Gerald Darmanin said on French radio Europe 1 which at least 80 instances of hate speech have been reported as of Friday’s assault.
Police officers stated Paty had spoken caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad along with his course, resulting in threats.
French President Emmanuel Macron maintained a defense council on Sunday in the Elysee presidential palace.
Dozens of thousands of demonstrators gathered on Sunday across France in service of freedom of language and also in memory of their slain 47-year-old teacher.
French police said they arrested 11 people after the killing.
Darmanin said they comprise the father of a pupil and also an Islamist activist who “clearly launched a fatwa,” or religious ruling, against the instructor.
A guy who said that he had been the dad of a pupil had submitted a movie on social media claiming that Paty had revealed a picture of a nude man and advised students that it was”the prophet of the Muslims.” He called on other mad parents to contact him and relay the message.
Darmanin said police were looking into roughly 50 institutions suspected of supporting hate speech. Some will probably be dissolved, ” he explained.
The president of the Convention of imams at France, Hassen Chalghoumi, stated”we’re hurt, we’re condemning this barbaric act,” on French news broadcaster BFM TV. “Samuel is a martyr of liberty.”
“Barbarism has no place in universities nor France,” he explained.
Chalghoumi, who’s an imam at Drancy, a suburb northeast of Paris, stated he’d received death threats and insults on societal websites from radical Islamists lately.
Justice police opened an investigation for murder using a suspected terrorist rationale. At least a few of those arrested are household members of their attacker, who was awarded a 10-year residency in France as a refugee in March.
Anti-terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard explained a text claiming duty and a photo of the victim had been discovered around the attacker’s telephone.