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Normandy Church Attack: Muslim Community Refuse To Bury French priest Killer Adel Kermiche

By Independent, July 31, 2016

Muslims in the hometown of Adel Kermiche, one of the teenage attackers who slit the throat of an elderly priest in a church in France, have refused to bury him.

The 19-year-old, along with Abdel Malik Petitjean, also 19, took six people hostage at a church in Saint-√Čtienne-du-Rouvray before killing its 86-year-old priest, Father Jacques Hamel, during a morning mass at around 10am local time on Tuesday.

A nun who was in the church – identified as Sister Danielle – said the priest was forced to the ground before his throat was slit.

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