How odd. It's hard to imagine what this "36-year-old from a Paris suburb" could have had against reporters, since most mainstream media reporters are eager to downplay and obfuscate news of Islamic jihad activity, and to smear and defame those working against jihad violence and Islamic supremacism. Perhaps Niraj Warikoo and Patricia Montemurri of the Detroit Free Press, or Bob Smietana of the Tennessean, or Christiane Amanpour could give some seminars for French journalists on how to report only what Islamic supremacists want reported.
"France deports Tunisian Islamist for threatening reporters," from AFP, August 9:
France on Friday arrested and deported a Tunisian Islamist suspected of wanting to harm two reporters, the interior ministry said.
The 36-year-old from a Paris suburb was known as being "close" to radical Islam and had "several times shown willingness to take part in the jihad in Syria" with a group linked to Al-Qaeda named Jabhat al Nusra, said the ministry in a statement.
The man was allegedly "implicated in several plans of violence notably relating to two journalists".
"In light of these elements, this individual constituted a real threat to state and public security," the ministry said....