Here’s the lowdown. A fire was deliberately set by Muslims in order to lure firefighters & police into an ambush. This sort of pre-meditated attack on first responders by Muslims is common in European cities. This time however French citizens fought back and a local Muslim prayer room was sacked.
The papers are trying desperately to blame it all on “racism”or heaven forbid Islamophobia! The Independent has a particularly egregious headline – “Muslim prayer hall sacked by Corsican mob on Christmas Day – The crowd chanted racist slogans” which attempts to place the blame squarely on the backs of French citizens who were merely defending themselves against violent Muslims.
The Telegraph is no better – Corsican mob trash Muslim prayer room and burn Koran on Christmas Day.
When it comes to Islam trust nothing the MSM or your government tells you.
The facts are French citizens fought back in response to an attack by Muslims, this will scare the shit out of the treasonous multicultists.
Twitter – #Corsica
A Muslim prayer room ransacked in Ajaccio in a punitive expedition
Note the following is Google translated
Muslim prayer room ransacked, burned Korans in part, xenophobic slogans: several hundred people took to Friday in the evening a popular city of Ajaccio where two firefighters and one police officer were injured last night in clashes.
Outside a kebab restaurant located near the city was also damaged in these incidents ended around 9:00 p.m., in the evening of a Christmas under very close surveillance throughout France after the bloody attacks of November 13 to Paris.
“After the intolerable assault Fire, unacceptable desecration of a Muslim place of prayer. Respect the republican law,” tweeted Friday night the Prime Minister, Manuel Valls. The Interior
Minister Bernard Cazeneuve also condemned the attack that targeted the firefighters and the degradation of the prayer hall, citing “intolerable abuses to racism and xenophobia hints”.
The recently executive board chairman Gilles Simeoni Corsican nationalists have won –the December 13 local elections in Corse– was also convicted on BFM TV “racist acts completely contrary to Corsica we want”, after posted on Twitter his support to injured firefighters, as President of the Assembly of Corsica Jean-Guy Talamoni.
During the night of Thursday to Friday, at 0:30, a fire had been “deliberately lit” in the gardens of the Emperor “to attract police and firefighters in an ambush”, says Lalanne. Two firefighters were “seriously” injured by flying glass after “physical assault” during which the windows of their response vehicle were destroyed, according to the sub-prefect. The intervention of the security forces, during which a police officer was slightly injured, lasted until 2:45, at which time calm had returned to the neighborhood.
Demonstration of support for firefighters attacked in Ajaccio
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