The War Zones in Europe
There is a war going on in Europe. Save for brave truth-tellers and a handful of websites, there is no coverage. The sharia-compliant media censors, omits any coverage of the war. When the death toll is unavoidable, mental illness is blamed, coupled with islamophobia and “fear of reprisals.”
Much thanks to Jean Patrick Grumberg for sending this from dreuz.info:
The words are harsh but the reality is there: nothing differentiate the violent confrontations from war scenes any more. Young Muslim riots in the Essonne, in the outskirt of Paris lawless zones, have become war zones where police are confronted with mortar fire.
The latest episode dates back to last Monday in La Grande Borne area.
A police patrol was targeted by gunfire projected with tubes that are used to guide their trajectory. Officials were not injured and they could see where the attack came from. Two young Muslim were arrested and, in search of the apartment, the police get their hands on … twenty boxes of explosives!
One youth was sentenced to a “reminder to law” the same kind of penalty you get if you are caught in the bus without a ticket – and French Prime Minister dare to claim that he intends to maintain order? The other muslim, received a mere court summons.
On the night of July 7, police have fallen again into an ambush in Grigny 2.
“Each time, the pattern is the same,” said a Juvisy-sur-Orge officer. “A car is set on fire and you’re greeted with bocce balls, appliances falling from the windows and mortars, yes, mortars.”
That night, three police officers from the Anti-Crime Brigade (BAC) were burned at the forearm by gunfire.
“It’s becoming a pattern, we face it every time there is urban violence,” says a policeman.
A commissioner confirms: “The firing mortars often follows ‘discontent’ and come as a respond to waves of arrest.”
That was the case in July 2015 in Les Ulis, a Paris suburb, after the dismantling of a drug trafficking network.
And no journalist, no politician are doing their job and ask why the authorities tolerate such weapons, why they release the perpetrators, who will massacre the French people who are not allowed to own weapons to protect themselves if a civil war brakes out.
“It will take the death of an officer before the threat is seen seriously”
For more “efficiency” cardboard tubes are replaced by longer PVC pipes stolen on construction sites, a method initiated by Arab Palestinians in Gaza.
“This allows them to have a more accurate shot,” says one official.
“They get mortars on the Internet via foreign websites,” added a ranking officer.
An investigator said:
“I think they take advantage of the narco-traffic, including from Belgium, to buy mortars that are freely available there. On July 13, on the roofs of Grigny 2, we found dozens of empty boxes of explosives.”
Ammunition and explosives used by professional pyrotechnics to blow up buildings or hills, or even for fireworks, have a range of one hundred feet and thus become dangerous weapons. “When the mortar bursts, it can cause burns. Of course, in case of impact, injuries can be very serious, ” added the officer.
“Their goal is to reach officials in their flesh,” says Fouad Belhaj from Police Union Alliance union. “In inner cities, they call us “the stones eaters”. We have no proper weapons to respond to these attacks. Unfortunately it will take a death before they take the threat into account.”
“It happens for the past two years, it happens all the time”
Testimony of Martin*, a former agent of the Specialized Field Brigade.
Martin spent six years in the Specialized Field Brigade (BST), a unit whose impossible mission is to keep the areas safe, and no mission has ever been successful.
He saw the increase trend of attacks with mortar fire against the police: “For the past two years, it’s happens all the time. As soon as a car burns in a neighborhood, you know you will get shot at. I have colleagues who have been severely burned. “
Martin continues: “The people in front of us [young Muslims]are very organized and the way they prepare their ambush is sophisticated. There is fear that settled in our ranks. We are the target. These people are angry. They cannot reach the politicians so they attack the police. When you random check in a neighborhood [random checks are legal in France and in urban areas, every driver faces it at least once a month], we know that within fifteen minutes, we will receive a mortar fire. Will the next step be guns fire?”
* His name was changed.
“I fear that a rocket get inside my home”
Nadya, a muslim woman resident of the Square Surcouf complex
Square Surcouf complex in Grigny 2 is regularly the theater of violent confrontations between Muslims and police forces. Nadya lives in one of those tall 18 floor towers. She is at the forefront of the war scenes that look more and more like Syria.
“When it burst up, it’s as if it was a war,” she says.
“During the Euro 2016, it was hell. It erupted after almost every game with the French team.
Our building had to be evacuated because a ‘fireworks’ had set fire to the garbage room.
When they are rioting, everyone stays at home. In the street, there is only the young [Muslim attackers], the firefighters and police. It scares the hell outta me.
When it starts, I cannot leave my windows opened even when it’s hot. I fear that a rocket would hit home.”
Article reposted with permission from PamelaGeller.com