“The urgency has been understood by the police and the prosecution,” said her lawyer. “We sent the offending messages to the investigators who will make requisitions to Facebook and Twitter to get to their authors.” “I hope that the authors of these messages will be identified and put before their responsibilities,” said Zineb El Rhazoui for her part. “Judicial impunity must stop”.
Insults, death threats, calls for rape have increased in recent days against the French-Moroccan, after remarks made on the set of Cnews , last Friday, December 14. She said then that Islam should “submit to criticism”.
Remarks she repeated last Wednesday, again, on the news channel. “This is not the first time that I have been subject of a campaign of hate and even fatwa,” she said. “All this for common sense remarks (…) These are things I repeat. Islam must submit to the laws of the Republic, to humor, to reason, to criticism like all other religions “.
Depuis ce passage télé, l'ancienne journaliste de Charlie hebdo, @ZinebElRhazoui reçoit des centaines de tweets de menaces de mort, d'appels à la violence et au viol ainsi que de nombreuses insultes de la part d'intégristes musulmans (et pas que). pic.twitter.com/1qUem7WY3N
— JOD (@jo_delb) December 18, 2018