France: Street Prayers Banned From Tonight

 Expect Carbeques!

(ANSAmed) – PARIS – Beginning this evening at midnight, holding Muslim prayers in the streets of Paris will be prohibited. The announcement was made by France’s Interior Minister, Claude Gueant, in an interview published today by the daily Le Figaro, which noted that ”use of force” against those not complying with the regulation had not been ruled out. The minister underscored that a ”convention” had been signed with Muslim associations so that a former barracks could be used as a place of prayer. For a long time Paris Muslims have met in the city streets on Friday, especially in the working class neighbourhood Goutte d’Or (18th arrondissement), due to a lack of space in mosques. (Thanks to Vlad Tepes).

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5 thoughts on “France: Street Prayers Banned From Tonight”

  1. The street prayers always end up getting concessions from the kafirs…either an addition to an existing mosque, or extreme pressure for a new mosque in a Christian or Jewish neighborhood by showing large numbers of muslims who don’t have enough space to “pray”.

    They will just start the street prayers wherever they want to exert pressure for more mosques. France already has as many mosques at the US does, and it’s only the size of Texas.

    It’s sheer genius, I tell ya, and the kafirs fall for it every time.

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