Macron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

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In the course of a few weeks, France, which has the highest proportion of Muslim citizens in Europe, has been subjected, once again, to bloody assassinations by attackers shouting “Allahu Akbar”. The first was the beheading of schoolteacher Samuel Paty, who had been discussing the Charlie Hebdo cartoons with his class. This was followed two weeks later by the killing …

TribuneMacron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

Why Turkey Incites Jihadi Terror in France
By SETH FRANTZMAN

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A terrorist attack at a church in France on Thursday followed a week of Turkish incitement, including the use of mass media in Turkey to push for “retaliation” against France, such as boycotts, attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron, insults and rants directed against a French magazine and comparing France to the “Crusades.” Ankara apparently succeeded in radicalizing at least …

eHeziWhy Turkey Incites Jihadi Terror in France
By SETH FRANTZMAN

The “Yellow Vests” in France: Social Protest, Violence, and Antisemitism
By Dr. TSILLA HERSCHCO

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The “yellow vest” (gilets jaunes) demonstrations pose a difficult challenge to the French government and nation. They have revealed great public anger and frustration and have spread throughout the country with no sign of abating any time soon. They have also been marked by widespread acts of violence, including severe cases of antisemitism. The escalation of the demonstrations, …

eHeziThe “Yellow Vests” in France: Social Protest, Violence, and Antisemitism
By Dr. TSILLA HERSCHCO