France deports Islamist militants, imams amid crackdown

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Perv889966 wrote:

It’s encouraging to see France protecting its citizens from terrorists.

Apr 02, 2012 5:11pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Wassup wrote:

Let’s hear it for the French. America should have the same ambition and follow threw when confronted with the same idiocy. Viva la France!

Apr 02, 2012 9:30pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Butch_from_PA wrote:

Viva la France. Foreign extremism shall not be tolerated. There are enough crazy people born in France already. I hope other countries follow this lead.

Why aren’t citizen groups hunting these extremists down? Treat them with the same respect they give. They would not be convicted amongst their peers.

If all the neighborhood watch captains and schools and reality show offerings were on the hunt to root out extremism – I bet it would shrink away real fast.

Apr 02, 2012 9:49pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
nicaea_325 wrote:

I have read many government use tactics of diversion. Anti-Islam is so popular and could easily stir people away from more critical issues like economy and unemployment. There maybe some encouragement… who knows. It’s election time, need some popularity and use it to cover oneself.

Apr 02, 2012 12:18am EDT  --  Report as abuse
BJUST wrote:

To sum it up, there seems to be two types of extremists and terrorist entities – an open and legal one that is authorized to invade, kill, destroy and maim, and an illegal one that does pretty much the same but without the privileges of the preceding. I am in no way trying to condone or justify the horrific act of terror committed in Toulouse or anywhere else for that matter, but to point out a discord in the contemporary world where we so stupidly waste so much of life, time and wealth to get control of the symptoms leaving the real problem at large.

No doubt the man involved in the Toulouse case is a terrorist and I am happy that he is no more alive but why shouldn’t we look into his reasons for doing such a nasty thing. We shouldn’t compromise or give into the demands of the terrorists argument is so naïve and rings hollow! Look at what the Americans are up to in case of the Taliban now after ten years of war, death and destruction shamefully eating their own words!!

Apr 03, 2012 3:27am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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