More Cartoon Rage in France: Three Infidels Beheaded at Nice Cathedral

Three people killed in Nice terror attack: Two of the victims are BEHEADED – including a woman – and several others wounded in knife attack during morning mass at a Catholic church
  • Three killed – two of them beheaded – and several more stabbed in a terror attack at a cathedral in Nice 
  • Attack began around 9am before police swarmed the area, where they shot and arrested the attacker
  • Mass had just begun inside cathedral – largest Roman Catholic church in Nice – when attack started 
  • Comes fortnight after teacher was beheaded near Paris; a month after stabbings near Charlie Hebdo offices  

At least three people have been killed – two of them beheaded – and several others stabbed in a terrorist knife attack at a cathedral in Nice.

The attack began around 9am just as Mass at the Notre Dame basilica – the largest Roman Catholic church in Nice – was getting underway.

Police quickly swarmed the area, where they shot and arrested the attacker, who has been taken to hospital. A police source said it appears he was acting alone.

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One of the dead is known to be a woman, but no other details about the victims has been released. The city’s mayor, Christian Estrosi, said one was ‘a guardian so appreciated by the parishioners’.

He told reporters that the attacker ‘kept shouting Allahu Akbar even after he had been arrested’.

He later tweeted: ‘I confirm that everything suggests a terrorist attack in the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Nice.

‘Nice has paid too heavy a price in the same way as our country in recent years. I call for unity among the people of this city.

Naming a teacher who was beheaded in another attack in Paris, he added: ‘Thirteen days after Samuel Paty, our country can no longer be satisfied with the laws of peace to annihilate Islamo-fascism.’

A wounded person is taken away from the scene

A wounded person is taken away from the scene

At least three people have been killed – two of them beheaded – and several more stabbed in a terror attack at the Notre Dame cathedral in the French city of Nice (pictured, a wounded person is taken from the scene)

Scene of the attack

 

Scene of the attack

The attack began around 9am just as Mass was getting underway at the cathedral, the largest Roman Catholic church in Nice

Police quickly swarmed the area where they shot and arrested the attacker, who has been taken to a local hospital

Police quickly swarmed the area where they shot and arrested the attacker, who has been taken to a local hospital

A security officer secures the area after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice

A security officer secures the area after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice

French policemen stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

French policemen stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

French policemen and firefighters stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

French policemen and firefighters stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

The attack took place at the Notre Dame basilica in Nice, the largest Roman Catholic church in the city

The attack took place at the Notre Dame basilica in Nice, the largest Roman Catholic church in the city

French politicians were taking part in a debate on the country’s new coronavirus restrictions when news of the attack reached them. They observed a minute of silence before the debate broke up so an emergency security meeting could be held.

Gérald Darmanin, the French Interior Minister, confirmed that a crisis meeting had been held alongside Prime Minister Jean Castex.

The attack is just the latest to strike France, after history teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded in another attack north of Paris.

Paty was stabbed by an 18-year-old Chechen after he showed the cartoons to his students during a lesson on free speech.

Parents of pupils at the school had led a campaign against him, before the attack took place. Seven have been arrested.

Just a few weeks earlier, an 18-year-old Pakistani stabbed a wounded two people outside the old offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

The man has admitted to police that he was targeting the magazine for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

The attack is thought to have begun around 9am before police were called, and arrested the perpetrator. The area is now cordoned off

The attack is thought to have begun around 9am before police were called, and arrested the perpetrator. The area is now cordoned off

Armed police approach the church where the attack is thought to have started during Mass

Armed police approach the church where the attack is thought to have started during Mass

Armed police are seen on the streets of Nice after the attack early on Thursday

Armed police are seen on the streets of Nice after the attack early on Thursday

French policemen stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

French policemen stand guard a street after a knife attack in Nice

Police officers secure the area after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice

Police officers secure the area after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice

Police cordon off the street leading to the cathedral after the attack on Thursday

Police cordon off the street leading to the cathedral after the attack on Thursday

It also comes amid mass protests in many Islamic countries against Emmanuel Macron, after the French President spoke up in defence of the cartoons.

Tweeting in Arabic, he wrote: ‘Nothing makes us hold back, ever. We respect all differences in the spirit of peace. We never accept hate speech and defend rational debate.

‘We will always stand by human dignity and universal values.’

His remarks have prompted demonstrations in Gaza, Turkey, Pakistan and Bangladesh, and boycotts of French products in Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar and Palestinian territories.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has led outrage at Macron, suggesting that he is mentally ill and needs to have his health evaluated.

8 thoughts on “More Cartoon Rage in France: Three Infidels Beheaded at Nice Cathedral”

  1. In Australia … Every Law From 1973 HAS To Be Revoked
    (And Every Marxist Socialist Communist islam conspirator Incarcerated and their islam EXTERMINATEDNOW)
    https://freedomandheritage.org.au/perspectives/its-time-to-take-back-our-society-from-the-left/

    They are destroying our freedom.
    And most of us have no idea how to deal with them.
    How did the left came to have so much power?

    • It insinuated itself into our institutions, one by one, by stealth.
    In the Australian ABC’s case, the march was led by Allan Ashbolt, a self-confessed Marxist, whose troops effectively took over the ABC with support from the Whitlam government from 1973.
    • When left leaning ideologues are hired by an institution, they hire other left leaning ideologues.

    Once they are in control, the institution is captured by the left, forever … unless and until a superior power (which would have to be a determined genuinely Conservative government) resolves and acts to take the left on.

    1. Ain’t social media grand? it’s like a escape valve to vent our anger while doing absolutely nothing to advance our causes. You denounce the thing on a blog nobody reads to feel the satisfaction of having done something, then you’ll just wait for the next bought by china politician to revoke these laws.
      The left have no such qualms, no such tepidness. They take to the streets and riot until the government submits, from Chile to the US.

      1. That is true. I do call my rep and senators. I do write letters, even harsh. But the left gets out there and thru bullying and physical threat get their way.

  2. democracy has turned people into such cowards, always hoping for the next elected thief heating the chair in the presidential office to save them.
    20 years ago people claimed islam was over, that 9-11 changed everything, and here we are, everyday thousands of africans and other muslims arrive in lockdown Europe, where the invaders are taken to 5 star hotels and paid from 600 to 1200 euro a month while Europeans get 200 euro pensions or lose their jobs and are kicked from their homes into the streets because they can’t pay the rent.
    And then they’re beheaded inside their own churches while the left and the right justify it by claiming that Christians have done worse than Muslims and that we should be tolerant, taunting us by saying that no muslim should apologize because France occupied Indochine, North Africa and Haiti.
    And whoever says things like they are they are censored and banned by the tepid, controlled opposition on the right.
    We can play the same game muslims and liberals are playing, by demanding reparations for the berber invasions to Europe, the 700 years invasion of Spain, the 1400 years of muslim slavery, the Turkish invasions and genocide, the muslims invasions and wars against the west, and help them build beautiful mosques with the bones of the muhammedans we kill, just like they helped us built cathedrals with the bones of the Christians crucified, beheaded and impaled by them in Otranto and Nis.
    20 years peddling moderate lukewarm opinion and for what? A whole generation was born and raised in that time, and instead of becoming nationalistic they became even more globalist, socialist and anti-Christian than their parents.

    1. I notice the only country that has declared support for France is India.
      What’s wrong? Is the Australian government worried they might provoke large swathes of Sydney and Melbourne’s “diverse multicultural communities”?

    2. All true. Right now I look at the French govt as still blind. It has been socialistic, pro open borders, and globalist for many years. At least 40. Leaders today and their ‘ancestry’ of leaders have brought the crocodile inside the house. They fed it , gave it everything and it grew and grew. Now the crocodile is hungry, and those leaders are looking behind them, suddenly suspecting they may be on the table for dinner soon. It is not just France. The same story is being played out in so many western countries, different pace, different script, but same story, islam is conquering the west. Marine LePen may have some idea of the scope of the problem but the use of ‘islamism’ as a substitute for islam is a real muddle to me.

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