Meanwhile, in the "you couldn't make it up" section, except this is all too predictable from certain quarters of the Muslim Society of Perpetual Victimhood...
Also in the Mail on Sunday
Dana Nawzar Jaf – a former Chevening Scholar at Durham University – questioned the police's decision to kill Chechen fanatic Aboulakh Anzorov, fearing the terrorist would attack them or others.
Mr Jaf, who describes himself as a Kurdish activist, had taken to Twitter, posting: 'I fully condemn French police's brutal senseless murder of the Muslim suspect last night. Macron and his security apparatus should explain to the public what was the need for the use of the disproportionate force against someone suspected of a knife crime. France is in crisis.'
Mr Jaf – an occasional writer for the Left-leaning New Statesman magazine, did not condemn the beheading itself.
Last night, Mr Jaf, who is believed to have arrived in Britain as an exchange student from Iraq in 2009, could not be reached for comment.
We have to examine the word "disproportionate" in great detail. And perhaps while we're at it we should examine the word "beheading".
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