Tuesday, 10 April 2012

According to Le Figaro, the radical Islamic group Forsane Alizza (Knights of Pride), which some reports have linked with Mohamed Merah, planned to attack the left-wing newspaper Libération and the French nationalist political movement Bloc Identitaire.

Libération is the French equivalent of the Guardian. Normally sympathetic to the point of lunacy with Muslims and immigrants generally, it managed to attract Forsane Alizza's ire by siding with Charlie Hebdo when the magazine's offices were firebombed after it printed a cartoon of Mohammed. Charlie Hebdo staff were even accommodated within Libération's offices for a time when their own were in an unusable state. Apparently Forsane Alizza planned to inflict "the same fate" on Libération.

The Mohammedans also planned to attack the "far right" nationalist movement Bloc Identitaire which campaigns against halal meat and the islamisation of France.

It had already been revealed that Forsane Alizza were considering kidnapping a member of the Jewish Defence League and a judge from Lyon.

Source: Le Figaro


Anonymous said...

Multiculturalism: When Will the Sleeper Wake?

by John Derbyshire


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The real far right to the far right

The far right Brothers based on extreme ideologies

What came first? The hen, or the egg?

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