France Bans Ad Featuring Smiling Kids with Down Syndrome Because it Might Make Women Who Aborted Their Disabled Kids Uncomfortable BY: FRANK CAMP NOVEMBER 24, 2016 March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day. According to the official WDSD website, the annual event "is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United... Continue Reading →
“French Jews feel they can give their children a better future in Israel”, by Michele Chabin, USA Today, September 29, 2016: PARIS — Yael Haccoun and her family are Orthodox Jews from the working-class Paris suburb of Sarcelles, but they flew to Israel in late September to start a new life and escape the anti-Semitism... Continue Reading →
By Ullrich Fichtner in Paris When fears of terrorism creep into daily life, it changes a person. Once that feeling of security is lost, the improbable suddenly seems possible -- and that's how terrorism works. It depends on people losing sight of those odds. On November 16, 2015, my son and I became anonymous symbols... Continue Reading →
Father Jacques Hamel Catholic church where priest was murdered was among several targets found on suspected jihadi arrested last year A list was discovered on suspected ISIS terrorist Sid Ahmed Ghlam who was arrested last April amid fears he was planning more attacks in France. THE French church where a priest was murdered by Islamist knifemen... Continue Reading →
Reuter: Two islamists with knives take 6 hostages in church during service. 86 old priest Jacques Hamel - kiled by dekapitation.