Alain Juppe: "If I were the father of such a monster, I held my tongue in shame." But you, Mr. Juppe, are not a devout Muslim. He is proud of his savage spawn. His son's mass murderer under Islam makes him a martyr, an Islamic hero.
Merah will be given a hero's funeral in Algeria... "Merah's father told the Agence France-Presse news agency his son would be buried in Algeria, his ancestral homeland."
Alain Juppe: "If I were the father of such a monster, I held my tongue in shame." Google translate:
VIDEO "France has killed my son," is what says the father of Mohamed Merah.
The French authorities reacted angrily to the threat of "indecent" complaint against Paris made by the father of the young Jihadist Mohamed Merah, author of seven murders and killed by police last week.
Mohamed Merah Benalel said Monday evening told AFP he would file a complaint against France "for killing" his son. "I will commit the greatest lawyers and work the rest of my life to pay for (...). France is a great country that had the means to stop my son alive. They could knock him out with the gas and stop it, they preferred to kill him, "he said.
"If I were the father of such a monster, I held my tongue in shame," he said Tuesday morning the Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, interviewed by Radio Classique. The special adviser to President Nicolas Sarkozy, Henri Guaino, had previously seen the "indecency" in the stated intention of the father of Mohamed Merah.
This argument goes as investigators got hold of a video montage of killing Mohamed Merah, sent Wednesday to the Qatari channel Al Jazeera.
Filmed by Mohamed Merah with a miniature camera strapped on him, video editing, "stored on a memory stick," was contained in an envelope mailed Wednesday and sent to the Paris office of Al Jazeera, according to police sources. "This is a video montage of images of different killings with music and verses from the Koran," he told AFP one of these sources. Al Jazeera has to decide Tuesday at a summit meeting in Qatar in the dissemination of these images or not, said the chain BFMTV Tarrouche Zied, Paris bureau chief of Al Jazeera.
Personally, Alain Juppe said Tuesday that he preferred the string refrain from doing so. "I think this incitement to violence, murder, on brain often fragile or disturbed is detestable," he said.