Monday, December 14, 2015

NOT Ho Hum! French Teacher Lied About ISIS Attack, Stabbed HIMSELF in Neck and Side!

Police and emergency vehicles at the scene. Someone's in trouble now.

Maybe he wanted to get out of a staff meeting.

The Daily Mail, again, twelve hours after the original story:
French teacher who claimed he was stabbed by a man 'shouting support for ISIS' admits he LIED and had slashed his own neck
  • Teacher stabbed himself in the neck and side, claiming it was an ISIS attack 
  • Man had claimed he was attacked by a man who shouted support for ISIS
  • He later confessed he lied about the story of the hooded ISIS attacker 
  • Victim is now being questioned by police over why he made the false claims 
A kindergarten teacher who claimed he was stabbed in the neck at a school in Paris by a man acting in the name of ISIS has admitted he made up the story. 
The 45-year-old teacher had said he was preparing for one of his classes when he was attacked by a masked man armed with a box cutter and scissors. 
The teacher described how the attacker declared he was acting in the name of the brutal jihadi group ISIS and declared the attack was 'a warning'. 
However the local prosecutor confirmed the teacher had lied and had stabbed himself in the neck and side in his classroom in Aubervilliers, Seine-Saint-Denis. 
The teacher had initially said he was attacked at 7:10am at the Jean Perrin kindergarten in Aubervilliers, situated in the suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis. 
It remains unclear how the 45-year-old obtained the wounds to the neck and the side. He was taken to Lariboisière hospital but his injuries were not thought to be life threatening. 
Questions were raised as to why the attacker would use the deregatory name 'Daesh' if he was claiming he was carrying out the attack for ISIS. 
Police were hunting for the alleged attacker, who the teacher had described as wearing a white t-shirt, gloves and a balaklava. 
France's Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem has confirmed that additional security will be deployed at schools. 
She described the terrorist threat as being 'real and permanent' and that 'all public places deserve protection, particularly schools'. 
'We will continue to reinforce security measures at schools in a context where schools feel threatened,' she said. 
The ISIS French-language magazine Dar-al-Islam called in its November edition for its followers to kill teachers in the French education system. 
Teachers were described in one ISIS magazine article as 'enemies of Allah' for teaching secularism and 'in open war against the Muslim family.' 
'This education, in the case of France in particular, is a means of propoganda used to impose the corrupt way of thought established by the Judeo-masonry,' it said. 
'Muslims must know the French education system is built against religion and Islam as the only religion of truth cannot cohabit with this fanatic secularism.' 
The false attack comes as Paris remains on high alert after a wave of shootings and suicide bombings at Paris nightspots on November 13 that killed 130 people and left 350 injured. 
Saint-Denis was where Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind of the deadly Paris attacks, was killed in a dramatic shootout last month. 
In March 2012 jihadist Mohamed Merah killed three children and a teacher outside a Jewish school in an attack which also saw him kill three soldiers. 
A hooded man claiming to be acting for Islamic State attacked a nursery school teacher with a knife-like weapon as he prepared for classes in a school north of Paris, French officials said on Monday.

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