French President Emmanuel Macron said today that his country “will not back down” in the fight it has pledged to take on Islamic terrorism. after the murder of a police officer in the Rambouillet from a Tunisian who, according to sources, shouted “Allah Akbar”.
“He was a police officer. “Stephanie was killed at her police station in Rambouillet, in Evelyn’s already blood-stained land,” Macron said in a Twitter post.
The French president’s comment referred to the assassination, in 2020, of French professor Samuel Patti and two police officers, in June 2016, in the same apartment in the Paris area.
Following the killing of the policeman, Interior Minister Geral Darmanen called for reinforced measures to be taken around the country’s police stations.