It turns out that there are more Muslims for jihad in Europe’s churches than Christians to worship there.
“S File” refers to Sûreté de l’État, “State Security”. This is the highest level watch list in France; This allows monitoring of individuals on the list.
“Info Europe 1 – Paris: An S-file arrested for death threats against priests,” translated from “Info Europe 1 – Paris: An S-file arrested for death threats against priests,” William Molini, Europe 1, February 8, 2023 (thanks to Medforth):
Police arrested a man accused of threatening to kill Paris priests on Tuesday. According to information received from Europe 1, the staff of the Saint-Sulpice Church alerted the police to the presence of this man who had already sought death threats and insults against several priests.
A man has been arrested by the police for threatening clerics. Suspected of threatening parish priests in Saint-Sulpice and Saint-Germain-des-Prés on January 26 and February 6. Victims have filed complaints. According to a police source, the man was the subject of a search form for a temporary ban on French territory and another S form for terrorist-related activities. He was taken into custody. The judicial police of Paris are in charge of the investigation.
Two attacks on churches in Spain at the end of January
In late January, two Spanish churches were attacked, killing a sexton and seriously injuring a priest. Authorities announced they were launching a terrorism investigation.
“On Wednesday January 25, at 7 p.m., a man entered the church of San Isidro in Algeciras and attacked the priest armed with a knife, seriously injuring him,” the Interior Ministry said. In a message to the press. “He then went to Nuestra Señora de la Palma church where he attacked the sexton, after causing various damages,” he added.
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