France update: "Death to Jews, War Against France, French are Pigs, Death to French Police…"


Update thanks to Pamela Geller:

 Imam Calling for War against France, Muslims March Screaming “Death to the Jews!”

Here’s the English version, thanks to Vlad:

This  shocking video is made in Paris last Friday, September 16th, in the islamized district of Barbès (18th district of Paris).

Days before this Friday, the French Interior Minister (Claude Guéant) had said publicly, on TV, that all the public Muslim prayers are for now on forbidden in France.

So, we sent a special reporter in the streets where, each Friday, for 15 years, the Muslims had been praying illegally on the ground. Our reporter videotaped a salafist preacher calling for war against France, in front of the Polonceau mosque (in the 18th district of Paris), and calling for the death of the French police and the French people “pigs”.

Then, he videotaped pro-Hamas extremists marching in the streets of Paris with a big Hamas flag, and screaming “Death to the Jews !” And, then, he videotaped the Muslims praying on the ground in front of a barracks that had been renovated by the French authorities for them. (of course, this renovation was illegal, since it is forbidden to give public funds to a religion)

Persecuted French Muslims? (Waghorn Blog)

The alleged persecution of French Muslims is an extravagant fantasy

“Where France and Islam are concerned, the true scandal is not the legally-sanctioned oppression of Muslims but of the State-supported suppression of free-speech.”

Vote for me! Vote for my Freedom Sack! 

One Frenchwoman — who wears an Islamic face veil in protest — is turning heads, as she announced Thursday that she wants to run for president in next year’s elections. (source)

Sharia in Belgium:

France is cooking it to the point of no return:

France still looks like and feels like France in the centre of Paris. You do not have to travel very far from the usual tourist sites, however, to start to understand the French ban on the full Islamic face-veil, which saw the first token conviction this week.

One tourist site that has quietly slipped off the traditional itineraries, for very good reasons, is the Basilica of Saint-Denis. Resting place of French kings and queens for more than a thousand years, the cathedral will see the interment next year of recently rediscovered remains of Henry IV. Ask Parisians if they have ever been to visit and they will say, almost uniformly, that they have not.

France’s equivalent to Westminster Abbey sits is today a forsaken Christian island in a surrounding Islamic sea. The population is 70% Muslim. French police publicly list much of the district as a no-go area. Walking through the area, one wonders not only whether one is really in France but whether one is even in Europe.

Saint-Denis requires a short trip from central Paris to be seen but the increasing Islamisation of France is visible even within the confines of central Paris proper. Within minutes of the tourist district of Montmartre, locals have had to put up with the police-assisted shutdown of public streets each Friday to facilitate Islamic prayers. Quite literally, the streets have been handed over weekly to French Muslims, complete with cordons preventing locals from passing through. The area also grows ever more unsafe for non-Muslims. A gay acquaintance of mine has been attacked three times in the neighbourhood while travelling to visit friends.

A new law has recently addressed public prayer but it remains to be seen whether the French authorities will take it any more seriously than their niqab-ban – because, notwithstanding the Europe-wide wave of condemnation from human rights lawyers and deluded feminist organisations when the face-veil ban was first passed, it has long since become clear that the French state is not even remotely interested in enforcing it or in responding to growing French anger at the erosion of their culture and the outright surrender of tracts of their country.

Despite being passed in April, the ban on the veil has been more or less completely ignored by French Muslims and French police alike. Not even a hundred women breaking the law have been stopped by police since its passage. The police can in any case do no more than send on a file. Of these, ‘fewer than ten’ are considered active by the French Ministry for Justice. Even by the febrile standards of the routinely hysterical multicultural left, the alleged-wave of persecution against French Muslims is an exceptionally extravagant fantasy.

The case of this week’s conviction is a revealing. The French Muslim in question, Hind Ahmas, was only stopped after donning the illegal veil and staging a public provocation outside the local townhall, which is pretty much the bare minimum a French Muslim has to do to get the authorities to pretend to enforce the law. One suspects that she is more than delighted at her conviction as she has already announced her intention to appeal to the French Supreme Court and then if necessary to the European Court of Human Rights in order to get the law annulled entirely. What is at stake in this week’s case is not French Islam but whether the French Republic still possesses the will or even the ability to preserve its republican culture.

Where France and Islam are concerned, the true scandal is not the legally-sanctioned oppression of Muslims but of the State-supported suppression of free-speech. One only has to glance at how France treats anyone with an unkind word about the religion. The contrast with its desultory ban on the veil could not be clearer.

When, a few years ago, a philosophy teacher by the name of Robert Redeker wrote in Le Figaro newspaper that Muhammad was ‘a merciless warlord, a looter, a mass-murderer of Jews and a polygamist’ and that the Koran is ‘a book of incredible violence’ he was quickly forced into hiding after credible death-threats. Instead of the French Republic rallying to the support of free speech and the basic liberties of one of its citizens, he faced an extraordinary wave of elite condemnation for having ventured to speak of Islam in such terms in the first place. The cravenness of the response is all the more stark given that both were statements of historical fact.

Leading French novelist Michel Houellebecq found himself in court after less-objectively calling Islam ‘the stupidest religion’ and criticising the literary merits of the Koran. He was acquitted, but when Brigitte Bardot in 2008 suggested that animals be given an anaesthetic before being subjected to halal slaughter she was convicted of ‘inciting racial hatred’.

France’s five million Muslims are already the largest such minority in Europe, a minority growing steadily through immigration and higher birth rates. The question of what this means for France’s ability to preserve its identity is occasionally raised, but in keeping with Europe’s cultural death-wish is usually studiously ignored. When French President Nicholas Sarkozy called for a debate on the issue earlier this year, much of his own party publicly refused to participate. As so often this merely left the field to the far-right National Front whose leader Marine Le Pen has compared French Islam to the Nazi occupation, a remark which, quite apart from anything else, is egregiously self-serving from the head of a party founded as an old soldiers’ home for Vichy-era collaborators.

Far from being an instance of intolerance or the sharpening of cultural politics in France, the ban on the face-veil is a transparent ploy by the French political class to make a wholly insincere gesture it has not the slightest intention of honouring in practice. Just how long the French people will put up with the establishment-conspiracy to silence the issue is quite another matter.

11 thoughts on “France update: "Death to Jews, War Against France, French are Pigs, Death to French Police…"”

  1. Oh well France, dance with the devil sooner or later the musics going to stop. The French have an ingrained problem with standing up to totalitarianism.

    The Vichy French rolled over and embraced Nazism why wouldn’t they co-operate with the IslamoNazis today?

  2. No time for a detailed translation but here s the gist of it:

    The guy with the long hair and keffiyeh is basically warning of an uprising in at least 5 boroughs.
    He clearly states “It will explode” a number of times.

    Usual threat of violence… what else?

    He accuses France of supporting Israel and alleges that the Le Pen led FN (far right party) is the most pro Israel in France (totally false, Jean Marie Le Pen minimized the holocaust and was known as a fascist racist)

    The man then attacks France claims that prayer is their right as citizens and that because they pay taxes, they have the right to pray in public ( I guess he never went to school in France because no other country makes the faith-state separation more clear than France)

    Then the Hamas marchers come and chant the usual, Kill the Jews and Allah Akbar …
    The film maker notices that there are no women in the Muslim crowds and that this was the “first day without street prayers in Paris” sarcastically.

    1. Thanks for that, wtd!

      Fitzgerald: Douce France

      We first posted this piece by Jihad Watch Board Vice President Hugh Fitzgerald on dhimmitude in France at Dhimmi Watch in 2004. Over the last two weeks I have had many, many requests to repost it. Normally I don’t like to do such things, for if I start reprinting archived material there could be no end to it, and there is a perfectly good list of Hugh’s articles here (scroll down), from which any one of them can be easily accessed.

      However, ultimately I decided to repost this piece, because it is not so much archival as it is more pertinent than ever. And this time, because of the weight of current events, I post it here, on the Jihad Watch side, rather than on the Dhimmi Watch side of this website. For a jihad is what — it is increasingly clear — France now faces and will face for quite some time to come.

      Imagine that you are a cosseted member of the French elite. One child is doing the khâgne, aiming for rue d’Ulm. Another is now a politechnicien. You are very comfortable, working for the state. You and your spouse are journalists, or writers, or one of that vast tribe of people conducting “recherches” and life is comfortable, good, the way it should be. Yes, you do notice more and more Muslims about you as you walk, no longer in the banlieues, but in the center of Paris, or Toulouse, or Lyon. And you remember how uneasy you felt, four years ago, when you happened to be walking on the Cannebière in Marseille. You decided, then and there, that you would not return.
      And you have friends who live in the south. And they tell you that the beurs – some call them maghrébins — make life hell for everyone. They attack French children on the way to school. They vandalize cars. They threaten, and do more than threaten, anyone who is still foolish enough to walk out wearing a kippah or a cross. Whole areas of cities in the south, as in the north, and east, and west, have become off-limits to non-Muslims. In the schools, the teachers have lost authority. They cannot even cover the subjects of World War II, the Resistance, and the murders of the Jews as the state prescribes; they fear, with reason, the violent reaction of the Muslim students.

      And as the schools become more and more dangerous for non-Muslim students and teachers, with more time and resources devoted to discipline rather than to learning, French parents and would-be parents are now silently factoring into their childbearing plans the present value of the future cost of what, they see, will now have to be added: private school tuition. And that means, of course, that those French people will plan on smaller families. And they will also be factoring in the growing cost, paid by them, those French taxpayers, for the whole expanding edifice of security, the guards in the schools, the guards at the train stations and métro stations and airports and at government buildings everywhere, the costs of keeping the gravestones from being vandalized, the costs of protecting the synagogues and the churches, the costs for all those tapped phones and agents in mosques, and subsidies to lawyers and judges to hear charges and try cases against Muslims, and the costs of monitoring da’wa in the prisons (more than 50% Muslim).
      But the Muslims are indifferent to expenses incurred by the French state. France is part of the world; the world belongs to Allah, and to his Believers. That doctrine has remained immutable for 1400 years. Imam Bouziane, the one they keep trying to deport, had 16 children by two wives, all living on the French state: a representative Muslim man. Over time, the difference between average family size of Muslims and non-Muslims steadily increases. And, over time, the education system continues to disintegrate. Right now, perhaps, you cannot see it. Your children go to the best schools, followed by the best lycées. You vacation in Normandy, or Brittany, or the Ile de Ré. And you do not take the metro often enough, or walk in the right districts, or work in the right factories or offices, to understand what tens of millions of your fellow Frenchmen now have to endure. You, for the moment, are still immune, still willfully unaware. You have spent the last few decades learning about the Muslim world from Eric Rouleau, and his epigones (after they silenced Peroncel-Hugoz, the one journalist who reported the truth) in Le Monde. You are deeply-versed in the constantly reported-upon, endlessly dilated-upon, perfidy of the mighty empire of Israel. You know what we have all had dinned into us: that the Arab Muslims are reasonable people, with clearly-justified grievances, grievances so reasonable and so limited in scope, that justice demands they be satisfied. Everyone agrees on the “solution.” It is called a “two-state solution” and of course it is a “solution” for otherwise, of course, it would not have been called a “solution.”

      And everything looks the way it always has looked: the linden trees, the river, the bridges, the réverbères, the étalage in the neighborhood boulangerie. Douce France, cher pays de mon enfance. At the end of the school day, chic mothers still congregate in little towns, or small cities, outside the school – this or that Ecole Jules Ferry — waiting to pick up their children. Here come the littlest ones, from Maternelle, running up now — just look at how small they are. And here are the CE1 group, with those huge cartables on their tiny backs. Run, run, run, to Mommy. Oop-la. And then the years of study, study, study marked by ever-larger cahiers — “cahier” and “cartable” are the words that identify French DNA better than Piaf or gauloises, isn’t that true? And now we will read the books, and study the subjects, set down so completely and precisely by the Ministry of Education. And now we are up to the final year, preparing for the Bac, with copies of blue-backed BALISES, guides to Les Châtiments and La Peau de Chagrin. And just look at the results listed in the newspaper: Claire-Alix has a mention très bien. Fantastic. Everything is fine, everything will always stay the same, whole countries cannot change. It’s not possible.

      But it is changing, coming apart, quietly, slowly — let’s not look too closely, we mustn’t pay too much attention — the streets, the schools, the hospitals, the ability to speak the truth about things, about life as it is lived, la vita vissuta as they like to say in a neighboring country. Dominique de Villepin always knew there was nothing to worry about; he was born, after all, in Salé, next to Rabat, even spent a few years of his infancy there; of course he knows his Arabs, his Muslims. And surely Eric Rouleau, who for decades in Le Monde was the resident expert on the Middle East (he was so knowledgeable that he never had to so much as mention the teachings of the Qur’an and Sunna), surely he knew everything, didn’t he? And those French translations of Edward Said that denounced with such passion the Islamophobia, and those vicious cliches with which the blind and rotting West has always caricatured the Arab Muslim world. Oh, we have been so terrible to the Arabs, we colonialists, we French, we Westerners. And then there is the never-ending outrage of Israel, that running colonial sore. Of course, they have every right, those Muslims, to come here to France. We went to their countries once, now they come to ours. And they have every right to hate us, don’t they?

      So now we have decided not to understand, and to cut all ties of sympathy to, Israel — and how did we ever have any sympathy for it in the first place, the way some of our parents did back in 1948 or 1956 or 1967? How could they not have seen what the “Palestinian people” had to endure? Hanan, Yasser, Said, Saeb, Aziz, Walid, Rashid, Mohammed — you have won our hearts and minds. Take us, do with us what you will.

      No one will mention what is happening or what kinds of things we must begin to think about doing to save ourselves. No one of any decency. And whatever Le Pen and Megret say, we must say the opposite (except, of course, when they show their hostility to “the Jews”). Do not say those things, do not think them. Free thought is all very well in theory, but really — consider the consequences. Don’t dare to think outside that box brimming with idées reçues. Défense de penser au dehors du box.

      No, everything will be all right as you stroll down the Avenue Paule-Anne. Those Muslims will never be a match for us. Why, just look at those legionnaires marching à pas lent down the Champs-Elysées, think of that string of desert victories. Inside our heads, it is 1930 and over here is the Exposition coloniale. You remember, tu t’en souviens, that painting by le Douanier Rousseau, don’t you, with the burnoosed Arab standing next to the black Senegalese? I have it right, don’t I? France will always be France. Nothing will ever change.

      At a certain point, and despite everything that causes you not to see what is staring you in the face, you realize that something has gone irreparably wrong with your country, and you, and your children, are in danger of losing that country, down to every village and house, qui m’est une province et beaucoup davantage. And you do not know what to do, or how to explain this feeling to others, or in whom to confide your secret fears, or what can be done. It is so confusing, and so upsetting. You cannot vote for Le Pen. You cannot endorse “cowboy” Bush or those ridiculous Americans. You have no place to go.

      And then you learn what Jacques Chirac — who now has a Muslim grandchild himself — and Dominique de Villepin, do not wish you to learn. For if you did, you might be very angry. You discover that 1 out of every 3 babies born in France today is a Muslim baby. And that means, in 20 years, one of every three 20-year-olds in France will be a Muslim twenty-year-old. And that means, twenty years after that, at present rates of reproduction, France will have a majority Muslim population. Where shall we hide the statues from Marly-le-roi? And the Venus de Milo? And what about all those paintings of animated life — all those portraits in the Louvre, and the Grand Palais, and the Musée Guimet down there in linden-lined Aix, and everywhere else in art-filled artful France, mère des arts, des armes, et des loix — that are absolutely forbidden according to the immutable strictures of the Qur’an. Should they be sent for safekeeping to those Americans across the seas? By then most of the Jews in France will have left, gone across the oceans for their own safekeeping, to Israel or to English-speaking Canada (they were worried about the Muslim population of Quebec, you see, which had been allowed to grow under the Province of Quebec’s policy of encouraging francophone immigrants, preferring North Africans to potential immigrants from Italy, Greece, Spain), and above all, to America. What luck those Americans have had. No more bequests to France by the likes of the Rothschilds, or Nissim Camondo. No more Donations from another Pierre Lévy. Enjoy the Kufic calligraphy; some find it endlessly fascinating.

      For the moment, you allow yourself to believe that something will come up. Most likely, all those Muslims will simply convert. I mean, they do that, don’t they, quite easily I’m told. Of course, why didn’t I think of it, that is exactly what will happen. The situation is always saved in time. Just like during the war. Nothing to worry about. Nothing.

  3. The French, British, Spanish, Italians et al have only themselves to blame for the current state of affairs in their countries – allowing the upsurge of Islam and it’s fanatics. Germany invaded France in WWI and WW2 – but after the wars the invaders were kicked out……………what is stopping them from doing the same thing? Islam is cancerous and spreading rapidly and if France, Britain et al do not do something soon – there will ultimately be Civil war. The people are getting sick and tired of being second class citizens in their own countries….. and their Governments are not listening. Here in Australia there is still time to stem the tide – b ut our Government has to act NOW instead of ignoring the threat and getting hung up on the Carbon Tax issue. I see Islam as a far greater scourge to mankind than Global warming.

  4. During WWI AND 2 Germany invaded France – but at the end of these wars the Invaders left. It won’t be so easy to get ride of the Islam The Governments of France, Germany, Britain, Spain et al have played fast and loose with their own- and should never have allowed this radical cult to invade their shores . They- Islam will not be got rid of so easily. People are gradually wakening to what this scourge will mean to their future(if there is one)… a War is looming…. the fires will not easily be quenched.

  5. “Muslims in Marseille”

    Soros report

    “EX E C U T I V E SU M M A R Y
    The port city of Marseille in the south of France has a long history of migration, and its complex and cosmopolitan character reflects the successive waves of migrants who have settled there.

    Starting in the 1970s, immigration from the Maghreb in North Africa increased, and more recently a large Comorian community has also become part of Marseille’s demographic picture. Official data on religion are generally not collected in France, on the principle of laïcité, or secularism, and therefore the precise number of Muslims in Marseille is not available. However, research suggests that somewhere
    between 30 per cent and 40 per cent of the population is Muslim.”

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