Can of Worms: Mufti Wants Moratorium on French Law Separating Church and State


The mufti of the Paris mosque, Dalil Boubakeur, has dropped what amounts to a political and religious bomb. He proposes a moratorium on the French law of 1905 separating Church and State, because not enough mosques are being built in France.

Besides his position as mufti, he is the president of the CFCM (French Council of the Muslim Faith), an association officially established in 2003 thanks to the efforts of Minister of the Interior Nicolas Sarkozy.


The recently elected Sarkozy just got married again and seems to be busy with other things…


Questioned by Le Monde, Mr. Boubakeur set forth the idea of a “moratorium of 10 to 20 years” on the 1905 law, which forbids all public funding of places of worship, so that Islam can “catch up” on its needs. “The associations that administer houses of worship need to be given air to breathe,” he says.

* Islam needs the freedom to breathe down your neck…

This has to be one of the most daring statements made yet by a Muslim leader in France. There are at least 1500 mosques and prayer rooms in France, 75 in Paris alone.

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3 thoughts on “Can of Worms: Mufti Wants Moratorium on French Law Separating Church and State”

  1. If a religions adherants can come up with enough cash for their own buildings then way should the tax payers support them? Just MORE JIZYA!!!

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