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‘Collective Against Islamophobia’ dissolved in France as part of counterjihad measures relocating to Belgium

Ducarme is right. Europe will never be able to fend off the jihad without a united front against it. And nothing looks much less likely right now.

“The CCIF resettled in Belgium: ‘Intolerable,’” translated from “Le CCIF réinstallé en Belgique: ‘Intolérable,’” by Olivier Mouton, Le Vif, February 18, 2021:

The deputy MR Denis Ducarme believes that there is an air of “déjà vu”. He will call on the Ministers of the Interior and of Justice: there is no question of Belgium becoming a rear base for radicalism again.

“The CCIF, an Islamist organization dissolved in France, is reconstituting itself in Belgium. Intolerable.” Denis Ducarme, MR deputy, protested against the transformation of the Collective against islampohobia in France, into a Collective against Islamophobia in Europe, based in Brussels. He will challenge the Minister of Justice, Vincent Van Quickenborne (Open VLD), to ask him if he also intends to dissolve the organization.

“Our country cannot become again a fallback zone for the Islamists”, proclaims Denis Ducarme, speaking of “déjà vu”. After the Paris attacks in 2015, investigations traced the thread of terrorist networks to Brussels, which suddenly became a “black hole” on the map of Europe.

“I consider it extremely dangerous to allow such an organization to establish itself in Belgium given the actions of its members in France”, the former Minister affirms to Monde. He will also call on the Minister of the Interior, Annelies Verlinden (CD&V), to ask her if she has met with her French counterpart, Gérald Darmanin, in order to assess “the risk” that the CCIE could represent.

The Collective against Islamophobia in France was dissolved in our neighboring countries as part of the measures taken against radicalism, following the beheading of the teaching Samuel Paty and the hate messages that had led to it.

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