In Paris, the ‘us’ vs. ‘them’ that divides a stricken city won’t heal it: Keith Boag
“…The day after the attack on Charlie Hebdo in January, France declared a national minute of mourning. In a hundred or so cases, students in banlieue schools conspicuously refused to observe it.
We can speculate on what their reasons for doing so might have been.
They could range from a specific disgust at honouring what they considered a blasphemous Charlie Hebdo, to a more generalized feeling of exclusion from French society.
In any case, the isolation of one group from a larger community can spell trouble ahead, and that seems even more likely since Friday.”
Islam is a supremacist cult, there can be no peace with the infidel unless and until they submit to the status of dhimmi.
Look around the world, every Muslim state persecutes its religious and ethnic minorities.
Nowhere does Islam live in peace.
But leave it up to the Good Old CBC to continue spewing the Muslims are the real victims narrative.