<h4>French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed on Tuesday, that the authorities intend to continue their strict policy with all those who "pose a threat to the republic", four days after the killing of the teacher, Samuel Patty, was slaughtered.<\/h4>\r\nMacron said at a press conference after a visit to the Saint-Denis suburb police directorate, northeast of the capital.\r\n\r\nMacon said that<a href="http:\/\/"We will not tire and will make all the necessary efforts. Radical Islamists will not pass," Macron said at a press conference after a visit to the Saint-Denis suburb police directorate, northeast of the capital."> "We will spare efforts and will try our best. Radical Islamists will not pass<\/a>," Macron said at a press conference after a visit to the Saint-Denis suburb police directorate, northeast of the capital.\r\n\r\nMacron announced the dissolution of several Islamic associations that pose a threat to France. In this regard, he said, "Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, we will dissolve some associations, including the Sheikh Yassin Association."\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/france-expel-231-foreigners-following-teacher-beheading\/">The French President indicated that the authorities will increase security operations in combating extremism and terrorism<\/a>, after the police carried out, on Monday, 34 security operations "not linked" to the recent attack.\r\n\r\nMacron emphasized the readiness of the state to protect French citizens, "including Muslim citizens."\r\n\r\nAccording to the authorities, the "Sheikh Yassin" association, founded by Abdel Hakim Sefriwi, is considered a platform for spreading hatred and promoting extremism.\r\n\r\nPolice had arrested Abdel Hakim Sefriwi after he published a video in which he incited the teacher, who was slaughtered by a Chechen refugee, last Friday.