Muslim Rioting in France: 300 Towns

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  1. LadyEagle

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  2. Johnv

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    Where does it say that it's Muslims rioting?
     
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    Johnv, it is the Muslims rioting but ABC is endeavoring to be PC out of fear.

    Here's an Arabic news site proud to use the word Muslim in their headlines - even the ones that are scrolling.

    http://www.albawaba.com/en/news/191029
     
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    Not exactly a mainline press agencey, but it will suffice.
     
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    It will be interesting to see how the French handle their escalating problem. It seems out of control.
     
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    They handled it the way they always do, they surrendered (sp?).....


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    the creation of an anti-discrimination agency with special officials appointed to be in charge of certain regions, and making the fight against discrimination a national priority;

    - 20,000 job contracts with local government bodies or associations paid a minimum wage would be reserved for those in the suburbs struggling to find work;

    - an extra 100 million euros (120 million dollars) for associations that work in the neighbourhoods;

    - 5,000 more teaching assistant posts in the 1,200 schools in districts designated as troublespots;

    - the creation of 15 more special economic zones that provide tax breaks to companies that set up inside them as an incentive to boost local employment.
     

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