You bet they did. That’s what tipped the scale in favor of the now ruling communist Hollande.
- Hamas has urged france’s president-elect, Francois Hollande, to visit the Gaza Strip and “correct” French policy towards the Palestinians.
ViaÂ La Vie:
According to a poll by OpinionWay and Fiducial for Le Figaro, 93% of Muslims voted for Hollande.Â 7% voted for Sarkozy.Â The poll was conducted May 6th among 1000 voters. Â France: 93% of Muslims voted for HollandeÂ Â thanks to Islam in Europe
Spare us the nonsense:
Â “Sub-average economic conditions and discrimination against Europe’s Muslims prevents Belgium’s Muslims from taking their rightful place”–Â Continue reading
“Integration failing in Austria”
Like everywhere.Â Via theÂ Austrian Times
There’s a lot of expelling to do in France
The French froze his assets. Others have been or will be deported for advocating antisemitism and death for heresy. Since all these things are mainstream in Islam, it must be asked: will any imams be left? “France freezes assets of Tunisian Imam,” from theÂ Pakistan Observer, May 7 (thanks to JW):
Parisâ€”The French finance ministry froze the assets of a radical imam from Tunisia who is underthe [sic] threat of expulsion for anti-Semitism, an official announcement said. Mohammed Hammami, 76, has lived in France for decades and was accused in January by Interior Minister Claude Geant of making “violently anti-Semitic remarks” as well as calling for women to be “whipped to death” for adultery.Hammami was hospitalized in February for what his lawyer said was psychological and physical shock from the accusations and was unable to attend an expulsion hearing.France expelled two Islamic radicals in April and was planning to deport three more as part of a crackdown announced after a gunman of Algerian decent killed seven people in the city of Toulouse.Gueant said an Islamist militant of Algerian origin who had previously been sentenced for his role in a 1994 Marrakech terrorist attack, was expelled for renewing ties in radical Islamic movements.
A preacher of Malian origin was deported forÂ promoting anti-Semitism, advocating the full face veil and rejecting the West.
Meanwhile Imams from Saudi Arabia and Turkey as well as a suspected Tunisian militant, whoÂ called for the death of all those who deviate from Islam, were due to be expelled, an Interior Ministry statement said, adding that other expulsions would take place soon.â€”IN