France: riot causing burqa tart denies shouting at officers ‘Allah will exterminate you’….

Thanks to Mullah (pbuh)

Muslim woman challenging France’s laws that ban wearing a face veil stays away from first day of hearing to avoid being ‘a sign of Islamisation’

  • Cassandra Belin, 20, sparked a near riot in Paris suburb of Trappes in July after being stopped by police for wearing full face veil
  • She admits telling officers to ‘shut up’ but denies saying ‘Allah will exterminate you’

article-2521920-0A56423E000005DC-754_634x449Cassandra Belin’s lawyers have launched a constitutional challenge to the ban on Muslim veils, arguing that the controversial law of 2011 which made them illegal should be scrapped. File photo

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Enough is enough!

by  (Gates of Vienna)

Below is a video of a recent demonstration in Paris against the Islamization of France and the assault (mainly by Muslims) on Christianity. Oz-Rita, who translated the clip for subtitling, includes this note:

This march by Résistance Républicaine and Riposte Laïque had been planned for ages. They were pushed around, as usual: no permission, yes permission, no permission, yes permission but somewhere else etc. Then some other marches (so called antifascist, pro-Islamist, and assorted marches) were all given priority — I think it turned out that the laïcité marchers were moved to another street, by far not as popular as the “Bastille”, and that some other “marches” sounding nearly the same were held on the same day.

I also hear that their cameraman got attacked by a “Young French Man”surprisingly of Maghrebian (Arab) origin. Their own bodyguards helped him so he had only minor physical injuries. The shock was probably bigger.

All the media (except a few, such as Radio Courtoisie and a new TV station which will start broadcasting in January) boycotted this march — as they did the last one which attracted more than 3,000 people. Résistance Républicaine and Riposte Laïque estimated there were about 1,000 participants.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


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