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Saturday, January 30, 2016

FRANCE REACTS TO MUSLIM CARNAGE BY ISSUING ULTIMATUM TO ISRAEL: Either create a Palestinian terror state, or we will recognize it anyway. ~~~ VIDEO: Hateful Muslim crowd trashes everything in sight in a Parisian street. PARIS no longer the city of love - Tourism industry suffers heavy losses as Muslim terror keeps visitors away

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VIDEO of Muslim rampage as they express their hate by destroying everything in sight in a Parisian street.  All of them are way older than 18 years old.  The video is all about rage and destruction.  You don't need to watch all of it.  A few seconds will give you an idea.


When this - and worse, including murder - happens in Israel, the French government excuses it as just "resistance".  Now Muslim hate and terror are wreaking havoc in French cities.  Would partitioning France in a Two-States Solution solve the problem, perhaps? 
READ satire suggesting a Two-States Solution for France 

FRANCE'S ULTIMATUM TO ISRAEL:  Either create a Palestinian state or we will recognize one anyway.  France reacts to Muslim terror and violence in France by organizing a conference to push for the partition of Israel and the creation of another Arab terror state.  UPDATE - Fmr. Ambassador slams French appeasement
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Paris (AFP) - France is looking to quickly revive plans for an international conference to "bring about the two-state solution" to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Friday.

"In the coming weeks, France will take... steps in order to organise an international conference gathering each of the parties' principle partners -- principally Americans, Europeans and Arabs -- in order to preserve and to bring about the two-state solution," he said in remarks to diplomats.   Should efforts to breathe life into the moribund peace process fail, France would move to unilaterally recognise Palestine as a state, Fabius said.


Israel is still responding angrily to France's proposal yesterday to call an international peace conference with Israel and the Palestinians - and to unilaterally recognize the state of "Palestine," should the conference fail to bring peace.  Political officials told Arutz Sheva that they wonder "whether France will propose an international conference with ISIS, after it armed and spread terror in France?" 
Another official explained that "The French proposal effectively gives the Palestinians an excuse to blow up the talks and still get all they want without negotiating at all."  He added: "This is a mistaken approach. Why should the Palestinians give up something as part of the conference, when they already know that they will get what they wanted from the beginning if no progress is made? If and when we get an invitation to the conference, we will consider whether we want to treat it with the necessary seriousness."
A partitioned State of Israel: 
Only nine miles wide at its narrowest point:

The last time I saw Paris it was in 1999.  And you could already sense fatidic signs of security decline even in the chic downtown tourist areas.  There was much worse to come, and France's final defeat has only started, thanks to leftist migration policies, and a traditional political right wing with absolutely no backbone to save the country.

French President Francois Hollande welcomes Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the Elysee Palace before attending a unity rally “Marche Republicaine” on January 11, 2015 in Paris in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. (Photo credit: AFP/ DOMINIQUE FAGET
France:  A country that loves terrorists, if they only kill Jews
President Hollande warmly welcomes Palestinian terrorist Mahmoud Abbas at an anti-terror rally in Paris in January 2015. 

One of many Muslim traditions in France:  torching hundreds of cars in only one night, either in protest or in their own way of celebrating New Year - every year.


France’s ambassador to US: Paris jihad terrorists first hit “Jews,” then “ordinary citizens”

According to the French government's view, as long as terrorists hit Jews, that's no big deal and they may even deserve it 

It's only when Muslim terrorists hit non-Jewish French citizens that the act officially becomes "terror". 

Last week, French citizens residing in America received a letter from Gérard Araud, France’s ambassador to the US, responding to the tragic event in Paris on November 13.

The letter expressed horror in the face of the coordinated ISIS attacks on innocent people, without mentioning the name of the terrorist organization, and an appeal for unity and solidarity during these trying times.
After expressing solidarity with the people of France and praising the United States and President Obama for “being on our side in the fight against extremism and terrorism,” Araud wrote:
“These are the foundations of our model of society that the terrorists seek to destroy: Yesterday journalists and Jews; now ordinary citizens whose only crime was to enjoy life on a Friday night in Paris.” 

The implication is that the journalists provoked the attack by drawing Muhammad, and the Jews provoked the attack just by being Jews.  Ordinary citizens, however, did not deserve it.  
Read more on France's peculiar way of reacting to the November 2015 wave of Muslim terror in Paris. 


Muslim terror and criminality keeping tourists away from France. 
The industry has suffered a significant decline and financial loss since the last wave of terror in November 2015.

Pianist plays "Imagine" in a Parisian street, as a response to the Muslim slaughter of French citizens.  Something wrong with this picture?

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Omerta autour du livre de Pierre Péan sur le rachat de la France par le Qatar ?BOOK - HOW TERROR-FUNDING QATAR HAS TAKEN OVER THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT
- And how GERMAN policies favoring IRAN are guided by economic interests rather than concerns with ethics or world security

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French appeasement deja vu
By Yoram Ettinger 
Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger is a consultant on US affairs, as well as former Minister for Congressional Affairs and former Consul General in Houston, Texas.
The French intent to recognize Palestinian statehood in Judea and Samaria if the ‎Israel-Palestinian ‎negotiations fail reflects the French policy of appeasing ‎Palestinian terrorism (since the 1960s) and Islamic ‎terrorism (since 1978). ‎
Rather than sheltering France from terrorism, France's appeasement policy -- ‎more ‎than any other European country -- has fueled anti-French and anti-‎Western terrorism.
French policy has ‎rewarded the 100-year-old systematic ‎Palestinian hate-education, incitement and terrorism. It prejudges ‎the ‎outcome of negotiations and minimizes Palestinian incentive to negotiate.
While the Nov. 13, 2015 and Jan. 7, 2015 combined slaughter of ‎‎147 people in Paris was ‎committed by Islamic terrorists, much of the ‎responsibility for enticing these heinous acts lies at the doorstep ‎of French ‎policymakers who have appeased Palestinian and Islamic terrorists, with the ‎former facilitating ‎the penetration of Europe for the latter.
Since the 1960s, France has tolerated the presence on French soil of ‎Palestinian terror organizations, ‎operationally, logistically and diplomatically. ‎
Notwithstanding – and due to -- French hospitality and support ‎of pro-‎Palestinian proposals at the U.N. General Assembly and Security Council, many ‎acts of terrorism ‎against French, Arab, American and Israeli citizens have ‎occurred on the French mainland: the July 31, 1975 ‎PLO hostage-taking at ‎Iraq's Embassy in Paris; the April 3, 1982 murder of an Israeli diplomat; the ‎Aug. ‎‎9, 1982 murder of six patrons (including two Americans) at the Chez Goldberg Restaurant, etc.
During the ‎‎1970s, France replenished the bank ‎accounts of Palestinian terrorists to avoid the wrath of ‎terrorism in ‎general and hijacking in particular. In 1996, France prevented the addition of ‎Hamas to the list ‎of international terrorist organizations.
A new standard of appeasement was set in 1978, when French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, in collaboration ‎with U.S. President Jimmy Carter and the U.S. ‎foreign policy establishment, overruled severe opposition by the ‎French Secret ‎Service, by providing political asylum to the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who was ‎expelled from ‎Iran and Iraq for incitement, subversion and terrorism.
They ‎embraced an anti-Western arch-terrorist, ‎stabbing the back of a pro-‎Western Muslim leader, the Shah of Iran, "the policeman of the Gulf." ‎
Those ‎two presidents generated a very effective tailwind to the Khomeini Revolution, ‎the most ferocious, ‎megalomaniacal, supremacist, jihadi threat to Western ‎civilization, destabilizing the Persian Gulf, the ‎Middle East and the rest of the ‎globe, undermining U.S. and French homeland security, national security ‎and ‎economic interests.
In 1978, France provided Khomeini with a unique organizational and ‎operational platform in Western Europe, ‎which served as vital recruiting ground ‎for Islamic terrorists but became a key target for Islamic terrorism. ‎
From his cushioned exile in France, Khomeini orchestrated the campaign to ‎topple the shah while preaching jihad (holy war) against Western ‎democracies and the abode of the "infidel."
Khomeini leveraged ‎French ‎recklessness and gullibility in order to advance the 14-century-old Islamic ‎strategy of subordinating ‎humanity to Islam through nonviolent and violent ‎means, through straight talk and double talk (taqiyyah) ‎and through ‎provisional peace (hudna) accords, destined for violation once the Muslim ‎side is strong ‎enough to overcome the infidel.
On Feb. 1, 1979, upon the demise of the shah, France provided a red-‎carpeted Air France plane to ‎chauffeur Khomeini -- an eventual world ‎banker of Islamic terrorism and the most oppressive ‎Islamic regime -- from ‎Paris to Tehran.
France was aware of Khomeini's terror-driven worldview and of his prescribed ‎school textbooks, which ‎brainwashed Islamic youth in France and other ‎countries into hating the "arrogant great Western Satan." ‎
However, France ‎preferred to sacrifice long-term national and homeland security interests on the ‎altar of ‎short-term convenience/wishful-thinking, assuming that protection ‎money would spare France the wrath of ‎the ayatollahs.
France failed to realize ‎that fear, concessions and appeasement fuel terrorism, signaling to ‎rogue ‎regimes that terrorism pays off, thus dealing a lethal blow to moderate Muslims ‎and to the prospects of ‎regime change in Iran.
According to Amir Taheri, a top expert on Iran and a veteran columnist of the ‎leading Saudi daily, Asharq Al-Awsat:
"President Mitterrand launched his ‎appeasement of the ayatollahs weeks after his election in ‎‎1981, releasing 31 ‎convicted terrorists and lifting the ban on pro-terrorist publications, and an ‎illegal radio ‎station, allowing Palestinian [terrorist] groups to operate in Paris, ‎feting Yasser Arafat, then the godfather of ‎terror. ...
"The Iranian Embassy in ‎Paris became the center of [subversive/terrorist] operations for Europe. ... ‎In ‎‎1983, 83 French paratroopers were murdered in a suicide attack in ‎Beirut, and the French ambassador to Lebanon was assassinated. ...
"In 1985, ‎General Rene Audron of France's Defense ‎Department was assassinated [by ‎Muslim terrorists]. A few months later, Paris was hit by a series of ‎bomb ‎attacks. In February 1986, a major shopping arcade and a hotel were ‎bombed ... and there was an ‎attempt to blow up the Eiffel Tower. ... ‎Throughout the Mitterrand appeasement, 93 people were murdered ‎and over ‎‎800 wounded by terrorists."
Taheri adds:
"Mitterrand agreed to release ‎‎$1 billion of ‎frozen Iranian assets ... [and] expelled key figures of the Iranian ‎opposition who were in exile in Paris. ... ‎Iranian agents murdered 17 Iranian ‎opposition activists in France. ... Young men and women born and raised ‎in ‎France but brainwashed into a deep hatred of everything to do with France ‎and the West by years of ‎‎[Islamic] propaganda..."
In defiance of contemporary reality and well-documented 1,400-year-old ‎Islamic terrorism but consistent ‎with appeasement, French President Francois ‎Hollande stated following the January 7, 2015 terrorism at the ‎French satirical ‎magazine, Charlie Hebdo: "Those who committed this act have nothing to do ‎with Islam." ‎Hollande's statements and policies on Islamic and Palestinian ‎terrorism reflect his determination to learn ‎from history by repeating -- and not ‎by avoiding -- dramatic errors, dooming France and the West to ‎exacerbated ‎terrorism.


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