Yousef Ahmad: April 10, 2012 – France Pushes Back Against Islam

France Pushes Back Against Islam:  Bans Imams From Entering Country After Shooting

By Bill Martinez

The tension between Europe and Islam—particularly with the more liberal push for multiculturalism across the continent—has been tightening for quite a few years. But high-profile mass shootings seem to be indicating a tipping point on the horizon.

The most recent, perpetrated by an al Qaeda sympathizer, Islamist Mohammed Merah (pictured), resulted in the death of seven people in Toulouse, France.

In a bold, but highly controversial move, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has announced that identified Muslim imams, known for incendiary and radical preaching, will be prevented from entering the country to attend a conference organized by a French Islamist group.

Available for interviews to comment on this and the larger prospect of a major West-versus-Islam conflict is Palestinian-born U.S. citizen and Arabic culture expert, Yousef Ahmad. As a guest on your show, he’ll offer a powerful perspective that might surprise you and your audience.

“Hurray for Sarkozy,” says Ahmad, “even though his action is long overdue, and is symbolic. Frankly, I think he should kick all the Muslims back to Algeria where they came from. As a matter of fact, I advise all the European countries to get rid of their Moslem population, and tear down the monstrosities called mosques. If Saudi Arabia allows the Christians to build churches in Makkah (Mecca) and Madena, only then should the Muslims be allowed to live in Christian countries.”

Yousef Ahmad was born and went to school in Palestine where, among other subjects, he studied the Arabic language and gained a thorough knowledge of Arabic literature and history. Having attended a private school from kindergarten through high school, Ahmad developed a good command of the English language as well, which motivated him to attend college in the United States. Eventually, he became a U.S. citizen in 1980.

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