SHOCK VIDEO: Muslims are illegally taking over the streets of Paris.
Muslims are illegally imposing Islam onto the streets and people of Paris, France.In a show of conquering strength (and to intimidate all "non-believers") large numbers of Muslims are now routinely and illegally blocking streets in Paris on the pretense of needing the space to hold their impromptu "prayers meetings" whenever they like.
No other group would get away with such behavior but when it comes to Muslims even the police are afraid to intervene despite the fact they are breaking the law. Instead police collude with Muslims by preventing opposition in the interests of "community cohesion".
|Muslims illegally taking over the streets of Paris.|
More than two thirds of French and German people now consider the integration of Muslims into their societies a failure, pollster IFOP said in a survey published on Jan. 5. In France, where Islam is the second-largest religion after Catholicism, 42 percent saw it as a threat to national identity.
"This has become a key political issue," said Frederic Dabi, IFOP's head of research. "Street prayers and the perceived growing influence of Islam are seen as impinging on French values of secularism, communal living."
Controversy over the street prayers has translated into growing confidence within the National Front, some 15 months before a presidential election likely to see a battle for votes between the far right and Sarkozy's center-right UMP party, reports Reuters.
National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen has said he expects the party to outdo its electoral performance in 2002, when it knocked out the mainstream Socialist candidate in the first round of voting, but then lost to Jacques Chirac.
"These fears hang mostly on symbols: minarets in Switzerland, the niqab (full-face veil) in France, even the halal Quick menu," Dabi said, referring to a fast-food chain which recently opened a range of halal-only restaurants in France and Belgium. "The far right is playing on these fears."
Le Pen's comments seem to be taking hold. A poll published by TNS Sofres this week, showed that support for National Front ideas has grown by 12 percentage points over the past year.
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