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Wednesday, November 30, 2005 

Al-Jazeera's connection to riots by Muslims in France

The Sheep's Crib (via Cheat-Seeking Missiles) has a report from the Washington Times that reveals some very interesting details about what was behind the Muslim rioting in France this past month, and which is sadly still going on even now, but the MSM doesn't care about. First:
France's internal intelligence agencies reported in the last two years that 40 percent of the imams in France's 1,000 principal mosques had no religious training and downloaded material from pro-al Qaeda Web sites for their Friday sermons. The fiery harangues were designed to attract young jobless Muslims to the mosques -- and extremist causes many imams espoused.
Interesting. Imams without genuine religious training? What kind of religious representatives are working in the religion business these days, I do wonder?

Now, here's what really interesting about what television a lot of the suburban Muslims were watching:
Satellite dishes protrude from almost all apartments in the cankerous Muslim housing projects. The Qatar-based Al Jazeera reaches 'hoods in Europe's Muslim and sub-Saharan African suburbs. For the last two years youngsters have been proselytized via the Internet to become jihadis for the Iraqi insurgency. They use the Internet to locate mosques in Syria and Jordan where they can find shelter on the way to Iraq, as well as places to report for training and combat assignments.
I think this should help indicate that Al-Jazeera is NOT in any ways like FOX News, as the Jazeerans themselves may have claimed when putting out their faux-documentary "Control Room" last year.

Also, here's an honest enough report from the BBC that shows that France is thankfully taking positive steps:
France's lawmakers have voted to accept anti-terror measures which would boost video surveillance in public places. The bill will allow cameras to be used on public transport and in places of worship, shops and other public areas.

The house will take a final vote on the whole bill on Tuesday. The upper house will discuss it in January.

Mr Sarkozy told parliament the country should brace itself for a terror attack.

"We are not in the least protected from this war because its instigators are unpredictable," the interior minister said. "The possibility of violent acts being committed on our soil is a real one."
And depite the yowling of so-called civil rights activists, the bills are likely to pass, mainly because the riots have served as a wake-up call for the French public. And Sarkozy is quite right in what he says.

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