France: Dude, Where’s My Car?

I’m not sure I get what French cars did to people. They are being burned willy nilly, along with schools, buildings, and people. Remember the handicapped woman? And, there was more of this last night:

A night of rioting in France has left 1,408 vehicles burnt out and resulted in 395 arrests – the highest tolls yet in 11 nights of unrest.

Ten policemen were injured by shots and stones when they confronted 200 rioters in the Paris suburb of Grigny, with two policemen seriously hurt.

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Ronald is not amused. (photo from the BBC story). And, surprisingly, the first death has occurred.

French media report that a man in a coma after an attack on Friday could be the first fatality of the unrest.

Jean-Jacques Le Chenadec, 61, was reportedly struck by a hooded man in the street after he and a neighbour went to inspect damage to bins near their apartment block in the town of Stains, in the Seine-Saint-Denis region outside Paris.

Despite the somewhat tortured syntax, Monsieur Le Chenadec has indeed passed away. Or, to put it more succinctly, was murdered.

"It is strictly forbidden for any Muslim… to take part in any action that strikes blindly at private or public property or that could threaten the lives of others," the fatwa by the Union of Islamic Organisations in France said.

They aren’t supposed to make war on civilians, either. But they do.

When does France call for the US to save their bacon yet again?

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4 Responses to “France: Dude, Where’s My Car?”

  1. Maggie says:

    Recording: “I’m sorry the number you are trying to reach has temporarily been disconnected.”

    “If you require further assistance, please press #1 and you will be connected to the United Nations offices.”

  2. d-rod says:

    But Dalil Boubakeur, head of France’s Muslim Council and rector of the moderate Grand Mosque of Paris, denounced the idea that “some Muslim organizations such as the UOIF think they can invoke God’s name in a call for calm”.

    It’s better the “community of believers” save God’s name for use in beheading videos and such.

  3. Ogre says:

    And keep in mind that fatawas cannot override commandments from the koran to kill the infidel.

  4. Maggie says:

    Oh, sure Ogre…use the Koran against Muslims…how un-p.c. can you possibly get?


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