Jihadis with badges and guns. What could possibly go wrong? Any suggestion otherwise is clearly “racist.”
France: Seven Muslim cops ordered to hand over their weapons, one suspended on suspicion of “Islamic radicalism”
“Guns taken from Paris police amid Islamist fears,” by Adam Sage, The Times, October 31 2019:
Seven Paris police officers have been ordered to hand over their weapons and one has been suspended after being suspected of Islamic radicalism.
The orders were issued amid a climate of fear within the Paris police after a Muslim officer stabbed to death four colleagues and injured two more at the force’s headquarters on October 3.
The stabbings by Mickaël Harpon, 45, an IT expert who worked at the police intelligence unit, prompted claims that Islamism had reached the heart of France. Harpon was shot dead.
After the attack Didier Lallement, the Paris police chief, told officers to be on the lookout for signs of radicalisation among their colleagues. A change in appearance, clothes, eating habits or day-to-day customs, “the refusal to shake hands with…
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