The senate investigating committee on islamist radicalisation and the means to combat it raises the alarm. In a report presented Thursday, July 9, that our colleagues of Figaro have been able to consult, this commission, created in November 2019 under the leadership of the group, The Republicans in the Senate, puts it, "the reality of islamist radicalisation" in France, pointing out an " islamic radical polymorphic, creeping into all aspects of social life, and which tends to impose a new social norm in availing themselves of the freedom of the individual ". "Today, in France, are assigned to the residence of the people in the name of a religious standard. We can't accept it. It is now or never that we must react ", alert the rapporteur Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio, senator RL from the Val-d'oise.
The commission, which has about thirty senators, including consulting with researchers, members of associations and policy-makers. She warns against " the spreading of behaviours that challenge living together and directly impairs the freedom of conscience, equality between men and women and the rights of homosexual persons ". "France, which is not a collection of minorities, but a nation, may not have the doctrine of reasonable accommodation ", she says.
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In addition, the commission of inquiry advocates for the creation of a database of the students enrolled in the home and in private schools outside of the contract – " the school must be within a republican framework ", stressed the rapporteur Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio. As reported by Le Figaro, the senator of the group, The Republicans also presents several proposals against the growth of radicalism in the sport, advocating in particular for the prohibition of any demonstration or propaganda of political, religious or racial, as article 50 of the olympic charter.
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on Wednesday, the new minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin was found that "political islam was a mortal enemy to the Republic," and called to fight " against all forms of communalism , however, without falling into caricatures. During the session of questions to the government, it had, however, warned senator Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio, who asked him : "secularism is not the negation of [the] freedom of religion. "