France: Individual liberties for all but Muslims

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As France continues to expose its bigotry and short-sightedness on the world stage, it leaves many of us asking how a country which prides itself on those now often ironically stated words, liberté, égalité, fraternité, has fallen so far short of that tripartite. The birth place of the modern secular republic, France’s evident discomfort in using its blood stained freedoms to protect religious rites, when it was religion it fought to bear them, has led to a gross and menacing caricature of a liberal democracy. Bolstered by its clearly racialised view of religion, it enacts an increasingly drac…

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