Friday, February 7, 2020

COMING ATTRACTIONS? Classified Report Reveals 150 Islamist No-Go Zones in France

Five years ago, Mayor Anne Hidalgo, the socialist boss of Paris, threatened to sue FOX News for reporting on the existence of no-go zones: territories in France under Islamist control.
"When we're insulted, and when we've had an image, then I think we'll have to sue, I think we'll have to go to court, in order to have these words removed," she told CNN.
There was no lawsuit, but FOX News issued repeated apologies, with hosts "correcting" experts like Steve Emerson and Jessie Jane Duff who actually knew what they were talking about.
Two years later, Pamela Geller came under attack from the media for discussing French no-go zones.
The media had mocked Emerson and Geller as Americans who didn’t know anything about France.
But the wall of silence on no-go zones has been coming down. And it is indeed a wall of silence. The existence of a classified report by the General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI) identifying 150 areas in France under Islamist control has leaked. That leak comes just as the DGSI busted 7 Muslims for plotting a terrorist attack. The perpetrators were just another of the 400,000 on the Fiche S watch list.
These 150 neighborhoods that are held by Islamists not only overlap many of the territories that had been previously listed as no-go zones, but point to a problem that has is expanding across France. Beyond the suburbs of Paris, Lyon and Marseille, the report identifies areas of concern in Maubeuge, Roubaix, Denain, Haute-Savoie, Annemasse, Bourg-en-Bresse, Bourgoin-Jallieu, and Nogent-le-Rotrou.
Why did a report listing the existence of 150 no-go zones have to be classified? The inciting incident behind the secret report was a mass stabbing by a Muslim terrorist in early January. While the media insisted, once again, that the terrorist, who had shouted, “Allahu Akbar”, was suffering from mental illness, behind the scenes the wheels had begun to turn leading to the creation of the secret report.
Despite the cloak of secrecy, there isn’t likely to be anything new in the report for anyone in France.
Read the rest from Daniel Greenfield HERE.

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