Saturday, November 05, 2005

Rioting in Paris

It is hard to believe that there has now been rioting in France for 9 days.

There are reports of over 500 cars destroyed, at least 27 buses destroyed, two trains attacked, and many other items.

It will be interesting to see how the French government deals with this if it continues... Maybe they will surrender to the Muslims rioters?

3 comments:

Mike Kole said...

Surrender is what the French are good at...

Robert Enders said...

If they surrender, they should do it in the form of repealing that law against wearing religious symbols to school. Headscarves, skullcaps, petagrams, crosses, and crescents are all forbidden in a French public school.
While rioting is not a legitimate form of political protest, repealing this law that is obviously directed at Muslims would go a long way towards ending the violence.

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