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France: Nearly all top drug lords are North African Muslims, many with jihad links

Welcome to the fruits of open-door immigration policies. The drug cartels have for quite some time been linked to the global jihad, for which drug sales have often been a lucrative financing source. The Moroccan drug trafficking ring has ties to al-Qaida of the Islamic Maghreb. Ditto for the South American drug cartels, which have been “transporting cocaine and marijuana from South America to Europe, via North Africa.”

The entire West is under a constant onslaught from jihadists via immigration and infiltration, while reckless Western leaders continue to enable them.

“Nearly All Top Drug Lords in France Have Migration Background,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, March 30, 2021:

Of the ten most prolific French drug lords, nearly all come from migration backgrounds, with many of them linked to North African countries such as Morocco.

The French office of narcotics has maintained a list of the top 25 most prolific drug traffickers operating in France since 2019, with the top traffickers listed as not only the most prolific but the most dangerous and willing to engage in bribery of public officials and violent settling of accounts with rivals.

Number one on the list is Moufide Bouchibi, originally from the French department of Essonne. He has been linked to Moroccan drug producers and is believed to have been the main importer of cannabis resin to France, L’Obs reports.

Nicknamed “Mouf,” Bouchibi was arrested in Dubai in March and has been on the run since being sentenced to 20 years in prison by a court in Bordeaux in 2015.

Reda Abakrim, nicknamed “Turbo,” is originally from Poissy but was arrested in December in Morocco after being on the run since 2007.

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