Tag: France

France Bans Muslim Street Prayers
By September 20, 2011 Read More →

France Bans Muslim Street Prayers

The French government has enacted a new law prohibiting Muslims from praying in the streets. But on the first day of the ban hundreds of Muslims defied the law by taking over streets and sidewalks in Paris and other French cities to pray.

Posted in: France, Islam in Europe
European ‘No-Go’ Zones for Non-Muslims Proliferating
By August 22, 2011 Read More →

European ‘No-Go’ Zones for Non-Muslims Proliferating

Islamic extremists are stepping up the creation of “no-go” areas in European cities that are off-limits to non-Muslims.

Europeans Are Major Force Behind Second Gaza Flotilla
By July 2, 2011 Read More →

Europeans Are Major Force Behind Second Gaza Flotilla

The Gaza Strip has become an obsession in Europe, where Socialists have joined arms with Islamists in a ‘Red-Green Alliance’ aimed at isolating and delegitimizing Israel.

Europeans React to Death of Osama bin Laden
By May 6, 2011 Read More →

Europeans React to Death of Osama bin Laden

Leading newspapers and magazines in Europe have provided saturation coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden. Although initial media reaction in Europe was overwhelmingly supportive of the American commando operation, media outlets in many countries quickly regained their composure and anti-Americanism has now returned as their default position.

Posted in: Anti-Americanism
France: Burqa Ban Goes Into Effect
By April 14, 2011 Read More →

France: Burqa Ban Goes Into Effect

France’s much-debated “burqa ban” entered into force on April 11. The new law, which prohibits the wearing of Islamic body-covering burqas and face-covering niqabs in all public spaces in France, comes amid rising frustration that the country’s estimated 6.5 million Muslims are not integrating into French society.

Posted in: France, Islam in Europe
Why Are Pacifist Europeans Declaring War on Libya?
By March 23, 2011 Read More →

Why Are Pacifist Europeans Declaring War on Libya?

An unintended but highly illuminating irony of the military intervention in Libya is that it has exposed the duplicity behind European pacifism.

Posted in: Geopolitics, Spain
Franco-Spanish Sub Dispute Shows Challenges Facing EU Defense Market
By May 28, 2009 Read More →

Franco-Spanish Sub Dispute Shows Challenges Facing EU Defense Market

  As if to illustrate the challenges facing an integrated European defense market, the French naval shipyard DCNS is suing Spain’s leading state-owned shipbuilding firm, Navantia, for allegedly stealing trade secrets relating to the Scorpène submarine project.