Boaz Bizmuth wrote
about why it's crucial to lead concrete policies on opposing terrorism:
France did not really want to believe that it was at war. Human rights groups were quick to say that a state of emergency was a breach of human rights. As though a person's most basic right is not simply to live -- the very reason that the state of emergency was declared. France refuses to recognize the fact that its homegrown terrorism is now its most dangerous threat. It nobly refuses to see every Muslim as a threat -- though we must add that even if 99.9 percent of the Muslim population deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, the 0.1 percent that is enraptured by jihad is capable of attacking today and in the future.
And, professor Ephraim Herrera
says political correctness is deadly:
Research shows that young Muslims in France are more religious, extremist and alienated from the values of the country than are their parents or grandparents. Europol has estimated that as many as 5,000 jihadists made it into Europe in the huge wave of immigration in 2015. It is unlikely that the terrorist attack in Nice will be the last of its kind. But because the French authorities do not want to admit that the root of the problem is militant Islam -- which is being taught inside France, in mosques and in suburbs that have become lawless zones -- there is no real way to fix the problem.
So long as France's legal system and its reps keep up this PC position, they'll never be able to confront Islamofascism properly.
Labels: dhimmitude, France, islam, jihad, political corruption, racism, terrorism, war on terror