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War Zone France: Violent Migrant youth rioting on the streets for FOURTH night, streets ablaze, police attacked

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Street jihad continues for the fourth night in France. When police act to enforce the law, violent riots (largely Muslim) break out. A similar incident took place in 2005, which set off an intense wave of violence and car burnings. This attrition and low grade civil war ebbs and flows, but it has remained a consistent terror of French life.

President Trump has enacted policies to stop this from coming to our shores. And the Democrats and their goosestepping army are apoplectic. This is what they want for America.

Related: France in FLAMES: Second night of violence and riot chaos – Migrant youths BURN city with petrol bombs after Aboubakar incident

Nantes riots: Firefighters tackle a blaze

Nantes on FIRE: Riots on the streets for FOURTH night as police clash with protestors

RIOTS in Nantes entered their fourth night as police clashed with angry protesters who hurled petrol bombs at officers and torched vehicles.

By Rebecca Perring, The Express, Jul 7, 2018

Angry youths torched dozens of cars as police responded with tear gas in clashes which broke out in the Le Breil neighbourhood of Nantes just after midnight and ended around dawn.

The protesters also set fire to a building, which was brought under control by firefighters, in another night of violence in Nante’s “ghetto district”.

It comes after the police officer who shot dead Aboubakar Fofana, 22, was charged with manslaughter on Friday.

Since news of the 22-year-old’s death spread on Tuesday evening, violent clashes between protesters and police have quickly ripped through the picturesque city in western France.

Angry youths torched dozens of cars as police responded with tear gas in clashes which broke out in the Le Breil neighbourhood of Nantes

The car he was driving had been flagged as a vehicle suspected of being used for drug dealing and had put under police surveillance, according to French media.

Mr Fofana claimed he had no ID and gave police a false name, arousing the suspicions of the officers.

This is not the first time French police are accused of using excessive force in poorer neighbourhoods, especially against people from ethnic minorities

Nantes riots: Protestors torched cars and fired petrol bombs

Nantes riots: Police patrol the streets of Nantes

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