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Three defendants in France, after the schoolgirl sent death threats for the delirium the call of Islam, “a s ** t of religion”

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Three teenagers in France have been charged after a schoolgirl was sent death threats to post a rage online where she called Islam “s ** t of religion”.

The uproar caused by the rash inflammation saw Emmanuel Macron jump at 16, Defense Mila earlier this year as he said, “We have the right to blaspheme.”

The French president had spoken when she moved to a new school to guarantee her safety. ”

And now a public prosecutor in Vienna, south-eastern France, has revealed the presence of two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old boy have been charged in the case.

The 17-year-olds admitted to investigators that they collected from Mila Private Online Data, and now face charges of theft and possession of stolen data.

They admitted that the data on the 16-year-old boy, who was charged with possession of stolen property, electronic harassment, and the distribution of third-party personal data.

All three have been placed under judicial supervision pending the results of the investigation, prosecutor Audrey Quey said.

She also said that a fourth person believed to be behind the death threats was arrested last month.

‘The investigation is underway to identify others behind the threats,’ Quey revealed.

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Emmanuel Macron defended adolescent French earlier this year, saying, “We have the right to blaspheme”

Mila criticized Islam after she made a live broadcast on her Instagram account in which she spoke openly about her sexuality.

A Muslim commented that she was a “dirty lesbian” and a “dirty ***”.

Mila hit the video Instagram saying that the Quran was “full of hatred and calling to Islam a” s ** t of religion “.

She continued, “I’m not a racist, not at all. You cannot be racist towards a religion. I said what I thought, you won’t make me regret it.

“There are still people who are going to get mad, obviously, I don’t give a shit, I say what I want, what I think.”

During a television appearance, she stood by her comments, saying, “I absolutely do not regret what I said, it was really what I thought.”

Defending her right to “blaspheme,” she said, “I don’t have to hide for that reason. I didn’t stop living for this.

“But I would still like to say that in a way, I’m a little sorry for the people I find it difficult to practice their religion in peace, and I never wanted to target human beings, she says.

“I just wanted to … blaspheme … I wanted to talk about a religion, and say what I thought about it, and that’s it.”

After his debacle, the boy was subjected to a barrage of further abuse, including the threat to rape and kill her.

Mr. Macron intervened and said: “The law is clear: we have the right to blaspheme, to criticize, to caricature religions.

“The republican order is not a moral order … what is outlawed is to incite hatred and attack dignity”.

He added an interview with Le Dauphiné Libéré newspaper: “In this debate, we have lost sight of the fact that Mila is a teenager. We owe him protection in school, in his daily life, in his movements. “

Macron said that by finding a new school, where it started lessons on Monday, “the state has discharged its responsibilities.”

He said children must “be better protected from new forms of online hatred and harassment that can be destructive.”

In France, the Attorney General opened an investigation into death threats, threats to commit a crime and harassment against Mila, but also opened an investigation to find out whether she had “provoked religious hatred” in his rant.

Abdallah Zekri, general delegate of the French Council for Muslim Worship (CFCM), said on French radio: “This girl knows exactly what she did. They sow, harvest. “Zekri added that the teenage comments were not covered by freedom of speech, but were insulting and provocative.

But, Mohammed Moussaoui, the new president of the CFCM, later conceded that criticism of Islam should be accepted and no comments justified on death threats.

He said: “We must accept all debates and refuse any violence”.

Mila started her new school in February after France, the education ministry intervened to find a “positive solution”.

The teenager was taken out of his previous educational institution in Lyon after receiving a barrage of abuse on his Instagram video.

“We have found a solution that guarantees his safety and allows him to continue his life and education,” education minister Gabriel Attal told LCI TV.

“It is a positive solution, it was very difficult for her not to go back to school.”

Asked if the move was “geographically feasible,” the minister said he would not be giving details of the location of the site.

Secularism is an ideally guarded jealousy in France, but on the left, politicians and elites have been accused of not having to stand up for the adolescent.

“It is the left which, traditionally, defends secularism in this country. It’s sad that he didn’t do so, his lawyer Richard Malka told Times.

“No human rights association has protested or expressed solidarity with the girl whose life has suddenly plunged into hiding.”

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