To counter the Islamist horror, the school must remain inflexible on its principles, believes Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat, professor of history and geography and essayist engaged on the front of secularism.
Feminist and secular activist, known for her biting essays (Fight the veil, published last year in Le Cerf), Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat is also first and foremost a history-geography professor in a Toulouse college. She denounces the “cowardice” of the school environment, which made possible, according to her, the murder of her colleague from Conflans.
“A decapitated teacher. In France. For a course I am also doing …” write on twitter. Do you fear now, like other teachers, for your safety, Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat?
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