Mediapar : Lebanon's ambassador to France is targeted by an investigation on suspicion of rape and violence Mediapar : Lebanon's ambassador to France is targeted by an investigation on suspicion of rape and violence

Mediapar : Lebanon's ambassador to France is targeted by an investigation on suspicion of rape and violence

She planned attacks on mosques and poisoning halal food, The French prosecution requests the trial of an anti-Muslim group   Mediapar : Lebanon's ambassador to France is targeted by an investigation on suspicion of rape and violence Paris : An investigation has been opened in France on suspicion of rape and deliberate violent practices targeting the Lebanese ambassador to Paris, after two complaints were filed by two former employees of the embassy, ​​according to what sources close to the investigation said Friday, confirming information to the “Mediapar” website.  The first complainant is 31 years old, and in June 2022 she filed a complaint in which she said, according to the text of the police report, that she was raped in May 2020 in a private apartment belonging to Ambassador Rami Adwan, Lebanon's ambassador to Paris since 2017.  In the complaint, the complainant confirms that she refused to have sexual relations and resorted to screaming and crying.  And the woman who was an editor had reported to the police in 2020 that Adwan had beaten her during a fight in his office, without filing a complaint on the pretext of “not destroying this man’s life” while he is married and the head of a family.  She said that she had an "affectionate affair" with the ambassador, who used to practice "psychological and physical violence" against her and insult her daily.  The second complainant is 28 years old, and she established an intimate relationship with the ambassador soon after she started working at the embassy as a trainee in 2018. She filed a complaint last February because, according to her, she was subjected to a series of physical assaults, which often resulted from her refusal to have sexual relations.  The complainant asserts that Ramy Adwan tried to hit her with his car following a quarrel on the sidelines of a forum for peace in Caen, western France, in September.  She also accuses the ambassador of trying to strangle her in her home by shoveling her face into the bed at the end of December.  The ambassador’s legal representative, Karim Belloni, said that his client “denies all accusations of assault of any kind: whether verbal, moral or sexual.”  He added that his client “had romantic relations with these two women, between 2018 and 2022, that were punctuated by disagreements and separations.”  When asked about this file and what it intends to do, especially since Adwan enjoys diplomatic immunity, the Public Prosecution Office in Paris said that it "could not answer at the present time."  For its part, the French Foreign Ministry said, "We have no elements regarding this case, which is being handled by the judiciary and which is covered by the confidentiality of the investigation."

Paris : An investigation has been opened in France on suspicion of rape and deliberate violent practices targeting the Lebanese ambassador to Paris, after two complaints were filed by two former employees of the embassy, ​​according to what sources close to the investigation said Friday, confirming information to the “Mediapar” website.

The first complainant is 31 years old, and in June 2022 she filed a complaint in which she said, according to the text of the police report, that she was raped in May 2020 in a private apartment belonging to Ambassador Rami Adwan, Lebanon's ambassador to Paris since 2017.

In the complaint, the complainant confirms that she refused to have sexual relations and resorted to screaming and crying.

And the woman who was an editor had reported to the police in 2020 that Adwan had beaten her during a fight in his office, without filing a complaint on the pretext of “not destroying this man’s life” while he is married and the head of a family.

She said that she had an "affectionate affair" with the ambassador, who used to practice "psychological and physical violence" against her and insult her daily.

The second complainant is 28 years old, and she established an intimate relationship with the ambassador soon after she started working at the embassy as a trainee in 2018. She filed a complaint last February because, according to her, she was subjected to a series of physical assaults, which often resulted from her refusal to have sexual relations. 

The complainant asserts that Ramy Adwan tried to hit her with his car following a quarrel on the sidelines of a forum for peace in Caen, western France, in September.

She also accuses the ambassador of trying to strangle her in her home by shoveling her face into the bed at the end of December.

The ambassador’s legal representative, Karim Belloni, said that his client “denies all accusations of assault of any kind: whether verbal, moral or sexual.”

He added that his client “had romantic relations with these two women, between 2018 and 2022, that were punctuated by disagreements and separations.”

When asked about this file and what it intends to do, especially since Adwan enjoys diplomatic immunity, the Public Prosecution Office in Paris said that it "could not answer at the present time."

For its part, the French Foreign Ministry said, "We have no elements regarding this case, which is being handled by the judiciary and which is covered by the confidentiality of the investigation."



She planned attacks on mosques and poisoning halal food, The French prosecution requests the trial of an anti-Muslim group

Paris : French anti-terrorism prosecutors have requested the trial of 13 men and three women suspected of planning acts of violence targeting Muslims between 2017 and 2018, including attacks on mosques or poisoning halal food.

The National Counterterrorism Attorney's Office (Pnat) indicates in the request that it wants these 16 members of the secret Operational Forces Action group, founded by a former policeman, to be tried in a criminal court on charges of belonging to a terrorist network.

The final decision rests with the investigative judge responsible for this file, which reflects the growing terrorist threat from the extreme right in France.

They ranged in age from 37 to 74 and came from a variety of social backgrounds. It is suspected that the sixteen defendants, to varying degrees, brought weapons or participated in the manufacture of explosives or surveying mosques to launch attacks.

They may also have planned to use the veiled women of the group to poison the halal food in a supermarket with rat poison.

The defendants are suspected of bringing in weapons or participating in the manufacture of explosives or reconnaissance of mosques to carry out attacks. They also planned to use the group's veiled women to poison the halal food in a supermarket with rat poison

Among the goals mentioned in plans that were sometimes barely accomplished: “kill 200 extremist imams” or the controversial Swiss preacher Tariq Ramadan . The investigation was able to advance thanks to an undercover policeman who participated in several preparatory meetings.

Many of the suspects have a military background. Among their past or present occupations are antiques dealer, diplomat accredited to the French Embassy in El Salvador, nighttime phone taker, human resources consultant, restaurateur, accountant, unemployed, and high school teacher.

Firearms and thousands of ammunition were found during raids at the suspects' homes, including items used to manufacture TATP explosives.

The National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor's Office notes that the suspects "denied having a personal intent to commit acts of violence."

However, according to the Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor’s Office, this “organized group had real purposes to prepare its members for confrontation with a community of Arab-Muslim origin that is seen as an enemy that threatens the culture and safety of the French people, and on the other hand to prepare for attacks of a terrorist nature against symbols or individuals of this group.” class of society.”

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