A brand new poll which was released today reveals that 88% of the French public would like to see radical Salafist Islam completely banned.
Muslims that adhere to Salafist teachings and practises are followers of an extremely conservative branch of Islam. The ultra-conservative branch has been touted as the “the fastest-growing Islamic movement in Europe” And to no ones surprise they are one of the biggest backers of Shariah Law.
The poll was conducted by Odoxo company in the aftermath of a cowardly attack from Radical Islamic terrorists which sadly caused the tragic death of four people and even went as far as to injure another fifteen people and obviously this has led to the silent majority in France wanting French President Emmanuel Macron to stamp out terrorism.
The people in France have simply had enough of Islamic terror on their streets and it showed in the poll where 87% would like to see suspects of religious radicalisation placed in detention centres to prevent terror, and 88% of French want the ultra-conservative branch of Islam banned altogether.
In another poll conducted by Elabe 80% claimed they would like to see the deportation of any foreign nationals who were radical extremists.
The poll also revealed other things like half of the French electorate thinking French President Macron isn’t properly tackling the terror his country faces.
Marine Le Pen the former French Presidential candidate, and Laurent Wauquiez a prominent conservative leader have in the past demanded anybody on the French terror watch list called the ‘S-list’ for suspected be immediately thrown out of France.
Reportedly their are well over 20,000 people on the “S-list” in France.
There is absolutely no social cohesion, just segregation and forced integration which causes immeasurably ruination to Western and European society and culture. The ordinary people all around the Western world have become tired and frustrated of near constant Radical Islamic terrorist attacks, grooming gangs and the creeping Islamization in places like France.
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