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I really don’t have much comment on this piece in Frontpage Magazine other than to point out the use of “jeunes” (youths) that is common in Britain when talking about Muslim violence in their nations (another code word for Muslim violence in the UK is to call the perpetrators “Asian” — an attempt to avoid racism while playing straight into Edward Said’s “orientalism” argument.) These Muslim gangs, as in some portions of other European cities, have set themselves up as self-governing enclaves which continue to exist thanks to European “white guilt” over the colonial period, and suicidal fears of being called ‘racist.”

40% of the Marseilles population is Muslim, who see their return to the city — which had been part of Dar al’Islam in the 9th Century — as recovering Muslim territory. Charles Martel could not be reached for comment.