Muslims in French Society: Even In Unity, Questions Remain

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 19:22 PM
January 12, 2015

Several thousand people gather to pay tribute to the victims following a shooting by gunmen at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo during a demonstration in Nantes    When excitement of unity marches across France quiet down, questions remain about segregated ‘tolerance’ of Muslims in French society, including investigations both before and after ‘Charlie Hebdo’ journalists were gunned down.  Like this blog recently commented about Australia, apparently, relaxing in denial, French society allows such ‘clear and present dangers’ to fester within its gates.

Reportedly the Kouachi brothers and their companions were under surveillance as members of ‘sleeper’ cell in Paris for years. Why was that surveillance suspended? Police claim they are too understaffed to continue such investigations as it is estimated that thousands of such rebels live openly in France.

So why were such numbers allowed to grow with no interference from government or security forces? And why was extra security removed from ‘Charlie Hebdo’ magazine when it had been fire bombed before? Who told the brothers about timing of full Hebdo staff meetings? How could the two travel a full day in the same stolen car before cornered because a store clerk alerted police?

Moreover, the French government allowed one or both brothers to travel to Yemen and/or Syria for arms training and return. Why did politicians not arrange laws to prevent such travel? Instead, news headlines tell of cringes throughout Europe about what these rebel-trained fighters will do upon returning ‘home’.

Associated Press reporters, Jamey Keaten and Gregory Katz, claim in ‘French PM Acknowledges ‘Failings’ in Preventing Attack’: “France’s prime minister on Friday acknowledged “failings” in intelligence . . . though security experts noted the difficulties in preventing attacks when potential terrorists number in the thousands on official watch lists.”

Keaten and Katz explain:  “Many observers tend to blame poor police work in these types of attacks. Terror-in-ToulouseThey note that the French suspects were on police radar, as were two radical Islamists who killed British soldier Lee Rigby in London in 2013. . . . terrorism experts note other factors: Security services are drowning in data, overwhelmed by the quantity of people and emails they are expected to track, and hampered by the inability to make preemptive arrests in democratic countries.”

So why does a nation carry-on as if things are normal when officials know about thousands of potential terrorists in their mists? What was more important: to spend state finances on: trade pacts, political campaigns, bankers, sports? What?

Last month Soeren Kern wrote ‘The Islamization of France in 2014,’ in which he details nearly complete separation of Muslims in French society––including neighborhoods, employment, schools, prisons, etc. Kern’s study explained the Kouachi brothers radical cell before it exploded a few days ago:

1) “Muslim students are effectively establishing an Islamic parallel society completely cut off from non-Muslim students;” 2) “More than 1000 French supermarkets . . .  have been selling Islamic books that openly call for jihad and the killing of non-Muslims;” and 3) “A report estimates that 60% of the prison population in France, or 40,000 prisoners, are ‘culturally or originally’ Muslim.”

All of Europe and its present and past empires––including the U.S.––had best wake up: World War III has begun and too many of these nations sleep at the helm. As Christian non-fiction prophecy books demand:  “Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober (1 Thessalonians 5: 6).”

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