Three months ago we talked about Mila, a French attention seeker who has become famous for making blasphemous remarks about Islam.
Well, she’s back in the media after the French Courts have decided to convict eleven Muslims for allegedly harassing her online.
A French court has convicted 11 of the 13 people charged with harassing and threatening a teenager over her anti-Islam online videos.
The court on Wednesday sentenced the defendants to suspended prison terms of four to six months, meaning they will not serve time in jail unless they are convicted for other offences, and fined them about $1,770 each.
France facilitates insulting Islam and creating animosity for Muslims, but it criminalizes Muslims insulting back in retaliation.
“President Emmanuel Macron was among those who came to Mila’s defense, saying that “the law is clear” and French citizens “have the right to blaspheme, to criticize and to caricature religions.”
France, at least, has the merit of being clear about its double standards. Secular countries propagate secularism and claim to give freedom of expression to all. In fact, they are openly holding double standards by criminalizing Muslim speech. It is an open and all-out war against Islam that started 300 years with France’s first Republic.
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Young libertines have all the freedom to insult Allah and to mock the Prophet ﷺ, and the State will be their first defender and will severely punish anyone who mocks back.
The biggest humiliation, though, has to be the fact that the Grand Mosque of Paris gave a VIP tour to this wretch.
Remember: in France, it is illegal to insult the national anthem or the French tricolor flag during a demonstration, (Law for the Internal Security of 2003) and is punished by a fine of 7500 €.
If you are shocked by their incoherence and injustice, then maybe you love Islam too much, or maybe you still have principles and manners. For the secular French, it all make perfect sense: they are motivated by hatred of Islam and don’t want it practiced in France.