France: “The Mosques of Roissy”

I have been trying, with the inestimable help of Atlas readers, to get the dirt on this new book by Philippe de Villiers,
entitled The Mosques of Roissy ("Les mosquées de Roissy"),on the dangerous conditions at Charles De Gaulle airport (nicknamed Roissy) due to the infiltration of radical Islamic extremists. The influence  of radical Islamist groups is a growing threat to French business and their airports too. In a report commissioned by several retail and courier companies, Eric Denece – director of the French Center for Research and Intelligence – said that the Islamists’ strategy is to "take control of Muslims within the workforce" and then "challenge the rules in order to impose Islamic values." More here.

end of a long silence. Employed for ten years by the subsidiary company of Air Britair France, pilot Veronique Topall  decided today to tell Le Monde how, in the months which followed the attacks of September 11, 2001, a number of runway employees claiming  ties to  radical Islam deliberately violated safety requirements "on the platform of the airport Roissy 2." Until  June 2002 when, on an parked airplane, she  suddenly discovered "a blade cutter of 15 cm slipped into a pile of newspapers".

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Frightened by the "aggressiveness" of certain employees– her  vehicle was defaced/vandalized on several occasions in the car parks of the airport – and worried about her own safety, Veronique Topall  lodged a complaint with the police force in October 2002. "I was frightened when parking my car — these employees refused to look at me", she explained.  At the same time, a person in charge of security with Air France raised, in an internal email: "This business is serious and worrying."
The  security services of Britair spoke to the company Europe Handling, then in charge of ground personnel, to ask for the  firing of some of the some troublemakers. Due to the lack of a conclusive response they (Britair security services) decided to temporarily transfer commander Topall to Orly airport..
“For fourteen months, I then was forced to modify my personal organization and to accept a reduction of salary – until the day when I was finally reinstated in Roissy ", explains the commander. Translated by the sagacious Sarah

Western Resistance has a good take on the revelations exposed in this soon to be released book here;

France: 50 Islamists Work Handling Baggage In Airport

Sadly this news is not on the online edition, but today’s UK Daily
Telegraph has an interesting story on its print edition, page 16.
Charles de Gaulle is one of Paris’s three main airports, and is the
newest. In a book to be published next week by Philippe de Villiers,
entitled The Mosques of Roissy, the author states that the French frontier police have identified 50 baggage-handlers who hold extremist Islamic views.

This week, to allay fears, Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy visited
the airport (nicknamed "Roissy") to examine security arrangements. He
said that individuals who were "more or less suspect" numbered only 122
out of a total of 83,000 staff who carry security badges. He stated
that there were moves to remove 60% of their security clearance.

Sarkozy further stated that the findings of the security services had already been acted upon.

50 extremists? 122 radicals, who are going to have only some of
their security privileges forfeited? Following the events of 9/11, and
also Paris’ bombing attacks by the Groupe Islam Armee, as well as the current Paris trial of 27 Islamists who stated they intended to attack, among other targets, a major French airport, Sarkozy’s reassurances sound hollow.

122 people working at Charles de Gaulle airport should be fired or
reassigned to duties which have nothing to do with the airport.

UPDATE: Related Islamic terror topic.  If you could please go to the website, Rutgers University Ilan Halimi website, you will be able to
sign a letter online that will ultimately be delivered to Ilan Halimi’s parents
in Paris at the end of the month.  They are trying to get as many signatures as
possible, so if you could please let anyone and everyone know about this, they would
greatly appreciate it. More here

Jewish friends in Paris whispered to her
in horror at the sheer barbarism of the
crime, in which an
innocent young
man was held for twenty days, found with all his fingers cut
off, and burns and bruises over 80% of his body.  Because he
was a Jew.

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