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PI Newsletter #60

  1. Strasbourg: Capital of the EU and “The Future of Europe”

“France is a privileged target in the plan of global Islamization conceived of by various states and Islamic organizations”, the Algerian novelist Boualem Sansal recently said.  For years, Strasbourg has been a magnet for political Islam.

It is from Strasbourg that the Turkish government has launched the Equality and Justice Party, which is part of the network wated by Turkish President Erdogan to influence Europe through its Muslim population. Erdogan held an election rally in Strasbourg in 2015, and the crowd chanted “Allahu Akbar”. Strasbourg has been called “the ADP’s laboratory”, the initials of the Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party.

Contravening the famous French principle of secularism, the city of Strasbourg, led by the socialist major Roland Ries, offered four different menus in the school cafeterias.  A quarter of the Strasbourg’s public school students choose the halal/Islamic menu. Schools, mosques, cemeteries, political parties: Strasbourg appears to have been chosen as the French laboratory of the Islamic secession in the heart of Europe. Political Islam is nurtured by this “separation”, as the French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut recently noted.  “France,” he said, “is falling apart and, faced with the strength of numbers, there are no recipes to reduce the fracture”.


  1. Armed Services Committee Chairman Warns US And China “Headed For World War III”

In the latest – and perhaps the most stark – warning to date, Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma – who recently took over as the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee – warned during a hearing about the challenges posed by China and Russia on Tuesday that people need to better understand the threats both countries pose to the international world order that America helped create, according to the Military Times.



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