Originally published at customerservant.com. You can comment here or there.

The next Islamic Republic in the world, France, has it?s share of problems. Despite the fact that they are welcoming an unprecedented number of Muslims
into their nation, including radicals, they are still a target. The newest target for Islamofascist terrorists is the largest symbol in France.
MILITANT MUSLIM GANG JAILED FOR PLOT TO DESTROY EIFFEL TOWER

A PARIS court sentenced 25 Muslim militants yesterday for planning attacks against the Eiffel Tower and other targets with explosives in support of rebels
fighting Russian forces in Chechnya.

The five main defendants, of Moroccan and Algerian origin, received prison terms of eight to ten years for planning terrorist acts. The others received
lesser terms for criminal association. Two were acquitted in a trial which prosecutors said demonstrated the ?globalisation of the jihad movement?.

This is a sign to the West. After the recent arrests in Canada, we have to understand that the Jihadis are planning attacks against ALL Western nations, not just those allied closely with the United States. France opposed
Iraq adamantly and they?re still a target. This isn?t the United States vs. Al-Qaeda, this is the Western World vs. Islamofascism.

What else does this say? It says that a lax immigration system that doesn?t emphasize assimilation and lets in radicals without screening them won?t work.
It says that security should still be the utmost priority. France was LUCKY this time, because with the number of radicals in their country, there are
bound to be hundreds more planning strikes.
I’d like to say that this will teach the Europeans who oppose the U.S., thinking it will buy them some time, a much-needed lesson concerning terrorism, but I’ll most likely be wrong.
I’ll close by stating that I’m not saying that everyone should fall in lock-step behind us, just that they should realize that welcoming terrorists is no guarantee of their not deciding to hit said welcoming country.

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