France Submits to Terrorism, Muslim Anti-Semitism

Mohamed Merah

“…Calls to jihad can be heard from countless mosques throughout the country each week. A recent book, Partition, lists the addresses of 150 of them.

Incitement to kill Jews is frequent in the almost 600 no-go zones that exist in France. Leaflets stipulating “if you meet a Jew, kill him”, were recently distributed in the Paris suburbs, near places where street prayers occur. “Death to Jews” and “Slit Jews’ Throats” can increasingly be heard in organized street protests. Synagogues have been attacked in Paris, Sarcelles and Marseilles.

In the five years since Mohammed Merah’s murders, French Muslims have attacked more Jews.”

  • David_Martin

    It’s 1939 all over again for the Jews of France – only this time they have somewhere to go.
    They are who Canada should be encouraging to immigrate not Mo’s on welfare.

    • Justin is a traitorous vote whore, as is the bulk of our political class.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      That will never happen. The scuzzy liebs and dippers will keep them out ; just like the ME Christians.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Figure about half of the French Jews will never leave no matter what. They’re too old too poor too rich too whatever. That leaves about 300,000 people who are going to leave sooner rather than later. Already the Jewish population of France is decreasing by at least 2% a year which is huge for a country not actually at war. It doesn’t not include the people who effectively already did leave but are quiet about it, for instance the people who have moved their families out of the country but still themselves work in France during the week. That rate will only increase. If I were the Israeli government I would offer them new homes in Judea and Samaria at a discount. Move them in to ‘east’ Jerusalem and surrounding areas.

    • David_Martin

      My wife’s cousin who lives in Ariel in Judea and Samaria is already complaining that the French immigrants are driving house prices up.

  • Arm French people.

    Oh, why bother?