Europe traded six million Jews for 20 million Muslims. The Islamization of Europe is proceeding quickly. Already, all across Europe, Jews are unable to wear any visible signs of their faith without being attacked. Women cannot go out at night without being sexually assaulted. And it’s only going to get worse. Imagine what Europe will be like in five years, or ten or twenty. Can’t imagine it? Look at Egypt, or Pakistan, or any Muslim country where Christians and other non-Muslims live precarious lives and are randomly persecuted and harassed. Look at those countries, and (unless things turn around in a big way) you have seen the future of Europe — after the bloody civil wars, that is.
Instead of requiring Muslims to assimilate and accept French laws and mores, this French judge clearly sees the writing on the wall. His ruling in this case indicates that he is ready to bow to France’s new masters.
“French judge drops hate crime charges against Arab gang,” JTA, March 8, 2018:
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JTA – A French judge preparing a trial of Arab teenagers who allegedly assaulted a Jewish youth outside a synagogue omitted hate crime charges from a draft indictment, a watchdog group said.
The National Bureau for Vigilance Against Ant-Semitism [sic], or BNVCA, protested in a statement on Tuesday the omission from the indictment of the suspects in the Feb. 28 assault in Montmagny near Paris.
On Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron reiterated his intention to combat anti-Semitism in France, which he said was “returning” to that society in the proliferation of assaults on Jews and hate speech against them. “There are hatreds that are rising again, there are the worse kinds of crimes,” Macron said at the annual dinner of the CRIF Jewish umbrella organization.
Jewish groups, including CRIF and BNVCA, have praised the French authorities efforts to protect Jews but also criticized the judiciary’s perceived failure to address the aggravated element of hate crimes in several cases of violence against Jews.
In the Montmagny assault, the alleged attackers, aged 14 and 15, called the Jewish boy, his sister and brother “dirty Jews” at the park where they were playing, Le Parisien reported, based on police sources. According to BNVCA, all four suspects are of Arab descent. They allegedly beat the boy with a stick and took away his kippah, which he was wearing when they approached him, he said.
BNVCA said it was “dismayed” by the judge’s decision, which the group said runs “totally contrary” to the law….
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