- In 1990, the "Gayssot law"
was passed, stipulating that "any discrimination based on ethnicity,
nation, race or religion is prohibited". Since then, it has been used to
criminalize any criticism of Arab and African delinquency, any question
on immigration from the Muslim world, any negative analysis of Islam.
Many writers have been fined and most "politically incorrect" books on
those topics have disappeared from bookshops.
- The French government asked the media to obey the "Gayssot law."
It also asked that history textbooks be rewritten to include chapters on
the crimes committed by the West against Muslims, and on the "essential
contribution" of Islam to humanity. All history textbooks are
- In hospitals, Muslims are increasingly asking to be treated only by Muslim doctors, and refusing to let their wives be treated by male doctors.
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