A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in France and Belgium: March 2017

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And now this as the very morning I put this podcast together

April 20. 3 policemen attacked on the streets of Paris,France. One killed 2 seriously wounded

And so it goes on. We all know the cause, We all who is causing it, We all know where it is coming from!

Yet We are still in total and utter denial that there is a problem even to the extent of in Canada making plans to strip Canadians of their right to 'SO CALLED FREE SPEECH" given to us under Section #2 of our Charter...................

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10232/islam-multiculturalism-france-belgium

by Soeren Kern

Islam and Multiculturalism in France and Belgium

March 2. In a landmark trial at the Paris Children’s Court, a 17-year-old Turkish jihadist, identified only as Yussuf K., was sentenced to seven years in prison for attacking Benjamin Amsellem, a Jewish teacher in Marseille.

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March 2. The European Parliament voted to lift the immunity from prosecution for National Front leader Marine Le Pen for tweeting images of Islamic State violence. Under French law, publishing violent images can be punished by up to three years in prison and a fine of €75,000 euros ($79,000). 

March 4. The mayor of the French port of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, signed a decree prohibiting aid groups from distributing meals to migrants and refugees at the site of the former “Jungle” migrant camp. 

March 6. President François Hollande vowed to “do everything in his power” to prevent Marine Le Pen from winning the upcoming presidential election in France. 

March 7. The 17th Criminal Tribunal of Paris acquitted the Moroccan-born French-Jewish scholar Georges Bensoussan of hate speech charges. 

March 12. Mohammad Khan Wazir, a 30-year-old migrant from Afghanistan, was sentenced by the Criminal Court of Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes) to 18 months in prison for threatening to assassinate the city’s judges.

He allegedly said that he wanted to “go to court with a Kalashnikov to kill them all.” 

March 13. Sonia Imloul, a 43-year-old activist and the former head of a deradicalization program, was found guilty by the Paris Criminal Court of embezzling and laundering public funds. 

March 15. Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux said that French security forces would begin dismantling the Grande-Synthe migrant camp on the northern coast near the port of Dunkirk “as soon as possible” after violent clashes at the site. 

March 16. An Ifop poll found that 71% of French people believe the security situation in France has deteriorated during the past five years.

March 17. A 30-year-old Muslim man yelling “Allahu Akhbar” slit the throats of his father and brother in the courtyard of their apartment building in Paris.

March 17. Presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the Left Party, proposed a solution to the debate over sharia-compliant meals in French schools.

March 18. Ziyed Ben Belgacem, a 39-year-old French national of Tunisian origin, was shot dead at Paris Orly airport, the second-busiest airport in France, after grabbing a soldier’s gun

March 20. A confidential police report revealed that more than 50 organizations in Molenbeek, a migrant-dominated neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium, are believed to have ties to jihadist terrorism. 

March 20. French Muslims between the ages of 14 and 16 are far more likely than non-Muslims to hold to “religious absolutism” and be “tolerant of taking violent action for ideological reasons” than non-Muslims, according to a survey of radicalism among French high school students. 

March 22. An Ipsos poll for France Television and Radio France found that 61% of the French believe that Islam is incompatible with French society.

March 22. In an interview with De Morgen to mark the first anniversary of the jihadist attacks in Brussels, Mayor Yvan Mayeur warned: “Everyone knows that all mosques in Brussels are in the hands of Salafists.

March 25. French anti-terrorism judges charged two men suspected of involvement in supplying a weapon to the gunman killed at Paris’s Orly airport on March 18 after seizing the weapon of a soldier. 

March 29. Flanders, one of three official regions of Belgium, announced that it will impose new restrictions on the ritual slaughter of animals.

March 30. The French Council of the Muslim Faith (Conseil français du culte musulman, CFCM), the official interlocutor between the French state and the country’s Muslim community, in a bid to curb radical Islam, published a 12-point charter regarding the role of imams in society.

March 31. Up to a thousand Muslims rolled out rugs and prayed on the streets of Clichy, a northern suburb of Paris, to protest the closure of a mosque on rue Estienne-d’Orves. The mosque was shuttered after its lease expired and the municipality voted to turn the building into a library. 

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And so it goes on!

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