In the aftermath of the Paris attack, the French police has resorted to forcibly searching Muslims' houses and have not even spared mosques, reports France 24.
In their fury and rage the French police ransacked a suburban mosque despite be4ing offered the key to the mosque by the mosque leader. And the action of police can be well understood as Fethi Chouder, who also serves as a vice mayor, was outside the mosque when the police searched it on Monday night.
Since the November 13 attacks in Paris, nearly 300 searches have been carried out all over France as part of the anti-terrorism effort. Contacted by France 24, criminal lawyer Martine Moscovici explains that the methods used by police during this search are not in any way illegal.