This needs no commentary. It speaks for itself. But it is exactly what Linda Sarsour advised all Muslims at the Muslim Brotherhood ISNA confab, “don’t assimilate.”
Our number one and top priority is to protect and defend our community. It is not to assimilate and to please any other people in authority. Our obligation is to our young people, is to our women, to make sure our women are protected in our community, and our top priority, even higher than all those priorities, is to please Allah and only Allah.
Rough translation thanks to Alexandre.
Muslim students can never be French, because their religion forbids them.
“I’ve been a teacher (history-geo-civics teacher) for over 20 years. I have practiced in 5 suburban colleges, including two Zone d’éducation prioritaire and one in an establishment classified violence zone.
I saw more than 4000 young people from the suburbs, whom I had to instruct, encourage and accompany, in my classes (from the 6th to the 3rd), with a benevolence and selflessness that has never failed me.”
You claim that the suburban populations are “put in the garage from college and high school”?
That “the foundation of a thriving society is education” and, therefore, you insinuate that minorities receive no education in our country?
What a big joke! No: what aberration, what bad faith, what mistaken and false vision of reality!
My pupils in the cities receive the same education as all the little French. Their education is free (not counting the aids and various services supposed to help these families but which are systematically spent for anything other than school …)
If, at the end of a school career which is mostly disastrous, the teaching staff is obliged to offer vocational guidance at the end of the third year, it is not reasonable to propose to a 15-year-old Consider studying medicine while he has not yet deigned to learn to count (and speak French correctly). Do you ignore the importance of resistance to learning French in our schools?
French is for them a “foreign language”, the language of the “unbelievers” as they like to repeat it to me.
Here is the fruit of my reflection, after 20 years of experience in contact with your so-called “sacrificed generation”:
I am in the front line to show the financial, human and technical resources available to these young people for decades (yes, millions spent in the colleges and lycées for these populations).
I would like to point out, for example, that the college where I am currently working makes permanent 14 TNIs with a total value of 100 000 euros – one in each classroom – two computer rooms containing 50 PCs with internet connection, A magnificent library on two floors, dozens of hours of weekly support and tutorials of all kinds (which cost a lot of money to the State because paid overtime), a quasi-free restaurant service, school trips (museums , Travel in Spain, Italy, England and Germany, supported by the socio-educational home) etc, etc, etc … I continue?
The other children of the commune (who do not live in the city) are far from having such privileges.
In spite of everything, these young people from the suburbs (as you call them) have only the hatred of France in their mouths. Their only reference is “the corn”. Their only desire was to impose their culture as a substitute for our national culture. They do not hide it any more: they claim it as a pride.
Their communitarianism makes all attempts at education and integration inoperative.
Whatever the subject I am addressing, in history, geography or civic education, I meet with them only contempt and hostility towards our past, our values, our vision of democracy. I dare not even pronounce the word “secularism” in class, for fear of seeing them vomit on me or worse, insult me.
Most colleagues have abdicated for a long time.
Alas, I believed a time like you that it was possible to transmit knowledge, wisdom and faith in the future of our national community.
I gave up. I am daily confronted with the most intolerant speeches I have heard: hateful statements against the French, Jews, women, homosexuals … The evocation of fundamentalist terrorism makes them smile The best of the cases) when they do not openly, in class, the apology of the Islamic State and the Sharia.
Our History does not interest them. They do not feel any past, nor any commonality with the “sub-dogs” and the “faces of chalk” as they call us.
So go back to school if only for a short one-day course … you would be mortified. “
What will become of these young people, knowing nothing and having in their hearts only the hatred that their “religion” commands them (Koran 60: 4)? Mrs. Najat Valaud-Belkasem thought of everything: through the teaching of Arabic, starting from the Koran of course, we can only help them to forge a Muslim identity …
What a burden and madness for society to maintain those who want to destroy it …
Our politicians are inexcusable to have led France in this situation, for all this had been announced to them for a long time: