Perhaps our voices were heard. The gross miscarriage of justice in the unspeakable horror committed against a Jewish young man in France by the gang of Muslim barbarians will be appealed. Ilan Halimi: Islamic Jew Hatred in France
Paris July 13, 2009
Justice Minister Michèle Alliot-Marie announced this morning that she will instruct the prosecutor to appeal the verdict in the Gang of Barbarians case. Details will follow. A new trial will be scheduled.
Reactions are starting to come in. From the Jewish community, hearts are swelling with love for France. You have to know how little it would take for French Jews to forget the ugly past and trust their nation once again. Dismayed by the cover-up, the secret trial, the verdict announced in the dark of night, they—I can say “we”—awaken in the sunshine on the eve of the Quatorze juillet (vulgarly called Bastille Day by foreigners). Our voice has been heard. Justice will be done. Nicolas Sarkozy has not abandoned us.
I have to say that I am not happy when readers react to my articles with France-to-the-garbage-heap comments. First, because it is a way of overlooking what’s going wrong in our own country, the USA. And second because it obscures the fact that we are dealing with a global phenomenon: Jihad conquest adapts to every situation. Third, freedom-loving Americans can’t give up on Europe. And fourth, if enough people had listened to us when we were telling you what was happening here, Barack Hussein Obama would not be president of the US today.