The Islamization of France

Conquering Paris Street by Street

CBN/Dale Hurd

PARIS – Friday in Paris. A hidden camera shows streets blocked by huge crowds of Muslim worshippers and enforced by a private security force.

This is all illegal in France: the public worship, the blocked streets, and the private security. But the police have been ordered not to intervene.  It shows that even though some in the French government want to get tough with Muslims and ban the burqa, other parts of the French government continue to give Islam a privileged status.

An ordinary French citizen who has been watching the Islamization of Paris decided that the world needed to see what was happening to his city. He used a hidden camera to start posting videos on YouTube. His life has been threatened and so he uses the alias of “Maxime Lepante. ”

Lepante’s View

His camera shows that Muslims “are blocking the streets with barriers. They are praying on the ground. And the inhabitants of this district cannot leave their homes, nor go into their homes during those prayers.”

“The Muslims taking over those streets do not have any authorization. They do not go to the police headquarters, so it’s completely illegal,” he says.

The Muslims in the street have been granted unofficial rights that no Christian group is likely to get under France’s Laicite’, or secularism law.

“It says people have the right to share any belief they want, any religion,” Lepante explained. “But they have to practice at home or in the mosque, synagogues, churches and so on.”

Some say Muslims must pray in the street because they need a larger mosque. But Lepante has observed cars coming from other parts of Paris, and he believes it is a weekly display of growing Muslim power.

“They are coming there to show that they can take over some French streets to show that they can conquer a part of the French territory,” he said.

France’s Islamic Future?

If France faces an Islamic future, a Russian author has already written about it. The novel is called “The Mosque of Notre Dame, 2048,” a bestseller in Russia, not in France.

French publisher Jean Robin said the French media ignored the book because it was politically incorrect.

“Islam is seen as the religion of the poor people, so you can’t say to the poor people, ‘You’re wrong,’ otherwise, you’re a fascist,” Robin explained.

The book lays out a dark future when France has become a Muslim nation, and the famous cathedral has been turned into a mosque.

Whether that plot is farfetched depends on whom you ask. Muslims are said to be no more than 10 percent of the French population, although no one knows for sure because French law prohibits population counts by religion.

But the Muslim birthrate is significantly higher than for the native French. Some Muslim men practice polygamy, with each extra wife having children and collecting a welfare check.

“The problem of Islam is more than a problem of numbers,” said French philosopher Radu Stoenescu, an Islamic expert who debates Muslim leaders on French TV. “The problem is one of principles. It’s an open question. Is Islam an ideology or just a creed?”

“It doesn’t matter how many there are,” he aded. “The problem is the people who follow Islam; they’re somehow in a political party, which has a political agenda, which means basically implementing Sharia and building an Islamic state.”

In Denial or Fed Up

From the 1980s until recently, criticizing or opposing Islam was considered a social taboo, and so the government and media effectively helped Islam spread throughout France.

“We were expecting Islam to adapt to France and it is France adapting to Islam,” Robin said.

That didn’t turn out well now, did it?

About the burqa controversy, one French Muslim man told a reporter that Europeans should respect Muslim dress. One Parisian woman wearing a headscarf said “the veil is in the Koran” and “we only submit to God and nobody else.”

But even if many government elites are in France are in denial over Islam, the people in the streets increasingly are not. Some have become fed up with what they see as the growing Islamization of France.

They’ve started staging pork and wine “aperitifs,” or cocktail parties in the street. They’re patriotic demonstrations meant to strike back against Islam.  Another national demonstration is planned for Saturday, Sept. 4.

A Warning to the West

The French parliament is expected to debate the burqa law in September. Jean-Francois Cope, president of the Union for a Popular Movement political party, has a warning for the West and for America.

“We cannot accept the development of such practice because it’s not compatible with the life in a modern society, you see,” he said. “And this question is not only a French question. You will all have to face this challenge. “

6 thoughts on “The Islamization of France”

  1. Xtians need to gather opposite these interlopers & conduct their prayers in front of them every Friday afternoon.

    That should bring a stop to all of it, but if only the Christians are stopped from gathering peacefully to conduct their prayers in the same place as muslims then the writing is on the wall and the government will need to be challenged about it’s duplicity or it’s going to come down to civil war.

    Now if we could only rouse the deluded masses in North America before it’s too late. Maybe if they see civil war in Europe it will knock some sense into them.

  2. Hugh Fitzgerald couldn’t have described this display of mahoundian aggression any better when he likened it, in its intention of intimidating human beings (i.e., infidels), to a Nuremberg rally… That spot-on comparison made CAIR’s dishonest Ibe Hooper scream hysterically like a nine-year-old about to be deflowered by a sixty-year-old inbred bedouin savage.

  3. Dog Day Afternoon:

    After storming the beaches French take to the streets in protest

    [A collection of rights groups and political activists will stage nationwide protests on Saturday to denounce his so-called “security” agenda that is aimed at expelling Roma migrants and threatening to strip the citizenship of immigrants who violate certain laws.]

  4. Quick fast food chain fawns over muslims, but not far enough:

    Paris mosque slams burger chain’s Muslim outreach

    *side panel
    [Wednesday, Sept.1 2010. Starting Wednesday, bacon burgers are a thing of the past in 22 outlets of French fast food chain Quick, where offerings are being tailored to meet the dietary needs of France’s large Muslim community]

    [PARIS — Note to big companies hoping to tap into France’s lucrative but long-neglected Muslim consumer market: Pitfalls may await, and not only in the form of complaints from the far-right.

    As of this week, 22 outlets of popular French fast food chain Quick are serving burgers it says respect Islamic dietary law. And while many Muslims are delighted, the powerful main Paris Mosque complained Thursday that Quick’s criteria aren’t all-encompassing enough, and that the operation is meaningless.

    Quick’s meat is certified as halal, but Cheikh Al Sid Cheikh, assistant to the rector of the Paris Mosque, said the burger chain should have had the other ingredients checked as well, from its mustard to buns to fries.

    “The rest must be validated too, or else there’s no point,” he told The Associated Press.]

    * how much for “validation”?

  5. when*pigs*fly ,

    Why would Christians pray in the streets? It is hypocritical.
    Christ said, according to Matthew 6:5-6 “And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.
    But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly”.

  6. al-Kidya,

    You’re one hundred percent correct, and there’s the rub.

    when*pigs*fly has the right idea though. Something legal and counter to what these fanny-waggers are doing, should be done. My idea is, everyone blocked from his home should simply push his way through and go there. Likewise those who wish to leave.

    It’s not legal to tell anyone they can’t go to or leave their homes, if there’s no danger in their doing so. Well, maybe that’s different in France.

    If the same law applies, however, then the people being blocked from their homes should demand to know what the “danger” is! That would start some hemming and hawing. The danger couldn’t be violence, could it? The danger couldn’t be reprisals, could it?

    How much power do private security companies wield over there, anyway? What? They threaten, by being a looming menace, to beat other civilians up?

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