Why does France hate Islam?

Why does France hate Islam?
Why does France hate Islam?
In vain, the ruling party in France, and the intellectuals and media guards of the republican ideology, are trying to include the re-publication of the offensive cartoons of the Arab Prophet within the framework of freedom of expression and belief, two values ​​that rise to the rank of “holiness” in the official French narrative about the republic and its long-standing values. Refuting such an argument does not take much effort. “Charlie Hebdo” magazine has not published these cartoons, and other anti-Muslim cartoons, since 2005, as a contribution to the criticism of religions in general, and their political and social role, as it did when it was founded in the early 1970s. Paying attention to the timing of the publication of these cartoons is extremely important, because it sheds light on its actual ideological-political backgrounds, given its coincidence with a major shift that “Charlie Hebdo” embarked on, since the start of the so-called American and Western war on “terrorism.” The magazine, which was one of the most prominent platforms of the anti-clerical movement and of capitalism and colonialism in France, suddenly turned, with the start of the aforementioned war, and under the supervision of its spiritual guide, Zionist Philip Fall, into a trumpet inciting the Islamic movements and Islam as a religion, as they are the greatest threat threatening the security of the world and modern civilization, And everything that symbolizes “freedom, openness, enlightenment,” and other empty, abstract values. It must be recalled that “Charlie Hebdo”, first of all, reprinted the cartoon images previously published by the right-wing Danish daily “Jyllands Posten”, which are supposed to stand in contrast to the French left-wing magazine. The fact is that balanced sectors of the elites of the West, right and left, terrified by the atrophy of their accelerating influence at the global level, and the rise of the role of non-Western powers and peoples, see Muslims, by virtue of their common historical experience, geographical neighborhood, and the presence of population blocks of them in Western countries, “the enemy The closest ”and the“ fifth column ”, against which the“ white nerve ”can be mobilized. The invention of an enemy to mobilize such nervousness, and to employ it for electoral and / or political purposes, both internal and external, is what Emmanuel Macron and other French and Western politicians seek, as part of their permanent endeavor to create the internal consensus necessary to ensure their survival in power and unite the ranks of ancient democracies, terrified of leaving the world. Out of control.Whoever thinks that “delicate” French feelings were shocked when a Chechen youngster, lost in the world of virtual fatwas, decapitated a French teacher who offered his students drawings offensive to the Messenger, he must remember that these feelings were not affected when members of the French police, that is, employees representing the state In the past two decades, dozens of assaults and racist crimes against French citizens from the suburbs and popular neighborhoods, and of Arab and African origins. In the case of the young man, Adam Traore, for example, a Frenchman of financial origins, who suffocated after four French police officers perched on him in one of their stations, on July 19, 2016, this scandalous racist crime did not lead to a massive protest movement, like the one witnessed in American cities For weeks, after the murder of African-American citizen George Floyd, in similar circumstances, by an American policeman. Which is more dangerous to “French democracy” and its “eternal” values: a crime committed by a clumsy extremist, or dozens of crimes committed by the institution charged with preserving the security and lives of citizens? What is revealed by double standards on the part of a balanced majority of French society, as well as the succession of racist attacks launched by French individuals against immigrants or places of worship, the latest of which is an attack on two veiled Algerian women in the “Chan de Mars” neighborhood near the Eiffel Tower, indicating that white nervousness is spreading strongly in The waist. The French president, who spoke of “Islamic separatism”, that is, a threat to the country’s identity, security and territorial integrity, and about a battle between “civilization and barbarism” in his mourning for the murdered teacher, in reclaiming the vocabulary of colonial discourse, as well as his equality between Islamists and terrorists, is consciously feeding this nervousness And by giving it legitimacy and credibility as the head of the state, and his speech has more impact among public opinion than the speeches of the leaders of the extreme right, for example. Those targeted by the policies of exclusion, marginalization, and squeezing in the suburbs of poverty and police abuse, that is, the children of immigrants of Arab and African origins, call it institutional racism, and consider it a continuity within France’s borders of the colonial administration of population affairs, which prevailed in the colonies at an earlier time. Many of these Islamists took on the banner simultaneously in defense of rights and identity, after the disappearance of other liberal ideologies in the past decades. It is this role that Islam is playing that provokes and alerts a wide current of the political elite and armies of experts, researchers and media professionals, and the great majority of prominent Zionists, such as Alan Felkenkraut, Pascal Bruckner, Elizabeth Badinter, Eric Zemmour, Caroline Forest, Pierre Andre Tageyev and others, participated in the elaboration of the thesis of the internal Islamic To confirm that France and Israel face one enemy. This is a very important point, and it is often ignored by Arab researchers and media professionals: the role of the Zionist lobby and its “academic” and media networks in making the theory of the Islamic threat. Perhaps it should also be noted that the French president, who wants to fight Islamists and terrorists, is the same one who pushed the French Parliament to pass a resolution, voted by a weak majority, that equates hostility to Zionism and anti-Semitism.
Just as the French president uses internal social and political conflicts to promote the hypothesis of the Islamic threat, he exploits the geopolitical conflicts between France and Turkey, for example, for the same purpose, so that the Turkish president is not just a competitor for influence and wealth in Libya and the eastern Mediterranean, but the owner of an imperial “Ottoman” project dangerous to Europe itself! The Islamophobic discourse that was formulated in the era of colonial expansion in the nineteenth century, days when France was a rising power, is being restored today, after its transformation into an aging power, to close ranks and unite with the rest of the Western powers against “others”, Muslims and non-Muslims.

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