‘My profession attacked’ | Norwegian teachers fear showing Prophet cartoons in class

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    Teachers in Norway fear personal consequences if they show cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in class, a survey has found. That’s in the wake of last month’s murder of French teacher Samuel Paty, who displayed images of the founder of Islam to students. Norwegian teacher Kjersti Marie Heldaas says there are now very real dangers for those working in the profession.

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