According to the editor of The Geller Report and President of the American Freedom Defensive Initiative, Pamela Geller, some Muslim migrants in France are digging some kinds of “tiger traps” in order to catch police officers at night. Apparently, the pits even have sharp objects on the bottom and are perfectly covered up so no one can see them at night.
This information came through one of its French readers named Alexandre, who claimed these actions were made in the French district of Trois Ponts in Roubaix. The reader informed that several residents had delivered photographs of the holes and testimonies explaining the details of this situation.
Apparently, the perpetrators are a group of young individuals who dug holes 60 cm deep on average and covered them with sharp objects inside in order injure police officers at night during pursuit races. The reader told that residents alerted police officers about this issue and they went to the scene to check the reported claims.
Alexandre explained that authorities confirmed they spotted several pitfalls. Nevertheless, he also said no official information was provided and no one has been arrested or investigated so far.
According to the Pew Research Center, France has the second largest Muslim population among European Union members, with 4.7 million people that correspond to 7.5 percent of the entire French population.
Crime rates in the country have increased, and several areas have become no-go zones by Muslim men, who are openly hostile to women presence in public. Given this terrible situation, French women launched a fightback last year to retake the streets in predominantly Islamic neighborhoods, which became entirely male dominated.
In Lyon, which is the second biggest city of France, several reports showed that women are now actively changing their dress in order to avoid being threatened or sexually assaulted by Muslim men.
In the matter of Islamic extremism, several investigations have shown that this is a terrible issue that France will keep suffering in the future, given the fact that young Muslims embrace these ideas.
Recently, a study from the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) looking at the prevalence of radical ideology among high school students revealed that French Muslims are much more likely to hold fundamentalist religious views than other pupils and to tolerate different forms of violence.
This study involved more than 7,000 students, aged between 14 and 16, who were studying at four academies and 21 schools in France. Sociologists who conducted the survey stressed the sample doesn’t represent the French youth as a whole.
The schools that were included in the study are located in poor areas with overrepresentation in the student body of pupils that are Muslims (which represents 25 percent), students with immigrant backgrounds (38 percent), and students from working class backgrounds (41 percent).
The CNRS informed that 11 percent of respondents overall were identified with religious fundamentalism, which rises to 32 percent among Muslim students.
One of the sociologists who conducted the study noted a significant difference between the figure compared with 0.6 percent of non-Muslims and six percent of Christians identified by the research organization as religious extremists. Nevertheless, the sociologist added that two-thirds of Muslims do not adhere to these kinds of ideas.
On the topic of Charlie Hebdo Islamic terrorist massacre, which took place in Paris in 2015, 32 percent of respondents didn’t condemn these evil actions. Just under 25 percent of the young people questioned said they consider certain type of violent behavior legitimate. This included confronting the police, taking violent actions for ideological reasons or stealing a scooter.
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The study revealed that a third of Muslim schoolchildren (which represents 33 percent) defended these actions, compared to 22 percent of students who declare themselves as irreligious and 20 percent of Christians.
Additionally, 44 percent of pupils who said they tolerate some forms of violence and classed as having fundamentalist religious views, told that it is totally acceptable to take up arms and fight for their religion. 70 percent of this group didn’t condemn the terrorist of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Regarding these extremely concerning numbers, one of the sociologists who participated in the study assured that the spread of radical ideas is around three times much more strong among young Muslims than in the sample as a whole.
Also, he told that membership of the Islamic religion is the biggest predictive factor on the topic of identifying elements that increase a person´s susceptibility to radical beliefs.