Sarkozy Years Ahead in Addressing Radical Muslims and Protection of French Culture

Posted on March 27, 2012

The reality is that Europe has been over-run – really invaded by Muslims.  They refuse to integrate into the society in place not just through dress but through isolating their communities, disdain of Western culture and, in many cases, preaching the overthrow of western governments and the destruction of western culture within  the boundaries of the nation state into which they have moved.

This could not happen in their homeland. A westerner could not move to most Muslim-dominated countries around the globe without having to adapt to clothing and other rules of that culture.  Essentially, Muslims have benefitted from freedoms in Western countries that have allowed them to move in in great numbers and to begin to be voted into office from local governments through to national. One Inman in England boasted that by 2025, the Prime Minister of the UK would be a Muslim.

Should Europe and America stand by and see their centuries – old civilization destroyed within their boundaries?  It is hardly fair. Even were Europeans to become minorities within their own boundaries their rights and culture should be protected.  Sadly, it is not average Muslims doing this.  It is the more aggressive Inmans and their followers.  And who should determine what is radical?  Those living in their traditional homeland. That is their right.  Is is prejudice? Not any more so than the regard of many Muslims regard for Christians and Jews. And it is those muslims who grab the headlines – especially when they turn to intimidation and murder.

In Toluse recently, a young Muslim murdered young  jewish children among others. Now, President Sarkozy has banned fundamentalist Inmans from France.  Last year he supported legislation to ban the Hajibe.  This year he is taking his cultural and political and legal moves one more step in this banning the Inmans who preach against Western culture and promote violence.

Someone has to begin to take bold moves to control the destruction of Europe by immigration that has taken the form of an invasion.  Why are so many Muslims spread out among most of the European countries?  Why not so many Chinese?  Certainly there are many more of them?  Think about it and when you do, think about how western culture – art, literature and institutions and law may be preserved.   See the article on Sarkozy below:

Sarkozy bans imams from entering France in fundamentalist crackdown after Toulouse shootings

By Rachel Rickard Straus

PUBLISHED: 11:02 EST, 26 March 2012 | UPDATED: 11:36 EST, 26 March 2012

Crackdown: France's President Nicolas Sarkozy speaking at the Elysee Palace following the Toulouse siegeCrackdown: France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy speaking at the Elysee Palace following the Toulouse siege

France is to ban radical Muslim preachers from entering the country as part of a crackdown after shootings by an al Qaeda-inspired gunman in Toulouse, President Nicolas Sarkozy said today.

The President said he would block the entry of some imams invited to an Islamic conference next month, organised by the Union of French Islamic Organisations (UOIF).

The UOIF, one of three Muslim federations in France, is regarded as close to Egypt’s Islamist Muslim Brotherhood.

‘I have clearly indicated that there certain people who have been invited to this congress who are not welcome on French soil,’ Mr Sarkozy told France Info radio.

The crackdown follows the murder of seven people in Toulouse by Islamic extremist Mohammed Merah, 23.

The gunman shot down a Rabbi, three children and three soldiers in three separate attacks before being shot dead at the end of 32-hour police siege.

Following the shootings last week, Mr Sarkozy has announced plans to punish those viewing websites advocating Islamic extremism and going abroad for indoctrination or terrorist training.

One imam banned by the President is Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian cleric based in Qatar who is one of the most prominent Sunni Muslim clerics in the Arab world and a household name in the Middle East due to regular appearances on the Al Jazeera news channel.

Paying his respects: Nicolas Sarkozy stands in front of one of the coffins of the three soldiers killed by Mohammed Merah in Toulouse last weekPaying his respects: Nicolas Sarkozy stands in front of one of the coffins of the three soldiers killed by Mohammed Merah in Toulouse last week

A former member of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Qaradawi is independent of the group but remains close to it. Mr Sarkozy said the situation was complicated because the imam holds a diplomatic passport and does not require a visa to enter France.

‘I indicated to the Emir of Qatar himself that this person was not welcome on the territory of the French republic,’ Mr Sarkozy said. ‘He will not come.’

Qaradawi was denied a visa to visit Britain in 2008 on grounds of seeking to ‘justify acts of terrorist violence or disburse views that could foster inter-community violence’, a Home Office spokeswoman said at the time.

Al-Qaeda-inspired: Mohammed Merah, who killed seven people in ToulouseAl-Qaeda-inspired: Mohammed Merah, who killed seven people in Toulouse
Not welcome in France: Sheikh Youssef al-QaradawiNot welcome in France: Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi

The cleric had defended Palestinian suicide bombers in Israel and attacks on U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq.

The killing spree by Merah has pushed security to the top of the political agenda.

Mr Sarkozy, campaigning for re-election, has rebutted criticism by opposition politicians that the security services blundered in allowing the 23-year-old, a petty criminal known to have visited Afghanistan twice, to shoot dead seven people in a ten-day rampage in southwest France.

‘Here is a young criminal who suddenly becomes a very active terrorist without any transition. As far as we know there was no cell,’ Mr Sarkozy said.

The legislation will have to wait until after a two-round April-May presidential election because the Socialist opposition has resisted an emergency session of parliament to approve them.
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