Mila, the high school girl from Isère threatened for criticizing Islam, has returned to high school. "The young Mila is back in school from today," announced Monday morning on LCI the Secretary of State to the Ministry of National Education, Gabriel Attal.
"We found him a solution, which guarantees his security, which allows him to continue his life and to be in an educational setting," added Gabriel Attal.
🗣 @GabrielAttal on young #Mila:
"Young Mila is back in school from today"
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After the publication of her controversial video, followed by a wave of death and rape threats, the schoolgirl had not returned to her school in Villefontaine, where her attacks caused outrage among some of the students. She was therefore without a school assignment.
Thursday, the Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer had announced that an assignment had been found to him, without giving more elements.
A “shared” decision
Mila's lawyer, Richard Malka, had specified in our columns that the continuation of the studies of her client would be done in "an establishment", and not at home. "For his safety, obviously, we do not communicate on the place of his schooling, said Gabriel Attal this Monday morning. But it was obviously shared with her, with her family. ”
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Last week, the girl had assured on TMC not "regret" his words, claiming his "right to blasphemy". Before clarifying, on the Daily set: "I apologize a little bit for the people I could hurt, who practice their religion in peace and I never wanted to target human beings, I wanted blaspheme, I wanted to talk about a religion, to say what I thought about it ”.
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The following day, the Minister of the Interior, Christophe Castaner, had indicated that the teenager and her family were protected by the police, because of the death threats hanging over them.