Two Muslim women were repeatedly stabbed under the Eiffel Tower by two racist women who committed acts of violence and insults against Arabs.
French police arrested the two suspects, and one of the survivors said a woman pulled a knife, attacked and stabbed her in her skull, arm, and ribs.
The victims of the attack have been identified as French, of Algerian descent, one named Kenza, 49, and the other Amal, a few years her junior.
The public prosecutor said that the dispute between the two teams arose due to a dispute over dogs, as the two Muslim women sought permission to remove the dogs from their family, but they refused and decided to attack them, and are now facing charges of attempted murder.
Kenza told the French newspaper Liberation: We went for a walk at a park near the Eiffel Tower and did a little tour in it, and while we were walking, two dogs were approaching us, the children were afraid, and my cousin asked the two women if it was possible to keep their dogs with them because the children were afraid.
And Kanza continued: The two women refused, and one of them took out a knife, and hit me in the skull, on the back, and in the ribs, and then attacked my cousin.
A source in the investigation said that Kanza was stabbed six times and ended up in the hospital with a long hole, while Amal underwent surgery on one of her hands.
It is reported that President Emmanuel Macron is working on a bill to confront Islamic extremists, as he said that they are creating a parallel society outside the French values, and at the same time members of the Muslim community in France who are more than 5 million people complain about Islamophobia and the repression of mosques and Islamic organizations.