The shocking reality of 'no-go' zones: France has no control over Muslim-populated neighborhoods
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Seven-hundred and fifty-one "no-go" zones exist in France today. These "no-go" zones are areas in France that the French state does not control. These areas are Muslim-dominated neighborhoods. Non-Muslims dare not set foot into the areas.
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LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The "no-go" zones, officially called Zones Urbaines Sensibles (ZUS), or Sensitive Urban Zones range in size and quantity. According to reports, there is hardly a town if France that does not have at least one ZUS.
ZUS formations began in late 1996, and more than 5 million people live in them; that's 8 percent of France's population. Area locations include the heavily Muslim parts of Paris, Marseilles, Strasbourg, Lille and Amiens.
Seine-Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris is home to an estimated 500,000 Muslims and 36 of the 40 districts in the area are "no-go" zones.
French rulings and law enforcement hold no bar in the no-go zones. They aren't even allowed in. The host-countries have lost control over the "no-go" zones. Public aid can't even infiltrate to help when needed.
Seine-Saint-Denis experiences frequent acts of violence, riots, fires and shootings every day by large gangs of the Muslim youth.
SEE A LIST OF ALL FRANCE NO-GO ZONE LOCATIONS HERE
According to Washington Times, "France has Europe's largest population of Muslims, some of whom talk openly of ruling the country one day and casting aside Western legal systems for harsh, Islam-based Shariah law."
"The ZUS exist not only because Muslims wish to live in their own areas according to their own culture and their own Sharia laws, but also because organized crime wants to operate without the judicial and fiscal interference of the French state," explained Paul Belien of Brussels Journal. "In France, Shariah law and mafia rule have become almost identical."
France's city officials are slowly losing control of heavily Muslim neighborhoods to Islamists, according to Washington Times.
"What they are trying to do is shut down any sort of criticism of Islam, any sort of speech, cartoons, discussion, anything," Soeren Kern, an analyst at the Gatestone Institute and author of annual reports on the 'Islamization of France' said. "Essentially, the French government and the other European governments have lost control over the situation. It's a snowball that is growing bigger and bigger, in particular over the past 10 years."
The killers of French magazine, Charlie Hebdo are suspected al Qaida terrorists. But witnesses said they spoke perfect French. According to Washington Times, this is a "strong indication that they are homegrown terrorists who received help from AQAP or another group."
"Islam is a permanent part of France now. It is not going away," Kern said. "I think the future looks very bleak. The problem is a lot of these younger-generation Muslims are not integrating into French society. Although they are French citizens, they don't really have a future in French society. They feel very alienated from France. This is why radical Islam is so attractive because it gives them a sense of meaning in their life."
As threats and acts of terror become more frequent, the reality sinks in; France is the European country with the largest amount of Muslims. And they have no control over Islamic activity in the Muslim-fueled "no-go" zones.
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