This time last month a mob of Muslim protesters attacked a French police station in Trappes and injured several officers. The ostensible issue was the detaining of a Muslim woman for violating the ban on face veils.
However, the real reason for their culturally enriched response was obvious: the incident provided a golden opportunity for the Muslim community in Trappes to display its belligerence, its propensity for violence in support of Shariah, and its dominance over the local organs of the secular French state.
Now, a month later, Muslim women are recasting what happened as yet another example of prejudice, discrimination, and “hate” directed at poor Muslim victims by French infidels.
Many thanks to Bear for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for subtitling and adding commentary to this news video:
On a related note, consider these Swedish feminists who showed their solidarity for their victimized Muslima sisters by wearing the hijab.
|00:00||Since the latest events in Trappes, we don’t feel safe anymore, its clear.|
|00:04||And we have walked, because of this, today to say that we…|
|00:08||are Muslims, but we are above all are French citizens…|
|00:12||and I am well positioned to say so because usually I don’t wear this costume…|
|00:16||today we are Friday so I have gone to the mosque and|
|00:20||like all Fridays, and since I have worn this outfit…|
|00:24||and normally I wear jogging pants or just normal pants and see…|
|00:28||the attitude people have towards me when I am dressed in so called civilian…|
|00:32||is not the same at all as when I am dressed in this getup. And that is what is saddening.|
|00:36||A heavy stare …|
|00:40||I feel the heavy stare of denigration|
|00:44||and there are also words because people don’t content themselves with just staring.|
|00:48||Now today, they have really become confident because Islamophobia is part of …|
|00:52||the French landscape.|
|00:56||Today people are not afraid anymore. They are overtly Islamophobic.
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