Islam in France


No one, and I mean no one has the right to touch anyone regardless of how right they believe their opinions to be.

That said, the ruse of Islamofauxbia still remains a ruse. Also I find it typical (and telling) that The Local would use a picture of women in the offensive anti-male bags which are forced upon women throughout the Middle East, even through the use of violence, to highlight an act of violence against a woman wearing a headscarf.

Pregnant Muslim woman attacked in France

Pregnant Muslim woman attacked in France

Muslim women protest about France’s decision to ban the veil. Photo: AFP

Published: 27 Mar 2015 10:30 GMT+01:00

The 29-year-old woman, who was wearing a hijab, or Muslim headscarf, was hospitalized on Tuesday after being attacked on a street in Toulouse, southern France.

According to reports the heavily pregnant woman who is due to give birth in mid-April was approached by two men after she had dropped off her children at at school.

One of the men is understood to have hit her several times, thrown her to the ground, and one point pulled a knife out.

The woman’s husband, 33, has labelled the attack as Islamophobic, telling French newspaper La Depeche that one of the men grabbed his wife’s hair, pulled at her veil while yelling ‘none of that here’ [pas de ça chez nous].

It is understood the attacker’s friend stopped the attack, before the pair yelled racist abuse, reportedly threatened to kill the woman, and then fled the scene.

The woman is recovering, and her unborn baby is believed to be in good health.

More here. H/T: Fjordman

4 Responses

  1. I couldn’t care less. If her headscarf was ripped off, so what? As for her sprog, well it will just be born a slave and then grow up to be another Muzzloid.
    Harsh? Maybe, but I couldn’t care less.

  2. The attacker was probably an even more dedicated tard – who thought she should have been wearing a burkah.

  3. I disagree, if you cannot show open disgust at the meaning of and open wearing of this Islamic slave bag by pulling it off, what kind of response are people concerned about the Islamification of their non Muslim western societies supposed to do – openly SHOOT the wearers ?

    When western political establishments openly court Islamic money, while ignoring the illegal incitement to violence and hatred effecting OUR societies and openly preached in western Mosques under the banner of “tolerance”, what good does a protest do us ?

    I think a lot MORE tolerance should be shown for OUR legitimate resistance and offended feelings. Anyone dressing like that in a western country is definitely making a MOST unwelcome statement of Islamic supremacy. Are they inclined to “help” police in an inquiry into a terrorist plot or attack or not ? What do the records tell us ?

    WHAT consideration do the underaged white girl victims of those creatures “husbands” brothers and fathers ever receive when they’re being groomed drugged and threatened as part of their subsequent sexual exploitation and torture ?

    NO, the proper response to the Islamic rocket’s Muslim warhead is a considered, proportionate push back, as we say in Britain, “a stitch in time saves nine”.

    The answer to these issues of our rejection Muslims refusal to drop the 7th century hate cult/doctrine and assimilate into OUR societies as useful loyal peaceful subjects or citizens is in their own hands. Muslims in the West should stop throwing stones in other peoples glass houses.

    1. All I add to this, is the reasons why I posted this which of course involves my own personal views. As a conservative/libertarian, I cannot condone the use of violence towards someone with whom I fundamentally disagree, who is not threatening myself with immediate violence. Doing so goes against everything that I believe in. Another equally important point is that none of these acts of violence does anything good for our movement, heightening awareness of Islamization. IMHO, acts like this only create a sense of victimhood (read = islamofauxbia) that confuses/hoodwinks the very people we are trying to impress. That alone, in my opinion, is all by itself reason enough not to manhandle anyone. It’s highly counter-productive. At least you all get my position on this.

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