May 16, 2007, - 3:24 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Last year, I told you about the kidnapping and disgusting torture murder of Ilan Halimi by Muslims in France.
They burned cigarettes on him, they cut off his fingers, and did assorted other barbaric acts on him, until he finally died. Muslim neighbors of the murderers heard his last screams of extreme agony, but did nothing.
Unfortunately, the same continues in France, from which Jews are leaving in record numbers. At the end of April, a French Jewish woman was beaten, brutalized, and carved by Muslims. They originally wanted to steal her cellphone, but saw a Jewish ornament on her neck and proceeded to attack her, including carving swastikas into her chest.
Here’s the account from Arutz Sheva/Israel National News:
A young Jewish woman was brutalized by two Muslim Arabs in France Thursday.
Audrey Brachelle, 22, was attacked in the French city of Marseilles Thursday evening. The attack began as she walked back from her job as an accountant at a textile factory toward the metro station in the La Rose neighborhood of the city, which is home to many Jews.
Two Arab men followed her and attempted to steal her cell phone. After they grabbed it, the attackers noticed the Jewish ornament on the woman’s necklace, at which point she says they realized she was Jewish and began focusing on brutalizing her rather than stealing her phone.
The men then punched her in the face, sliced her dress with a knife and carved at least one Nazi swastika into her chest. They also cut off a clump of her hair.
Despite the swastikas and epithets expressed by the attackers, the French government is hesitating to admit that the attack was an anti-Jewish one. . . .
France is home to a huge community of Muslim Arabs, who have enjoyed the nation’s liberal immigration policies but brought with them the anti-Semitism of their nations of origin. . . .
The Jews of France are still reeling from the events of last year. In February, 2006, the murder of Ilan Halimi shocked the French Jewish community. Halimi was kidnapped by French Muslims and brutally tortured to death.
Just last week, Rabbi Elie Dahan, rabbi of Nord-Pas-de-Calais in northern France, was violently attacked by a man who yelled “dirty Jew” at him while pummeling him in the face at the Paris North train station.
In a step reminiscent of pre-Holocaust times, the Chief Rabbis of France and Norway have called on Jews in those countries not to go outside with obvious Jewish symbols.
I typically hide my Jewish jewelry when I wear it outside, because there are so many Muslims in the greater Detroitistan area who would maim or kill me if they got the chance. And the Bush/Gonzales Department of “Justice” moves, inexcusably, very slowly on the very serious death and torture threats I’ve received from local Muslims.
If you don’t think what happened to Audrey Brachelle and Ilan Halimi will ever happen in America, think again. We’ve already had previews with various Muslim shooters and attackers around the country–from the UNC Muslim who drove into students with his jeep to the Muslim who murdered people at the Jewish Community Center of Seattle to the Trolley Square Muslim terrorist who shot and killed several people execution style. And, fortunately, the Muslims who plotted against Fort Dix were caught. Well, six of them. The other four involved will not be charged because of the claim that there isn’t enough evidence. That’s right–there really isn’t a “Fort Dix Six.” It’s the “Fort Dix Ten.”
Coming to America? Nope. It’s already here. Because our immigration policies are now worse and more lenient than France’s. And this is what is in store for our future because of it.
As for France, not only would I not want to live there, it’s not even a nice place to visit.
“Religion of Peace”? More like Religion of Pieces . . . as in, Cut You to Pieces.
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