Professor Christian de Moline said that France will never convert the 30% of Sharia Law demanding Muslims in their country to French democracy, so offered up a solution to avoid civil war: He thinks France should create a dual system of law, one for the French, and another for Muslims.
Back in 2004 Barbara Amiel of the Telegraph spoke about the future of France in an article called Is France on the way to becoming an Islamic state?
“France is facing the problem that dare not speak its name,” she wrote. “Though French law prohibits the census from any reference to ethnic background or religion, many demographers estimate that as much as 20-30 per cent of the population under 25 is now Muslim. The streets, the traditional haunt of younger people, now belong to Muslim youths.”
“Given current birth rates, it is not impossible that in 25 years France will have a Muslim majority. The consequences are dynamic: is it possible that secular France might become an Islamic state?”
Now, in 2017, there is the proposal of dividing the country to avoid civil war.
From Causer (Translated from French)
Everyone realizes that a second people has formed in France, a branch that wants to settle their lives on religious values and is fundamentally opposed to the liberal consensus on which our country was founded. But a nation always rests on a fundamental pact, a minimum of laws that all approve. This is not the case anymore. We can never get the toothpaste into the tube and convert the 30% of Muslims who demand the introduction of sharia to the merits of our democracy and secularism. We are now allowing segregation to take place that does not say its name. While we are not yet at open war, the faithful of the Prophet are already regrouping in areas sometimes governed by special rules
Christian de Moline said the only solution seems to be a state inspired by colonial Algeria and Mayotte; “one territory, one government, but two peoples: the French with the usual laws and Muslims with Qur’anic status.”
Thanks to Westmonster