“Attack in Arras: could the attacker have been prevented? Macron has a plan of new measures”
The profile of the Arras attacker, a man of Chechen origin on file S for radicalization, pushes the government to be more vigilant about the surveillance of certain individuals at the request of Emmanuel Macron who must hold a security meeting this Monday, October 16.
A knife attack took place on Friday October 13 in a high school in the city of Paris. Gambetta-Carnot school in Arras. A professor was killed and three people, a PE teacher and two establishment agents, were arrested. injured by several stab wounds.
The same high school was stabbed. evacuated this Monday morning after a fire alert the bomb, despite an important safety feature. The police are already there. on site and the deminers must intervene.
A minute of silence must take place "in every class" of colleges and high schools in France this Monday, October 16 at 2 p.m. in tribute to Dominique Bernard, the murdered French teacher à Arras. Elisabeth Borne and Gabriel Attal will attend; the minute of silence at the Samuel Paty college, in Yvelines.
The Arras assailant, Mohammed Mogouchkov, is a former student of the high school 20 years old and of Chechen origin. File S for radicalization since the beginning of October, he was the subject of close surveillance by the General Directorate of Security. (DGSI). His family is known to the police for radicalization.
Ten people are still in custody. view, including the assailant, this Monday. Among them is a certain Maxime C., incarcerated for encouraging co-inmates to commit an attack, who was in contact with the assailant.
Emmanuel Macron asked à his Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, and the prefects to list all the profiles of foreign people listed as S for radicalization and likely to be expelled. es to get these individuals out of the territory "as quickly as possible". In the case of the assailant, the man could not be expelled. because entered in France before the age of 13.
11:05 – The emergency alert the bomb confirmed, the intervention in progress at Arras
The prefect of Pas-de-Calais, Jacques Billant, confirmed the alert the bomb mentioned in a message received by the police this morning. The alert concerns the same Ganbetta high school which was attacked. aimed at by an attack three days ago. The police who were on site thanks to the security system were there. are currently working on a removal of doubt. All the bags are searched, while deminers inspect the establishment, reports the
Voix du Nord.
The Gambetta high school in Arras, the one where last Friday's attack took place, was evacuated this Monday morning after a fire alert the bomb. The deminers were attacked. called to intervene. The students who arrived less than an hour ago and the staff of the establishment were evacuated peacefully.
< h3 class="app_edito_title_2">10:22 – "It's too simple" to attack teachers
Three years after the assassination of Samuel Paty, the Arras attack is proof that the attack on a professor "can happen again other times" notes Gaëlle Paty, sister of the teacher killedé by an Islamist terrorist. While she asks questions to
Franceinfo on the motivations that can lead to kill a teacher, she despairs at not having a solution to protect the school. "It is not by transforming our schools or public buildings into bunkers that we are going to solve the problem. If someone wants to kill a teacher today, it doesn't have to be an international terrorist organization. It's very simple, it's too simple, one teacher to another; kill. As long as the soil which allows for young people to build this type of project exists, there will be terrorists who will be able to move on; “the act,” she declares. If school must remain a "bulwark against obscurantism" according to Emmanuel Macron, Gaëlle Paty warns that the school "cannot do everything alone".
Emmanuel Macron will chair a new security meeting. this Monday noon. After activating the "emergency attack" of the Vigipirate plan decided on Friday, the government could take new security measures.
09:39 – "No provocation" tolerated during tributes and the minute of silence
"I will not tolerate any dispute, any provocation" during the tribute paid this Monday to the professor killed à Arras warned the Minister of National Education on 20 Hours on TF1, Sunday evening. "There will be a nominal report of all protests and all provocations" assured Gabriel Attal also promising "disciplinary sanctions and a systematic referral to the public prosecutor to initiate proceedings".
09:27 – "The Things have gotten worse" since the assassination of Samuel Paty
"Things have gotten worse" since the assassination of Samuel Paty according to the lawyer for Samuel Paty's family, Virginie Le Roy, guest of
RTL. The Arras attack and the death of a professor “annihilated” the parents of the history-geography teacher brutally killed in 2020 and he alerted the lawyer because today terrorism "no longer needs a pretext" to strike. What the Arras attack shows is “that the very figure of the professor is attacked, because he is a professor and not because there is blasphemy or political speech à pass on" she analyzes. 09:13 – The three injured in the Arras attack no longer have their lives in danger
The President of Hauts-de-France Xavier Bertrand gave news of the three injured in the Arras attack on
FranceinfoThis morning. The days of the team manager and those of the PE teacher “would no longer be in danger”, but the teacher remains “very seriously injured”. As for the third victim, she plans to "return to work this morning" despite pain, said the elected official. 08:58 – Elisabeth Borne and Gabriel Attal expected at Samuel Paty's college
Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and Minister of National Education Gabriel Attal will participate in the event. the minute of silence from the Bois d'Aulne college where taught Professor Samuel Paty, at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, in Yvelines.
A minute of silence will be respected in all colleges and high schools in France this Monday at 14 hours. This time of contemplation "could take other forms" in primary schools "to take into account the age of the students" informed the Ministry of National Education.
08:45 – Tribute to professors Dominique Bernard and Samuel Paty
This Monday, October 16, the return of students and teachers to school is a form of resistance against horror and “obscurantism” according to the head of state. The return to class must also be accompanied by tributes paid to Dominique Bernard, the murdered professor à Arras last Friday. But this day coincides with the sad anniversary of the assassination of history-geography professor Samuel Paty, beheaded. by an Islamist terrorist on October 16, 2020. Tributes must also be paid to the memory of this teacher killed for having spoken caricatures of Mohammed with his students.
08:32 – Two hours of discussions before classes resume this Monday
Students are back in class this Monday, after the attack last Friday. But classes don't start until the end of the year. 10 a.m. this morning, the previous two hours are devoted to discussions between teachers and school staff necessary after the attack in the Arras high school. Teachers must also prepare for welcoming students.
Emmanuel Macron pays tribute to the murdered professor à Arras, Dominique Bernard, and addresses teachers as well as students while returning to class is busy. emotions and senses this Monday, October 16. In a message on to maintain the School which “remains a sanctuary”. "The school must remain this bulwark against obscurantism. It will remain so. Because blind hatred, we will always oppose the inextinguishable thirst to teach. The thirst for learning. The thirst for living free,” added the head of state.
08:14 – The impossible expulsion of the attacker from Arras
If Emmanuel Macron gives the order to be vigilant and not move on next to it Since there was no possible expulsion of radicalized foreigners on S files, the Arras attacker could not be expelled. recalled Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin after Friday's tragedy. In question, the arrival of Mohammed Mogouchkov on French territory before the age of 13. Note that the family of the attacker had been subject to an obligation to leave French territory (OQTF) in 2014, but that this had not succeeded under pressure from the opposition of several associations against the procedure.
08:05 – Special monitoring of S files from the Caucasus
For the review of the profiles and the expulsion measures of the persons registered, particular monitoring must be provided to the profiles of the “registered S nationals of the Caucasus in the 16-25 year old bracket” ; according to details from BFMTV. And for good reason, it corresponds to the profile of the Arras attacker: a young man born in France. in Russia, of Chechen origin from the Ingushetia region, and registered in S for radicalization. This description also refers to; the author of the assassination of Professor Samuel Paty, on October 16, 2023, at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine.
08:05 – Special monitoring of S files from the Caucasus
For reviewing profiles and the expulsion measures of the persons registered, particular monitoring must be brought to the profiles of the “registered S nationals of the Caucasus in the 16-25 age group” according to details from BFMTV. And for good reason, it corresponds to the profile of the attacker of Arras: a young man born in France. in Russia, of Chechen origin from the Ingushetia region, and registered in S for radicalization. This description also refers to; the author of the assassination of Professor Samuel Paty, on October 16, 2023, at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine.