Sunday, October 18, 2020

Poland denied asylum to a Chechen (and his family) who beheaded Samuel Paty

 On Friday afternoon, 18-year-old Abdullah A., a Moscow-born Chechen and a student at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine High School, brutally murdered the history teacher, Samuel Paty. The victim with the decapitated head was found about 200 meters from the school building. He supposedly died for showing caricatures of Muhammad during classes. The attacker was later shot by the police.

French columnist, Patrick Edery, reported on Twitter that before Abdullah A.'s arrival in France, Poland had denied him and his family an asylum. Edery wrote:

#Poland refused asylum to the Chechen (and his family) who beheaded #SamuelPaty Thanks to its much decried policy, Poland has not known any attacks on its soil, its rates of insecurity and rape are the lowest in Europe. The state protects above all its citizens.