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Below is a video of a recent demonstration in Paris against the Islamization of France and the assault (mainly by Muslims) on Christianity. Oz-Rita, who translated the clip for subtitling
Encouraging to see the French finally standing up. It only took 751 No-Go Zones. But was there anyone under 50 in the march?
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The suspect in a Paris newspaper office shooting that left a photographer gravely wounded and other attacks that triggered a two-day nationwide manhunt was arrested Wednesday evening, French authorities said.
Agnes Thibault Lecuivre, a spokeswoman for the French prosecutor’s office, said that “a suspect with a strong resemblance to the shooter” was arrested Wednesday evening in an underground parking lot in Bois-Colombes, 6 miles north of Paris.
She could not confirm French media reports that he is being treated in a hospital.
The motive for the Monday attacks is still unclear. Authorities believed a lone gunman was involved in the shooting at the prominent daily newspaper Liberation, a similar incident at news network BFM-TV, a shooting outside French bank Societe Generale, and a brief hostage-taking in which the suspect hijacked a car.
Authorities released video footage and photos of the shooter, who was wielding a pump-action shotgun.
The shooting prompted cries of concern about attacks on the media. The culture minister called Liberation — an outspoken left-leaning paper founded by Jean-Paul Sartre that has seen financial difficulties and layoffs in recent years — a “pillar of our democracy.”
The man, named by police as Abdelhakim Dekhar, was detained at around 7pm local time (6pm GMT) in a vehicle in an underground car park in the western suburb of Bois-Colombes.
The office of city prosecutors said the reading of the Mr Dekhar’s rights had to be postponed because he was not in a position to be questioned.
Several sources close to the investigation said the suspect was found in a semi-conscious state.
Police sources told AFP that the man arrested is the same Abdelhakim Dekhar who was convicted in 1998 for his links to a “Bonnie-and-Cyde” style murder spree.
Dekhar was accused of buying a gun used in the 1994 attacks by Florence Rey and her lover Audry Maupin.
Three policemen and a taxi driver were killed in the attacks, in a case that gripped France.
Two readers recently sent in links on the Islamization of France, here they are. First a video:
Second, on the Fall of France:
Finkielkraut who October 16 published his latest polemical and best selling work: “L’Identité malheureuse”, sets out his views on France today in a forthright, fearless and provocative fashion. In a pre-publication interview with Le Point he lays out his unvarnished critique of Islamisation in France, the policy of open borders and the dumbing– down of education, thought and culture.
“Unlike many of my contemporaries who have so firmly embraced the multi-cultural and post-literary society on which we are now embarked, I remain obstinately faithful to the France that is crumbling before our very eyes,” Alain Finkielkraut says at the end of his long interview in Le Point.
The same can be said about the United States of America. Unfortunately, Finkielkraut is either schizophrenic or clueless and believes in the myth of Islamophobia:
True Islamaphobia consists in saying ‘your religion is incompatible with our identity, you should not be here’. Such attitudes must be fought with all our energy but we must also insist, in terms of basic rules of hospitality, on respect for our values and our rules.”
Western laws and rules of hospitality mean nothing to those who abide by and want to implement sharia law.
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Low level civil war continues in France.
Some 20 cars have been torched and four people detained in a second night of violence in suburbs west of Paris.
France’s interior minister said Sunday that the incidents overnight targeted the town of Elancourt.
Police union official said on BFM television that about 50 assailants were involved, some firing weapons and a gasoline bomb at police.
The night before, about 250 people hurling projectiles clashed with police firing tear gas in the nearby town of Trappes in apparent protest over the enforcement of France’s ban on Islamic face veils. Five people were injured and six detained in the violence, authorities said Saturday.
The interior minister urged calm and dialogue, insisting on both the need for public order and respect for France’s Muslims. The incident in the town of Trappes on Friday night reflected sporadic tensions between police upholding France’s strict policies of secularism and those who accuse authorities of discriminating against France’s No. 2 religion.
A few garbage dumpsters in the area were torched and a bus shelter shattered in the Trappes unrest. Spent tear gas capsules lay on the road Saturday near the police station at the center of the violence.
A 14-year-old boy suffered a serious eye injury in the violence, from a projectile of unknown provenance, Prosecutor Vincent Lesclous told reporters. Four police officers were injured and six people were detained in the violence, said an official with the regional police administration. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to be named due to his department’s rules.
On Saturday night, fearing new violence, riot police deployed around the town, but the atmosphere appeared calm.
The Friday night violence came after a gathering of about 200-250 people to protest the arrest of a man whose wife was ticketed Thursday for wearing a face veil. The husband tried to strangle an officer who was doing the ticketing, the prosecutor said.
France has barred face veils since 2011. Proponents of the ban — which enjoyed wide public support across the political spectrum — argue the veil oppresses women and contradicts France’s principles of secularism, which are enshrined in the constitution. In addition to small fines or citizenship classes for women wearing veils, the law includes a hefty 30,000 euro ($39,370) fine for anyone who forces a woman to wear one.
The law affects only a very small proportion of France’s millions of Muslims who wear the niqab, with a slit for the eyes, or the burqa, with a mesh screen for the eyes. But some Muslim groups argue the law stigmatizes moderate Muslims, too. France also bans headscarves in schools and public buildings.
The Collective Against Islamophobia in France urged Interior Minister Manuel Valls, who recently joined Muslim leaders in a fast-breaking sundown feast for holy month of Ramadan, to crack down on insults and attacks against Muslims.
Valls urged calm after the Trappes violence, and pledged to stand against “all those who attack Muslim buildings or our compatriots of Muslim faith.”
But he also came down firmly against those who attack police.
“There is no valid reason for the violence seen in Trappes,” he told reporters in the southern city of Marseille, which has seen a wave of urban unrest. “The law should be applied, and applies to everyone.”
The anti-Islamophobia collective said in a statement that it was contacted by the veiled woman ticketed in Trappes on Thursday, and that she said the police officer yanked her by the veil and pushed her mother.
Police argue they are doing their jobs and that veiled women are breaking a well-known law.
Immigration and assimilation fail. Halting immigration of Muslims immediately is the only solution.
Last week, Muslim “youth” in France looted the dead in the tragic train crash.
“They seemed to be helping the victims”. Nathalie Michel, from the Alliance police trade union, describes the scene on air on Europe 1: “At 5.30 pm, while our colleagues were deploying, they see a group of ‘jeunes’ who approach and seem to be helping the victims. Very quickly, they realise that these individuals are there to rob the victims and especially the first corpses,” says the trade union member indignantly.
Many more videos on the Trappes insurgency at fdesouche.com.
Meanwhile, A 15-year old Egyptian girl who rejected her family’s pressures to wear the Islamic headscarf, known as the hijab, shot herself to death using her father’s hand gun, Egyptian media reported.
Maybe France should send headscarf wearing Muslims to Egypt and accept young girls who want to escape Islamic tyranny.
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Why was this Mohamed free in the first place? via dreuz.info
Last day of the trial of former radiologist this morning to Quimper Quimper Assizes. Turn of events, the defendant does not appear and can not be found. Free appearing, he had no problem so far presented to the Court of Assizes. In all, 34 women, 32 between 2005 and 2006, have been victims of rape or sexual abuse by the former head of department of the hospital in Quimperle.
The court ruled in the late morning to return the trial.
The radiologist had been remanded in custody from June 2007 to April 2008, before being placed under judicial control, with disqualification.
The rest of the story via GoV:
Radiologist on trial for sexual assaults and multiple rapes of 32 women
Since Monday the trial of a radiologist has been underway in a criminal court in Finistère, for sexual assaults and rapes that he committed between 2002 and 2006 on 32 young women, some of whom were minors at the time of the assaults.
The doctor, Mohamed Frehat, 55, is accused by 32 young women of sexual assaults and rapes that he committed in the context of his functions as a radiologist at the hospital center of Quimperlé (Finistère). Amongst these, eight were minors at the time of the alleged assaults, and two were less than 15 years old. In total, he is accused of 37 different infractions, 28 of them rape and 9 of assault. The defendant, who denies these facts, was placed in provisional detention as of June 2007 and in April 2008 before being placed under judicial control with the condition of being forbidden to practice his profession.
The accused, the father of two daughters, practiced radiology at the hospital centre of Quimperlé since 2002.
In May 2005 two of his patients filed complaints against him for sexual assault presumed to have been committed during medical exams, but the complaints are classified without follow-up.
However, his superiors requested that he no longer perform any radiology exams alone. In 2006 new complaints for the same type of behaviour of the same nature were registered. The justice system forbids the radiologist from practicing any vaginal ultrasound or mammography.
Violating these instructions, the doctor is alleged to have continued to do these trans-vaginal ultrasounds, sometimes on minors without the consent of their parents, eliciting further complaints.
The radiologist, originally from Algeria, defended himself through the course of the first day of trial by asserting that during the exams he was trying to get a diagnosis as quickly as possible.
Note to American mothers – do not let your daughters visit a Muslim doctor, particularly if his name is Mohamed.
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No jihad yet? More at Atlas Shrugs
Previous posts on Charlie Hebdo here and on our Toons page here, including Charlie Hebdo Editor: “I live under French law; I don’t live under Koranic law.”
But the interior minister cannot talk about
radical Islam as a motive.
Interior Minister Manuel Valls said in a statement that the man was arrested Wednesday morning in the Yvelines region, just west of Paris. The soldier, Pvt. Cédric Cordiez, 25, was stabbed in the neck with a short-bladed knife in La Défense, a shopping mall and underground transportation hub west of Paris. He was treated at a military hospital and released on Monday.
Officials initially said that the stabbing seemed to echo an attack last week on a British soldier, who was hacked to death on a London street by two men the British authorities have identified as radicalized British Muslims. On Wednesday, the Paris public prosecutor, François Molins, said investigators believed that the suspect had indeed “acted in the name of his religious ideology,” given the character and timing of the attack, after the London killing, as well as a “prayer” he said shortly before it.
The man, whom Mr. Molins identified only as Alexandre D., confessed to the police officers who arrested him, Mr. Molins told reporters. He is believed to have targeted Private Cordiez, one of a small group of soldiers on an antiterror patrol, as a “representative of the state,” apparently intending to kill him, Mr. Molins said.
Mr. Valls urged caution and said, “I cannot talk about radical Islam.” Investigators want to know more about the suspect’s motivation, background and family environment, Mr. Valls said.
Mr. Molins said Alexandre D. had been known to the police since 2009, when he was submitted to an identity check for praying in the street. According to Le Monde, a French intelligence service had identified him as becoming more radical in February.
Illegally praying in the street. See links to video at the bottom of this post.
The police said he was identified by video footage from the crime scene and by traces of his DNA that were found on items left behind in a plastic bag, including a knife and a bottle. He has not yet been charged.
On the French television channel i-Télé, Mr. Valls warned of a growing number of young radicals in France similar to Mohammed Merah, a radical Islamist gunman who killed seven people in and around the southwestern city of Toulouse last year.
Mr. Valls said that there were “several dozen, perhaps several hundred, potential Merahs in our country,” and that young French Muslims were being “radicalized” on the Internet and by extremist imams.
Taking away the internet won’t take away the Koran or Mohammed’s example.
He told the newspaper Le Figaro that “no fewer than 120 French jihadists” were involved in the Syrian civil war and that about 60 percent of them were allied with fighters from Al Qaeda. About 30 have returned to France and are under surveillance, he added.
The attacker, described by the police as bearded and tall, approached Private Cordiez from behind while he was on patrol with two colleagues, stabbed him in the neck and disappeared into a crowd. French news agencies, quoting sources close to the investigation, reported that the suspect was seen on video praying a few minutes before the attack and that he was a recent convert to Islam already known to the police for his strong religious convictions.
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When French mother Bouchra Bagour had a baby on Sept. 11, she named her son Jihad (a not uncommon first name in some Muslim countries). Three years later, she sent her toddler to nursery school wearing a T-shirt that said “I am a bomb” on the front and read “Jihad, born on 11 September” on the back. This week, she’s defending her actions in court.
The T-shirt was a gift from Bagour’s 29-year-old brother, Zeyad Bagour. Jihad’s teacher spotted the 3-year-old wearing his controversial clothing in class last September. She alerted the police, who later charged Bagour with “glorifying crime,” according to the BBC.
At Bagour’s trial in Avignon, France, the 35-year-old mom from the town of Sorgues insisted that the shirt wasn’t meant to provoke or defend terrorism. Instead, she was hoping for a chuckle.
She thought the shirt would “make people laugh,” Sky News reports.
Her brother and co-defendent also denied the charges.
“It’s the day (of) his birth I wanted to highlight, not the year,” he told the court, according to the BBC.
Prosecutors aren’t amused. They’re hoping to fine Bouchra $1,300 and hit her brother with a fine of about $3,900.
“The most scandalous thing is that they’ve used and manipulated a 3-year-old child to voluntarily convey the words of a terrorist,” lawyer Claude Avril told Sky News.
The trial will be decided on April10.
A MUM who sent her three-year-old son named “Jihad” to nursery school wearing a top bearing the words “I am a bomb” is to go on trial in France.
Beneath the boy’s name on the back of the jumper were the words “Born on the 11 September” – the date of the 9/11 terror attacks on New York’s twin towers.
The muslim mum was reported to police by the boy’s outraged teacher and has now been charged with supporting a terrorist act.
Thierry Lagneau, the mayor of the southern French town of Sorgues, said: “We fully support charges being brought against this woman for provoking hatred and terrorism in one of our schools.
“This was an utterly irrespoinsible act by the boy’s mother, who used their son to promote a violent political belief of her own.”
The divorced mother said the jumper was a gift to her from the boy’s uncle and has insisted the message on the top was not meant to be provocative.
She also told police her son’s genuine birthdate was September 11, 2009.
The 32-year-old woman will appear in court in Avignon on December 19, when she faces a suspended prison sentence and fine of up to 800 pounds.
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Update 1: Thirty+ hostages reported killed in Algeria assault – no word if the Americans, if there were any actually taken hostage, are dead or alive and the White House and State Dept. are SILENT.
“The terrorists told us at the very start that they would not hurt Muslims but were only interested in the Christians and infidels,” another survivor, a 53-year-old local man called Abdelkader, told Reuters news agency. “We will kill them, they said.” He added: “The terrorists seemed to know the base very well … moving around, showing that they knew where they were going.”
Officials told the Associated Press the deceased American is Texas resident, Frederick Buttaccio.
A Mauritanian news site that often reports news from North African extremists received a statement Friday about the Al Qaeda-linked group offering to trade two Americans being held for two terror figures jailed in the United States. One of the two, Omar Abdel Rahman, masterminded the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Obama’s meddling in Mali is coming home to roost. If U.S. troops weren’t on the ground before, they’ll likely have to be soon to rescue the U.S. hostages.
(Reuters) – Islamist fighters seized dozens of Western and Algerian hostages in a dawn raid on a natural gas facility deep in the Sahara on Wednesday and demanded France halt a new offensive against rebels in neighboring Mali.
Three people, among them one British and one French, were reported killed, but details were sketchy and numbers of those held at Tigantourine ranged from 41 foreigners – including perhaps seven Americans as well as Japanese and Europeans – to over 100 local staff, held separately and less closely watched.
What is clear is that with a dramatic counterpunch to this week’s French build-up in Mali, the region’s loosely allied, al Qaeda-inspired radicals have set Paris a daunting dilemma and spread fallout from Mali’s hitherto obscure civil war far beyond northwest Africa, challenging Washington as well as Europeans and shutting down a major gas field that pumps energy to Europe.
The attack, which Algeria said was led by a veteran, Afghan-trained holy warrior-cum-smuggler dubbed “The Uncatchable” by French intelligence, came just as French ground troops in Mali launched their first assault after six days of air strikes.
The United States, which like European powers endorsed France’s decision to intervene last week against Islamists who have seized vast tracts of northern Mali, confirmed Americans were among the hostages and said it would work to “secure” them.
Western and African governments have been alarmed by a flow of weapons and fighters across the unmarked Sahara borders following the end of Libya’s civil war in 2011 and fear that Mali, where Islamists drive the national army from the north nine months ago, could become an Afghan-style al Qaeda haven.
And who funded the Libyan “rebels” and aided them with air support?
The militants, who said they had dozens of fighters in the gas field, issued no explicit threat but made clear to media in neighboring Mauritania the hostages’ lives were at risk.
“We hold the Algerian government and the French government and the countries of the hostages fully responsible if our demands are not met and it is up to them to stop the brutal aggression against our people in Mali,” read one statement from the group, which called itself the “Battalion of Blood”.
In other comments carried by the Mauritanian news agency ANI, the group said its fighters had rigged explosives around the site and any attempt to free the hostages would lead to a “tragic end”. The unusually large numbers of gunmen and hostages involved pose serious problems for any rescue operation.
After dark, ANI quoted a militant source saying fighters had repelled a raid by Algerian troops. He added that the hostage-takers’ weaponry included mortars and anti-aircraft missiles.
The militants said seven Americans were among the 41 foreign hostages – a figure U.S. officials said they could not confirm.
If you can’t understand that, try this:
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Interior Minister Manuel Valls said Tuesday that 1,193 vehicles were burned overnight around the country. Clashes between police and offenders in the New Year’s Eve took place in the Muslim majority districts in the city of Strasbourg and Mulhouse. About seven police officers were attacked New Years eve night.
Around 1,200 cars were burned by rioting Muslims on the New Year’s Eve in France, where the mass burning cars in the national holidays are kind of tradition among Muslim residents of the disadvantaged suburbs of immigrants.
In recent years, the celebration of the New Year and the Bastille Day (July 14) in France is often marked by mass burning cars as well. On the night of January 1, 2010, there were 1,137 thousand cars burned on the night of January 1, 2009 – 1,147 thousand were burned.
In the summer of 2010, the Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux made the decision to stop the practice of counting the demonstrators, as they claimed it only encourages the Muslim youths to commit such crimes . The current Minister of the Interior said that “the French people should know the truth.”
The American media has mostly not reported on these incidents, and when they do rarely mention their background or religion.
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A French weekly known for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to the ire of conservative Muslims said Sunday it plans to release a comic book biography of Islam’s founder that will be researched and educational.
Since the publication of the Danish cartoons of Muhammad in Charlie Hebdo in 2006, the media await the slightest hair beard of the prophet who could appear in the newspaper. They watch the scandal. Is it outrageous to represent Muhammad? Abdennour Bidar, philosopher, scholar of Islam, answers this question when tiring out the newsstand Muhammad’s life in comics.
Charlie Hebdo: When was the prohibition of depicting Muhammad Sunni Muslims and how they justify it?
Abdennour Bidar: Firstly, it should be noted that there is not in the Koran itself passing an explicit prohibition on images, unlike the Bible – in Exodus, including the second of Ten Commandments prohibits “graven image.” The reason for this prohibition is not to be found in the letter of the text, and essentially no more in this fatwa (decision jurists-theologians) at such time. The reason is metaphysical Islam wants to assert transcendence – God, the Koran, the Prophet – with such radical as any depiction of Muhammad is charged in advance to set up an “idol”, that is to say an image representation that purports to substitute a “physical”, “sensitive” to an individual who is installed by faith “beyond” everything you can imagine it … Mohammed, Mohammed or rather, is somehow too holy to be embodied in an image, which could only “devalue” its spiritual reality … The difference with Christianity, which instead represents the transcendence of the Father in the Son – “multi-represented” on the Cross throughout history.
Following the interview is to read in the 1072 Charlie Hebdo, on newsstands from Wednesday, January 2, 2013, and the Special Edition is now available on our online store .
Who owns Muhammad? At all. He is the prophet of Muslims, of course, but for others it is a historical figure or a caption. Can caricature drawing Muhammad as Jesus or Napoleon Zorro.
When Muhammad cartoon in Charlie, we caricature above is the idea that makes the extremists, or are used to oppose Muhammad Muslim radicals. In all cases, it is the vision of God’s fools that determines the way we think Muhammad. We must tell the truth you do not know Muhammad. In the West, everybody can quote episodes from the life of Jesus, but include an episode from the life of Muhammad? Is this normal in a country like France, where Islam is presented as a second religion?
We imaged the life of Muhammad as the chroniclers have told Muslims. No humor added. If the form will appear blasphemous to some, the bottom is perfectly halal …
For you to see.
Forgot to mention that the last time Charlie Hebdo featured Mohammid on a cover, those peaceful Muslims firebombed the magazine’s office building.
Update: A quick browse around to see which sites adhere to sharia law and didn’t publish the picture. Huffpo, Independent UK, France 24,…some chose to run this image:
Stumbled across Blazing Catfur who had a look inside the first comic book.
Tolerating the intolerant. via Islam v Europe:
It’s a story that has a nursery school in Montargis, in Loiret, boiling. Now that the end of year celebrations are approaching, the headmistress of the school has decided to deschedule the traditional visit of Father Christmas to the classes. Officially, it’s because of financial problems. The parents, stunned, denounce religious motives.
For some parents of the nursery school in Grand-Clos, there is no doubt: the reason for the cancellation of the visit of the gentleman in red with the white beard is “religious”. One mother said, this Wednesday, in “Le Parisien – Aujourd’hui en France” : “The headmistress explained to me that she didn’t want to get her knuckles rapped by certain Muslim families”, she says.
A problem confirmed by the assistant to the mayor of Montargis, responsible for children’s affairs. He adds that “each year, families threaten to boycott the school on the day of Father Christmas’ visit”. The headmistress therefore appears to have given in. For some, “it’s too much”. According to them, it’s a question of the “islamisation of an educational institution”.
“I went to see the headmistress to find out the reasons for this cancellation,” recalls the mother of a young girl who wishes to preserve her anonymity, “and she explained to me that she didn’t want to have her fingers rapped by certain Muslim families.” The headmistress, who has been in charge of the school in Grand-Clos for a few weeks, also invoked this argument to the mayor’s office who called her for explanations. “She admitted to us that she had called the previous headmistress to learn how to deal with the families who, each year, threaten to boycott the school on the day of Father Christmas’ visit,” recalls Jean-Paul Fonteneau, assistant in charge of children’s affairs and teaching.
Source: Le Parisien
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From Algeria, A Dire Warning to the West About Islamization
When I was a teenager I thought that my ancestors were idiots, useless imbeciles for having accepted this miserable religion 15 centuries ago. I was ashamed of my people of origin. I forgot that they had simply been beaten in war and submitted to their conquerors who hurried to rewrite their history.
That twisted history that I learned myself at school and had to unlearn on my own, through effort and perseverance. Looking at France, Belgium, Germany, England, Spain and lots of other countries too, I realize that even people who have been warned can be islamized by stealth, by small innocent touches. In truth, it’s their political, cultural and economic environment that is being islamised under the attacks of new unassimilable North African populations.
As usual, the jihadists islamize the “continent” and the leaders first, then the “human content” adapts bit by bit after one or two generations. It’s a quiet colonisation of spirits and space. Of course the leaders of France deny it. It’s as if you’re looking at the big hand on a watch: fix your eyes on it and you would swear that it doesn’t move, but after a while it’s in a different place all the same. They fell for it!
French men, French women, don’t be surprised if one day the islamists force you to rewrite your own history. I say to you: don’t be surprised if you happen to notice it. They already forbid you, just by being there, from mentioning the battle of Poitiers and Charles Martel. In expecting you to teach in your schools that Charles Martel did not fight Islam, but only some undisciplined Muslim soldiers who took to pillaging.
They are already obliging you to revise your national identity by making you say publicly that Islam is one of the roots of France, waiting till it becomes the only root. They already claim Victor Hugo was a Muslim, Commander Cousteau was a religious fanatic 5 times a day and that Bonaparte admired the genius of Islamic civilisation.
You listen soberly to Malek Chebel telling you about the Golden Age of Islam and to a “really nice” reading of the Koran without anyone laughing at it openly. You already let Bouteldja insulte you with impunity on all the television panels and MRAP drags you in front of the courts with the first breath that isn’t halal. You already hear Tariq Ramadan keep trotting out to you that jihad is a defensive combat, without anyone asking what the Muslims were defending themselves from in North Africa, Spain, the Balkans, India, Vienna and Poitiers.
You are already eating halal without knowing it and if this goes on, soon you will close your butcher’s shops and your bar terraces, without knowing it either. They have already put you on your knees by forcing you to acknowledge the greatest lie in history, namely that the West discovered philosophy, mathematics, science, astronomy and technology thanks to Islam which generously passed them on to you (all the same forgetting to pass them on to Muslims).
Soon, you will be ashamed in bulk of Pierre and Marie Curie, Voltaire, Pasteur, Flaubert, Claude Levis Strauss, Molière, Louis IV and Jean Moulin. These renegades betrayed the Islamic roots of France!
Islam doesn’t give a damn about the truth, history and the identity of peoples. The only thing that counts for it is that these people submit to its law. It demands therefore as a sign of submission that these peoples themselves revise their own history, making a travesty of the truth, deny their collective identity, change their cultural references, profane their ancient religious places and discredit their own symbols. This is what all the people conquered by Arabo-Islamism have done. This is what the majority of elite intellectuals, almost all elected representatives, the majority of artists and almost all the French media. Only the ordinary people remain, silently enraged. And even the ordinary people are infested with the suicidally naive.
I say to the French people who are collaborating and the French people who are sleeping: France, and beyond that all of Europe, is at an advanced stage of its islamization from on high. You have already accepted Islam from the moment where the you complain about radical Islamand Salafists. That implies that you don’t have a problem with living under the yoke of an Islam that is temporarily more soft.
Don’t delude yourself: even the softest Islam will never renounce Sharia. Even if the islamist leaders in France promulgated a 100 year moratorium on everything that bothers the French, Sharia will remain a sword of Damocles that will fall fatally on your heads one day, unless you oppose Islam firmly and at the official level, without appeal. Continue reading
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Or, as the RT report and French politicians claim, the poor and unemployed are “converting to radical Islam.” What are they converting from and what are the authentic sources of radical Islam? h/t Europe News
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