France: Muslims Pray In Streets Of Paris To Protest Mosque ClosureChris Menahan
Mar. 25, 2017
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There's nothing weird about this.
Up to 2,000 Muslims gathered outside the Clichy-la-Garenne Town Hall, in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, Friday, to pray congregational Friday prayers in public, in protest against the recent closure of a local Mosque.
Among those leading the protest was the director of the Committee against Islamophobia in France (CIF), Marwan Muhammad, who addressed the crowds, affirming that “we don’t want to have a conflict with the city hall, we are not happy about blocking people," adding that "this is not something Muslim men and women wanted. But this happened because they think they can treat Muslims like this, even in 2017. And it is not acceptable anymore.”It's the current year, bigot.
That means you're required to hand over your nation to foreigners and watch your people be conquered by them because you fear being called mean names.
If the people of France don't vote for Marine Le Pen they're voting to commit suicide.
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