Before Strike, a Female Teen Hunted better Lifestyle in France

Almost 3 decades after, Hassan is now at a Paris prison after allegedly assaulting and severely wounding two people who have a meat cleaver. Ahead of the Sept. 25 assault, he proclaimed at a movie that he was seeking vengeance following the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo printed caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

Little is understood about Hassan’s period in France. There’s been confusion within his era, but The Associated Press got his official identification records in Pakistan that affirmed he’s now 18.

The stabbings declared a January 2015 assault on the paper that killed 12 of its staffers by militants who claimed they had been acting in the title of al-Qaida.

Thus far, there’s not been any sign Hassan was attached to some terrorist group. Instead, the anger of the adolescent — far from dwelling at a world vastly different from some he understood — might have origins in Pakistan’s draconian blasphemy laws.

The very small village is located right down a narrow, rutted dirt road weaving through enormous agricultural areas.

The little cement homes are packed together, their walls packaged with dung patties baking at the blistering noon afternoon sun. By sunset, they will be peeled off the walls and used to gas the day fires.

A number of the young guys, including youth friends of Hassan, said they dreamed of attaining Europe to locate prosperity — at 18 youths in the village have emigrated overseas in the past few decades. At precisely the same time, they held Hassan as a fanatic for carrying out the assault.

From the area where Kotli Qazi is situated, a hard-line political party, Tehreek-e Labbaik, retains strong influence — nearly its only agenda to maintain the blasphemy laws, which involve the death penalty against people who violate Islam. Just a couple of months later Hassan arrived in France, Labbaik Party-backed protesters rallied and blocked streets in the district and other areas of Pakistan in November 2018, angry that a young Christian girl, Asia Bibi, has been freed from death row at which she had confronted performance on blasphemy charges.

“He traveled to France as in comparison to other nations, such as Saudi Arabia, making there’s better,” a childhood friend, Mohammad Ikram, stated of Hassan. “Young folks from our region want to reside in Europe.”

However, he added, “our friends said when they had been in his place they’d have done the same if they’d seen anything against the Prophet.”

“He went searching for mischief like a few of the other boys. He only wished to examine,” she explained. Sitting on a conventional rope-woven bed at a dusty chemical she shared with several family members she explained: “Religiously he did exactly the ideal thing. You might not agree, but he did the correct thing”

Many expressed concern about the picture their small village has been becoming.

“Please do not hurt the habit of the own village, do not remove our dignity,” pleaded one shopkeeper, who did not need to give his title fearful of their plainclothes police standing near.

Hassan’s dad, Arshad Mahmoud, refused to speak to colleagues who knocked on his home’s gate. Pakistani intelligence and police warned him against talking publicly after he publicly championed his child’s activities.

Shuja Nawaz, writer, security and political adviser and a fellow in the Washington-based Atlantic Council, said the influx of young migrants from countries including Pakistan to Europe brings two variables into collision.

“The states in the home countries, like Pakistan, who increasingly are getting more Islamicized and anti-Western throughout the sway of mullahs and populist authorities, while their schooling systems crumble,” he explained. “Secondly, in the Western nations, in which migrants end up legally or illegally, there’s a Ghettoization of Muslim immigrants that turn to faith as a defense mechanism and rallying point”

An elderly brother, Bilal, currently 32 and allegedly living in Italy, was the first of the allies to go to Europe, neighbors and police officers said.

Ikram, Hassan’s friend, stated the”illegal” method to Europe can be quite dangerous but out of his village that the majority who move are, such as Hassan, between ages 15 and 16 since minors often will not be ejected.

Hassan embarked on the trip in ancient 2018, crossing Iran, Turkey, and Italy and eventually reaching France in August 2018.

Sooner or later, he transferred into Pantin, a working suburb which has a large immigrant population, such as North Africans, Sub-Saharan Africans, and Pakistanis. He had been residing in an apartment with other Pakistanis at a filthy brick construction over a hooka bar and a car parts store.

“They were silent, they’d their own lives, abandoned in the afternoon to work,” explained Zyed Zaied, that conducts the automobile store. He explained he did not understand where Hassan functioned but stated Pakistanis frequently find jobs.

The newspaper said it had been a series of media liberty on the eve of the beginning of the initial trial within the January 2015 strikes.

On Sept. 25, Hassan had a scheduled appointment in the Val d’Oise regional government to assess his residency scenario. Hassan had just turned 18, meaning that he wasn’t any longer a little and could have dropped his promise to residency in France unless he would create an asylum case.

Rather, Hassan went on exactly what he believed were the offices of Charlie Hebdo, oblivious that they’d transferred. Having a cleaver, he assaulted two individuals who, it was, worked for a documentary film company, critically wounding them. He was captured soon after, speckles of blood onto his brow, on the measures of the Bastille Opera.

In a video posted on social media before the traumatic, Hassan cried and said he was inspired by the celebration.

“If I seem psychological, then there’s a reason for this and allow me to discuss it with you. In France, caricatures of the Prophet have been attracted, and I will resist it now.”

Little is understood about Hassan’s period in France. There’s been confusion within his era, but The Associated Press got his official identification records in Pakistan that affirmed he’s now 18.

The stabbings declared a January 2015 assault on the paper that killed 12 of its staffers by militants who claimed they had been acting in the title of al-Qaida.

Thus far, there’s not been any sign Hassan was attached to some terrorist group. Instead, the anger of the adolescent — far from dwelling at a world vastly different from some he understood — might have origins in Pakistan’s draconian blasphemy laws.

The very small village is located right down a narrow, rutted dirt road weaving through enormous agricultural areas.

The little cement homes are packed together, their walls packaged with dung patties baking at the blistering noon afternoon sun. By sunset, they will be peeled off the walls and used to gas the day fires.

A number of the young guys, including youth friends of Hassan, said they dreamed of attaining Europe to locate prosperity — at 18 youths in the village have emigrated overseas in the past few decades. At precisely the same time, they held Hassan as a fanatic for carrying out the assault.

From the area where Kotli Qazi is situated, a hard-line political party, Tehreek-e Labbaik, retains strong influence — nearly its only agenda to maintain the blasphemy laws, which involve the death penalty against people who violate Islam. Just a couple of months later Hassan arrived in France, Labbaik Party-backed protesters rallied and blocked streets in the district and other areas of Pakistan in November 2018, angry that a young Christian girl, Asia Bibi, has been freed from death row at which she had confronted performance on blasphemy charges.

“He traveled to France as in comparison to other nations, such as Saudi Arabia, making there’s better,” a childhood friend, Mohammad Ikram, stated of Hassan. “Young folks from our region want to reside in Europe.”

However, he added, “our friends said when they had been in his place they’d have done the same if they’d seen anything against the Prophet.”

“He went searching for mischief like a few of the other boys. He only wished to examine,” she explained. Sitting on a conventional rope-woven bed at a dusty chemical she shared with several family members she explained: “Religiously he did exactly the ideal thing. You might not agree, but he did the correct thing”

Many expressed concern about the picture their small village has been becoming.

“Please do not hurt the habit of the own village, do not remove our dignity,” pleaded one shopkeeper, who did not need to give his title fearful of their plainclothes police standing near.

Hassan’s dad, Arshad Mahmoud, refused to speak to colleagues who knocked on his home’s gate. Pakistani intelligence and police warned him against talking publicly after he publicly championed his child’s activities.

Shuja Nawaz, writer, security and political adviser and a fellow in the Washington-based Atlantic Council, said the influx of young migrants from countries including Pakistan to Europe brings two variables into collision.

“The states in the home countries, like Pakistan, who increasingly are getting more Islamicized and anti-Western throughout the sway of mullahs and populist authorities, while their schooling systems crumble,” he explained. “Secondly, in the Western nations, in which migrants end up legally or illegally, there’s a Ghettoization of Muslim immigrants that turn to faith as a defense mechanism and rallying point”

An elderly brother, Bilal, currently 32 and allegedly living in Italy, was the first of the allies to go to Europe, neighbors and police officers said.

Ikram, Hassan’s friend, stated the”illegal” method to Europe can be quite dangerous but out of his village that the majority who move are, such as Hassan, between ages 15 and 16 since minors often will not be ejected.

Hassan embarked on the trip in ancient 2018, crossing Iran, Turkey, and Italy and eventually reaching France in August 2018.

Sooner or later, he transferred into Pantin, a working suburb which has a large immigrant population, such as North Africans, Sub-Saharan Africans, and Pakistanis. He had been residing in an apartment with other Pakistanis at a filthy brick construction over a hooka bar and a car parts store.

“They were silent, they’d their own lives, abandoned in the afternoon to work,” explained Zyed Zaied, that conducts the automobile store. He explained he did not understand where Hassan functioned but stated Pakistanis frequently find jobs.

The newspaper said it had been a series of media liberty on the eve of the beginning of the initial trial within the January 2015 strikes.

On Sept. 25, Hassan had a scheduled appointment in the Val d’Oise regional government to assess his residency scenario. Hassan had just turned 18, meaning that he wasn’t any longer a little and could have dropped his promise to residency in France unless he would create an asylum case.

Rather, Hassan went on exactly what he believed were the offices of Charlie Hebdo, oblivious that they’d transferred. Having a cleaver, he assaulted two individuals who, it was, worked for a documentary film company, critically wounding them. He was captured soon after, speckles of blood onto his brow, on the measures of the Bastille Opera.

In a video posted on social media before the traumatic, Hassan cried and said he was inspired by the celebration.

“If I seem psychological, then there’s a reason for this and allow me to discuss it with you. In France, caricatures of the Prophet have been attracted, and I will resist it now.”