France, Islam and Secularism | Start Here
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French President Emmanuel Macron says he wants to get tough on “Islamist separatism”. So why does his proposed new law have some people feeling like he … .

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49 thoughts on “France, Islam and Secularism | Start Here

  1. Muslim in the Middle East or Any Part of the World are bad at adapting in Western Societies so they build Communities on Their Own, But some Are Spreading their Religion to Others and Demand the Government of That Nation to Abide the Sharia Law Like ones in Britain Unlike Other Religion like Christians, Hindu etc.

  2. China is having a very similar problem – the fight against assimilation by the Uyghurs in the name of self-determination took the form of separatism by certain extremists, who believed in that violence is the only way. This led to the Chinese Government to exercise unnecessary measures (like the so called re-education camps) to the entire Uyghurs community.

  3. This wouldn't got this point if you religious nutbags would learn how to live with others in harmony. You had to go and decapitate people, blow up buildings, shooting innocent people, and stabbing elders.

  4. Their fear is valid , when terrorist attack happened , also a country which have Christian roots . Same could have happened vice versa in any muslim country if other religion become violent

  5. This news channel is biased AF.. French president establishing policies to gain votes and not to counter terrorism.. Epic.. I've seen no Muslim not one who says Macron did a just and right thing, and this behavior from religious extremists is wrong..

  6. Islam is not a religion of peace. You can always see them demanding special treatment wherever they are present. But when Islam is the majority, they are so intolerant of other religions.

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