Category Archives: France

French Government Accused of Following Islamic Law When Calculating Housing Benefits for Muslims

On the official website of the CAF, the government mentions a form of Islamic jurisprudence known as “Kafala” as being valid alongside other documents to prove guardianship of children, leading some to question if the government is following Islamic law.

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State Islam in France

President Macron faces major questions regarding French secularism.

Asked once whether he believed in God, French president Emmanuel Macron replied, “That’s a real question, a complex question. I undoubtedly believe in a transcendence. I am not sure any more that I believe in a God. Yes, I believe in transcendence.”

Another real and complex question for him to answer is that regarding the relationship of the French Republic with Islam. France is a militantly secular country whose militancy has seemed only to grow stronger as the Church grows weaker. France rejects all connection between religion and state; in the mouth of a French intellectual, the words très catho (very Catholic) sound more like an accusation than a description. The ghost of Marshal Pétain—who replaced “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” with “Work, Family, Fatherland”—still rides.

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Islamic Anti-Semitism in France: Toward Ethnic Cleansing

Friday, January 12, 2018. Sarcelles. A city in the northern suburbs of Paris. A 15-year-old girl returns from high school. She wears a necklace with a star of David and a Jewish school uniform. A man attacks her with a knife, slashes her face, and runs away. She will be disfigured the rest of her life.

January 29, again in Sarcelles, an 8-year-old boy wearing a Jewish skullcap is kicked and punched by two teenagers.

A year earlier, in February, 2017, in Bondy, two young Jews wearing Jewish skullcaps were severely beaten with sticks and metal poles. One of the Jews had his fingers cut with a hacksaw.

Before that, in Marseilles, a Jewish teacher was attacked with a machete by a high school student who said he wanted to “decapitate a Jew”. The teacher used the Torah he was carrying to protect himself. He survived but was seriously injured.

In France, anti-Semitic attacks have been multiplying.

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France: Mohammedans Tell Macron To Cool It On Islam

A leading representative of French Muslims urged Emmanuel Macron not to meddle in the organization of France’s second-largest religion, days after the president said he would try to redefine relations between Islam and the state.

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Is it too late for France?

Guy Millière for Dreuz.info (Note – Translated from French)

I would like to think that it is not too late for France. Even if I left without intending to return, if not for short stays, I’m not fully detached from France.

I have my roots there. My Monther tongue is French. I tried for years to fight for France to recover and regain dignity, dynamism, righteousness. I have friends in France, and I know that many French people can not leave and follow the path I took.

Jews can join Israel, but it is not always easy. Those who are not Jewish have few issues. Becoming Canadian is very difficult and requires money and an entrepreneurial spirit. Becoming an American is even more difficult unless you have a lot of money or very high qualifications.

I would like to think that it is not too late for France, yes. But I find it difficult to persuade myself.

The great replacement analyzed by Renaud Camus is in progress and is now very difficult to reverse. Islam is now, in number of practitioners, the first religion in France, and demographics shows that its weight will be even more accentuated. The birth rate in France is around 2 children per woman, which is not alarming in itself, but if we go into the details and we compare the Moslem births and the non-Muslim births (what it is forbidden to do in France but is done elsewhere), we understand Renaud Camus.

Speeches referring to “Islam of France” or “Moderate Islam” carry a pathetic blindness that can reassure those who believe them and want to blind themselves.

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Macron Vows to Reform Islam in France

French President Emmanuel Macron, in a declared effort to “fight fundamentalism” and “preserve national cohesion,” has promised to “lay the groundwork for the entire reorganization of Islam in France.”

According to Macron, the plan, similar in ambition to Austria’s Islam Law, is aimed at seeking to “better integrate” Islam in France in order to “place it in a more peaceful relationship with the state.”

A key priority is to reduce outside interference by restricting foreign funding for mosques, imams and Muslim organizations in France. The plan’s overall objective is to ensure that French law takes precedence over Islamic law for Muslims living in the country.

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How do you say “desperate” in French? Prez Macron Vows to Restructure Islam in France in 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron has claimed he will “lay the groundwork for the entire organisation of Islam in France” in the first half of this year.
He said that he aims to fight fundamentalism and preserve the “national cohesion” of France with his ambitious programme, in an interview with the Journal du Dimanche on Sunday.

France has the largest Muslim population in Europe and has developed one of the most serious problems with Islamic terrorism on the continent, being hit by multiple deadly attacks in recent years.

“We are working on the structuring of Islam in France and also on how to explain it, which is extremely important,” Mr. Macron said.

Buddy your army is on full time patrol of your city streets, at least those in areas you still control but good luck with that “reorganization” thing.

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Will France be the first European country with a Muslim president?

The French ruling class has made ignorance the cornerstone of their policy as they are repressing the dawning awareness that the influx of people is changing their nation. Forever. The society is undergoing a profound demographic transformation it has not witnessed the likes of which since 500 AD and still the government does not keep track of the ethnicity and religion of its inhabitants. Instead, the French establishment propagates the “We are all French” mantra, repeating a strategy that failed during colonialism.

History teaches us that nations change profoundly when Islam becomes an important force. Still, the French elites believe that this law will miraculously not hold good for France. After the colonial period, they saw the French culture disappearing in South East Asia and Africa; now the same is going to happen in their own country. Muslims will not be a majority for many years to come yet, but soon, within one or two decades, they will become one of the most influential political forces.

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France: Migrant Crisis Spirals Out of Control

Hundreds of Africans and Asians armed with knives and iron rods fought running street battles in the northern port city of Calais on February 1, less than two weeks after French President Emmanuel Macron visited the area and pledged to crack down on illegal immigration.

The clashes plunged Calais — emblematic of Europe’s failure to control mass migration — into a war zone and reinforced the perception that French authorities have lost control of the country’s security situation.

The mass brawls, fought in at least three different parts of Calais, erupted after a 37-year-old Afghan migrant running a human trafficking operation fired gunshots at a group of Africans who did not have money to pay for his services. Five Africans suffered life-threatening injuries.

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Rapid response will be central to new French anti-fake news law

“The measures that we will be working on from now until March are to create a law about ‘confidence in information’ that will permit us to act very quickly when a fake news story goes viral, particularly during an election period,” said Nyssen in an interview with Journal du Dimanche on February 4.

I’m pretty sure we all know where this is leading.

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Paris trial sheds light on Muslim terrorists’ efforts to hide after November 2015 attacks

The trial of a drug dealer and slum landlord accused of harbouring two members of the cell that attacked Paris in November 2015 has given the first real glimpse of the tense five days after the deadliest night in France since the second world war.

The trial of Jawad Bendaoud, which opened last month and is the first linked to the attacks that killed 130 people and injured 500 more, has heard from survivors and victims’ relatives who have told horrific stories of loss and the desire to see justice. Bendaoud has provoked anger from relatives over his behaviour in court, where he has jokily bragged about his criminal activities and sex life. He has also openly fought with his co-defendant and fellow dealer, Mohamed Soumah, who is being prosecuted for failing to alert police about the terrorists’ plot. A third man, Yussef Aitboulahcen, the brother of a woman killed in the raid on the terrorists’ hideout, is also on trial.

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How the Muslim Brotherhood is taking over France

On Tuesday, Israeli Middle East expert and Arab affairs commentator, Tzvi Yehezkeli made history when he began to reveal the inside workings of the ongoing Islamic revolution taking place in France and other European countries with a large Muslim majorities.

The goal of his unique and risky mission was to expose the danger the MB poses to the West and Europe in particular and how European governments still fail to see what the Muslim Brotherhood’s plan is all about.

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French prosecutors charge Islamist 5th Columnist Tariq Ramadan with rape

Islamist Tariq Ramadan was charged with rape on Friday, a judicial source said, following claims by two women that he assaulted them in French hotel rooms in 2009 and 2012.
Ramadan, who was arrested by French police on January 28, has now been charged with connected charges of rape and rape of a vulnerable person, a judicial source said.

The accused, a Swiss citizen and the grandson of the founder of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Islamist movement, has furiously denied rape allegations from two women, which emerged late last year, as the Harvey Weinstein scandal unfurled in the US.

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Analysis: How the Muslim Brotherhood is taking over France

On Tuesday, Israeli Middle East expert and Arab affairs commentator, Tzvi Yehezkeli made history when he began to reveal the inside workings of the ongoing Islamic revolution taking place in France and other European countries with a large Muslim majorities.

Yehezkeli, a father of five children, made headlines before with his two and a half hour documentary ‘Allah Islam’ aired in September 2012 when he entered Muslim communities in European countries and exposed the widespread radicalization among Muslims there, hiding his Israeli identity.

This time around, however, Yehezkeli decided to go undercover using business cards and other items suggesting he was a Jordanian businessman heading an export/import company who wanted to donate money to European Muslim charity organizations run by the Muslim Brotherhood

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