A comical Paris tv show that takes a jab at fox news for the shoddy reporting. The show mocks fox (which is fine by me) but is it really a worthy look
at refuting claims that highly dangerous Muslim areas exist? Personally, I was not convinced. There were no earth shattering revelations, no
journalism, no real facts to refute anything really. Just mockery.
Look, something about that two-minute jab didn't sit right with me after I've spent days and hours watching information regarding the Muslim problem
in Europe. And they weren't comedy shows. Anyway, my feelings were correct or at least confirmed there's more to the story because someone else I
found sure has a lot to say about the Fox news debacle. In fact, they have a lot to say about the politics surrounding the censorship of defamatory
remarks about Paris and Muslims.
Here's 40 minutes of facts to refute the thread posted above. You be the judge whether or not there are "no-go zones" OR lands of lawlessness. Or
"highly sensitive Muslim areas".
There seems to be a misunderstanding of
what a no-go zone is and what is meant by
the term by Europeans.
I lived in Germany 8 years ago for three years
near the French border.
There was a problem at that time with
Muslim no-go zones. It was in the news
at the time and I had heard about the
zones in the local news before we
ever came back from the US.
The no-go Muslim zones ruled by
Shariah law have been in existence
for well over 8 years, long before
the "immigration problem" .
People in France and Germany
were discussing 8 years ago if
this was healthy for the country or not.
Actually these no-go zones are nothing new
where Muslim immigrants settled in Europe.
What they mean by no-go is that
IF you go into them you are expected to
abide by Shariah law. If you don't follow
Shariah, don't go there or you risk
being assaulted for not following Shariah.
No-go doesn't mean non-Muslims are forbidden
to go into an area.
It means if you don't want to follow Shariah
then don't go into that area.
Most (even conservative) Muslims are accepting of non-Muslims in their homes and neighborhoods as long as you respect their customs and traditions
while visiting (not that there are not Muslims hostile to outsiders, but Muslims hardly have a monopoly on violence to outsiders) - There are plenty
of actual REAL no-go zones all across the world - There are countless neighborhoods that I know of in the United States where, if you don't "belong",
you risk serious bodily harm.
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