hebdo's workplaces in January 2015. The speculations blamed for its association with these assaults in 2015 are currently subject to the courts' firm gaze on the preamble to follow through mid-November.

A subsequent arrangement of the attacks in France, a large number of which were confirmed by the Islamic State's psychological oppressor group, and killed more than 230 people in 2015 and 2016.


The former Charlie Hebdo office site witnessed a blade attack only half a month ago after a particular drawing of the Prophet Muhammad was republished before the initial advance began.

The outpouring of anger and judgment provoked by this occasion is required of the French to convey it this evening to the exhibitions, and to mobilize and rally in Paris, Nantes, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Toulouse and Marseille, in any case, with cooperation and support. Ideological groups and trade unions. The newspaper workers (Charlie Hebdo) will go to these battles in Place de la Republique, Paris.

Then again, the Elysee Palace reported that next Wednesday will be a day of public honor for the spirit of coach Samuel Patty, as a team with his family, and includes a meeting of the Protection Board at the end of the day.