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Offline viocjit

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Riot in France
« on: July 20, 2013, 01:33:40 PM »
Riot erupts in French town as veiled woman claims police brutality
A riot erupted in a town near Paris on Friday night after police stopped and charged a woman wearing the Islamic face-covering veil. Residents accused police of using violence against the woman's family, while police unions say her husband attacked an officer.

Source to read more (RFI [Mainstream French Radio]) :

Others sources in English language :
1.The time of Israel (Jewish media) :
2.Galliawatch (French nationalist blog) :
3.If you have another source share this with us please.

Sources in French language :
1.RFI (Mainstream French Radio) :
2.RTL (Mainstream French Radio) :
3.Yahoo France (You know what is it) :
4.Al Kanz (Muslim media) :
5.CCIF (Muslim media) :
6.Ajib (Muslim media) : (Right wing) :
8.Riposte Laïque (Right wing) :
9.Défrancisation (Right wing) :
10.There are already many sources.

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Re: Riot in France
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2013, 03:02:38 PM »
Thanks for the links, viocjit. It sounds like there's some question about how the police handled the original incident, which would help explain the subsequent reactions (though certainly not excuse them).
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Re: Riot in France
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2013, 07:11:22 PM »
Here in Australia we had this...

After being stopped by police last year for not displaying her P-plates, Ms Matthews was ordered to pay $276 in fines and court costs.
She claimed on Channel Seven and allegedly in a statutory declaration to Campbelltown police that the officer who stopped her had attempted to tear the burqa off her face, a claim that was proven untrue by the police patrol car video camera.

Then the kicker...

...the judge (found) he could not be certain that it was Ms Matthews who made the statutory declaration complaining about the officer who stopped her car because the person who handed the document in to the police station wore a burqa

In the end she got a suspended jail sentence.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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Re: Riot in France
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2013, 07:16:33 PM »
Maybe burkas need to come with faces you can put on the outside.  Like Mr Potato Head use to be.
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Re: Riot in France
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2013, 08:50:01 PM »
^^^Now there's an idea I should propose to my Muslim students. It will probably go over as well as my "Virtual Reality Hajj Helmet" did. Doing my best to nudge them into the 21st century... :angel:
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Re: Riot in France
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2013, 05:29:28 PM »
Muslims made a video only available in French called "Trappes , police , nikab , émeute , les médias vous mentent , voici ce qui s'est réellement passé [Trappes , police , niqab , riot , the medias lie to you , here what's really happened] :

Resume (this resume is only about the arrestation) : They said that a woman with her husband and her child of four month had a control of identity (all the family had this control of identity) by police officers (when that happen you must show your "carte national d'identité" or national identity card [ID] in English language). They collaborated after the police said somethings like "ici t'est en France [Here you're in France]" , "tenue de chauve-souris ce n'est pas le carnaval" [Clothes of bat this is not the carnaval]. The mother explain that she're not OK about what they said , a police officer pushed her (the speaker don't know exactly what's happened because he said that he can't explain what's happened). The daughter take part in this conflict and said something like "vous ne touchez pas à ma mère" [Don't touch my mother]. After they tell others violence commited by police officers. They busted the couple (the speakers tell that the couple don't beat the police officers).

Personal think : They believe maybe really what they say or they practise the taqiyya (Arabic :  ????).
What is it ?
For me theirs version is probably untrue. I already saw muslims insult the police and fight with them (it was not in Trappes).
After the muslims accuse the police to beat them so then that they are those who started the battle , this is a classic.
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