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15 Feb 2021

Muslim community on the street against the proposed law in france





Protests against the proposed law against fundamentalism in France took place on Sunday. Speakers at the rally said, the proposed law would end their religious freedom.Due to this, all Muslims will be viewed with suspicion. They would be considered as a suspect. The government is enacting this law to deal with the recent terrorist attacks and heightened bigotry in France. Russia said be ready to bear the cosequences New law against fundamentalism the French parliament voted on Tuesday to propose new legislation. 


  Protests against the proposed law against fundamentalism in France took place on Sunday. Speakers at the rally said, the proposed law would end their religious freedom. Due to this, all Muslims will be viewed with suspicion. they would be considered as a suspect. The government is enacting this law to deal with the recent terrorist attacks and heightened bigotry in France. Russia said - be ready to bear the consequences New law against fundamentalism The French parliament voted on Tuesday to propose new legislation. 



It is believed that very soon both the houses of Parliament will pass it. In the discussion in the lower house, the MPs expressed concern over extremist violence in the country. A few months ago, the reference to the murder of a teacher who was strangled in broad daylight. President Emanuel Macron's government said, protect French values, Legislation must be enacted to protect gender-based equality and secularism.




 With this law, radical ideology can be attacked. Due to this ideology, violence is being promoted in the country.  The new law will make Muslims second class citizens of France. While the ideology of the French Muslim is not radical. The entire community is not responsible for any one incident.  Opponents said the law was being made to appease people of right-wing thinking, who could play a role in Macron's re-election in the 2022 presidential election. 


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