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The Islamic Jihad Terrorists have woven a response to create uncertainty and fear around the world. This is an example of what has happened in France, where immigration standards where lax, and now they are faced with threats and hate crimes against society and non-Muslims.

Internationally, this is part of the Terrorist plan, a deceptive war of hatred that works to destroy the very society that has been so generous to the largely immigrant population of Muslim Jihads.

Is it working? Or are fanatical Islamists creating a future of problems and suspicion for those Muslims' who are interested in keeping a far distance from such disruptions and crime.

Are the fanatic islamists networking terrorists attacks and propaganda campaigns that are sabatoguing any of those who want to remain Muslim, free from discrimination and free from the Muslim community issuing death threats?

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France: 112 Cars Torched Every Day


The joy of multiculturalism at work in France:

Why 112 cars are burning every day

FLAMES lick around a burning car on a tiny telephone screen. Omar, 17, a veteran of Frances suburban riots, replayed the sequence with pride. It was great. We did lots of them and then we went out and torched more the next day.
Omar, whose parents immigrated from Mali, was savouring memories of the revolt that erupted 12 months ago from his home, the Chne Pointu estate in Clichy-sous-Bois, in the eastern outskirts of Paris. Were ready for it again. In fact it hasnt stopped, he added.
Before next weeks anniversary of the Clichy riots, the violence and despair on the estates are again to the fore. Despite a promised renaissance, little has changed, and the lid could blow at any moment.
The figures are stark. An average of 112 cars a day have been torched across France so far this year and there have been 15 attacks a day on police and emergency services. Nearly 3,000 police officers have been injured in clashes this year. Officers have been badly injured in four ambushes in the Paris outskirts since September. Some police talk of open war with youths who are bent on more than vandalism.
The thing that has changed over the past month is that they now want to kill us, said Bruno Beschizza, the leader of Synergie, a union to which 40 per cent of officers belong. Action Police, a hardline union, said: We are in a civil war, orchestrated by radical Islamists.