Muslim Students in France Refuse to Participate in Moment of Silence for Charlie Hebdo Victims (Video)
Charlie Hebdo editor Charb with a copy of the newspaper. Sud Quest
Muslim students in France refused to participate in a moment of silence for the Charlie Hebdo victims.
Twelve people were killed and eleven injured when masked Islamists forced their way into the weekly newspaper headquarters on January 7th.
Muslim students refused to participate in a moment of silence.
Via Pamela Geller:
A teacher in France called in to the Jean-Jacques Bourdin Show to discuss the Muslim students’ reaction to the Charlie Hebdo massacre. The teacher said the Muslim students have a certain hatred for France and do not value Western democracy and freedom.