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Michael Ejercito
2017-12-06 17:43:05 UTC
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A Two State Solution for Europe?
by Judith Bergman
December 6, 2017 at 5:00 am
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11493/europe-two-state-solution

A poll conducted this summer found that 29% of French Muslims found Sharia
to be more important to them than French laws. It also found that 67% of
Muslims want their children to study Arabic, and 56% think it should be
taught in public schools.

A 2016 UK poll showed that 43% of British Muslims "believed that parts of
the Islamic legal system should replace British law while only 22 per cent
opposed the idea". Another poll from 2016 found that 23% of all Muslims
supported the introduction of sharia law in some areas of Britain, 39%
agreed that "wives should always obey their husbands," and 52% of all
British Muslims believe that homosexuality should be illegal.

French President Emmanuel Macron blamed France, not Islam, for the increased
radicalization, which he said should lead France to "question itself."
According to Macron, then, the parallel Islamic societies of France, have
nothing to do with Islam. They are the fault of the French republic. Did the
French republic impose sharia and the subjugation of women in the suburbs,
described by one female survivor as "hell"? Was the French republic behind
the recent distribution of leaflets stipulating "if you meet a Jew, kill
him"?

A French intellectual, Christian Moliner, recently suggested that France
should establish a Muslim state-within-a-state that adheres to sharia law,
inside the borders of France, to avoid a civil war. Warning against refusing
to deal with the problems of Islamism in Europe because of political
correctness, he stated:

"Out of the fear of appearing Islamophobic, to satisfy this bustling fringe
of Muslims, governments are ready to accept the spread of radical practices
throughout the country.... [some] territories are outside the control of the
Republic. The police can come only in force and for limited durations... We
can never convert the 30% of Muslims who demand the introduction of sharia
law to the merits of our democracy and secularism. We are now allowing
segregation to take place that does not say its name."

Moliner's solution?

"... Establish a dual system of law in France... one territory, one
government, but two peoples: the French with the usual laws and Muslims with
Qur'anic status (but only for those who choose it)... The latter will have
the right to vote... but they will apply Sharia in everyday life, to
regulate matrimonial laws (which will legalize polygamy) and inheritance...
They will no longer apply to French judges for disputes between Muslims...
conflicts between Christians and believers will remain the responsibility of
ordinary courts..."

Moliner's proposal represents a total surrender to political Islam and is of
course outrageous, especially considering that Muslims only comprise a
little more than five percent of the French population. What he suggests,
however, merely formalizes the status quo that already exists -- and not
only in France -- even if it abandons reform-minded Muslims and eventually,
with their collapsing demography, the non-Muslims there.

In France, the no-go zones with their Islamization and Islamic law, sharia,
and most noticeably the subjugation of women, has already spread from the
suburbs (banlieues) to the cities themselves. As Gatestone's Yves Mamou
described:

"... no-go zones are no longer relegated to the suburbs, where migrants and
Muslims have usually been concentrated. No-go zones, through mass migration,
have been emerging in the heart of Paris, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille,
Grenoble, Avignon -- districts 'privatized' here and there by a mix of drug
traffickers, Salafist zealots and Islamic youth gangs. The main victims are
women. They are -- both Muslim and non-Muslim -- sexually harassed; some are
sexually assaulted".

Last year, French TV aired a documentary about women disappearing from
public view in certain areas, where parallel Islamic societies had taken
hold. The program named Sevran in the district of Seine-Saint Denis -- a
suburb of Paris described by French political scientist Gilles Kepel as "the
capital of French Islam". There are 1.4 million people living in the
district of Seine-Saint-Denis. More than 600,000 of them are Muslims. The
French postal service recently said that it will no longer supply its
Chronopost delivery service to Seine-Saint-Denis -- the danger to their
delivery drivers is too high. Last year, 51 of its delivery drivers were
reportedly attacked while doing their rounds.


Riot police muster in the northern Paris suburb of Villiers-le-Bel, France.
(Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
In France, a poll conducted by Institut Montaigne this summer found that 29%
of French Muslims found sharia to be more important to them than French
laws. It also found that 67% of Muslims want their children to study Arabic
and 56% think it should be taught in public schools.

A 2016 UK poll, apparently the largest poll ever done on the subject in the
UK, showed that 43% of British Muslims "believed that parts of the Islamic
legal system should replace British law while only 22 per cent opposed the
idea". A different poll, also from 2016, found that nearly a quarter (23%)
of all Muslims supported the introduction of sharia law in some areas of
Britain, and 39% agreed that "wives should always obey their husbands",
compared with 5% of the country as a whole. Nearly a third (31%) thought it
was acceptable for a British Muslim man to have more than one wife, compared
with 8% of the wider population. According to the same poll, 52% of all
British Muslims believe that homosexuality should be illegal.

According to a 2014 study of Moroccan and Turkish Muslims in Germany,
France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Sweden, an average of almost
60% of the Muslims polled agreed that Muslims should return to the roots of
Islam; 75% thought there is only one interpretation of the Koran possible
and 65 % said that Sharia is more important to them than the laws of the
country in which they lived. The specific numbers for Germany were that 47%
of Muslims believe Sharia is more important than German law. In Sweden, 52%
of Muslims believe that Sharia is more important than Swedish law.

As the polls show, there already are "two peoples" in France and large parts
of Europe, who wish to live according to completely different standards, as
Moliner suggests. Politicians persist in ignoring these facts or downplaying
them. So why be shocked at the suggestion of a "two-state solution" for
France? How do these politicians, who do not even acknowledge the problems,
propose to tackle the fact that large percentages of their population would
rather live under sharia law? They do not propose anything. They pretend
that this information does not exist.

French President Emmanuel Macron, is an example of such immunity to facts:
"Radicalization has taken hold because the French Republic has resigned,"
Macron said recently about the Islamization of the French suburbs. Macron
blamed France, not Islam, for the increased radicalization, which he said
should lead France to "question itself". Macron noted that, "We allowed, in
too many cities, too many districts, representatives of a distortion of a
religion, which are full of hate and disenfranchisement to provide solutions
that the Republic no longer gives."

According to Macron, then, the parallel Islamic societies of France, have
nothing to do with Islam. They are the fault of the French republic. Did the
French republic impose Sharia and the subjugation of women in the suburbs,
described by one female survivor as "hell"? Was the French republic behind
the recent distribution of leaflets stipulating "if you meet a Jew, kill
him"? Did the French republic force the mother of Mohammed Merah, the man
who killed a little Jewish girl at school by shooting her in the head, while
screaming "Allahu Akbar", to say that "the prophet permits the killing of
Jewish children"?

France, as well as the rest of Europe, is -- wittingly or unwittingly --
heading towards the "two-state solution" outlined by Moliner, whether it
wants it or not. That fact, however, does not appear particularly to bother
the political establishment.

Judith Bergman is a columnist, lawyer and political analyst.

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The Peeler
2017-12-07 03:56:15 UTC
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On Wed, 6 Dec 2017 09:43:05 -0800, "Michael Ejercito"
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A Two State Solution for Europe?
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Nobody gives a rat's ass what some jewess cunt has to say.
Michael Ejercito
2017-12-07 04:39:53 UTC
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On Wed, 6 Dec 2017 09:43:05 -0800, "Michael Ejercito"
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by Judith Bergman
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Nobody gives a rat's ass what some jewess cunt has to say.
Forger, you are so ashamed of your beliefs, you forge the Peeler.

Judith Bergman is a well-respected columnist; she is not ashamed of her
beliefs.


Michael


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The Peeler
2017-12-07 09:30:08 UTC
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A Two State Solution for Europe?
by Judith Bergman
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Nobody gives a rat's ass what some jewess cunt has to say.
INTELLIGENT people do! Retards don't!
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