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French-born Muslim Adel Defilaux tells how a man turned up at his shop in Brick Lane, east London, and demanded he take down a ‘Je Suis Charlie’ sign
Cafe owner Adel Defilaux, 32, received a death threat after displaying a ‘Je suis Charlie’ sign outside his cafe.
2:22PM GMT 14 Jan 2015
Police are investigating after a shop owner received death threats for placing a “Je Suis Charlie” sign outside his coffee shop.
Adel Defilaux, a French-born Muslim, was confronted by a furious man who demanded he take it down.
The slogan has become a symbol of the mass movement created after themassacre of 12 people at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine.
But the man complaining ranted thatanyone supporting the magazine should die.
Mr Defilaux failed to calm him down and the man left The Antishop in Brick Lane, east London, saying…
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