Ooh La La! Vast majority of Frenchmen show growing dislike for Muslims

Almost three French people in four (73%) say that they have a negative image of Islam, while other religions enjoy the approval of a clear majority, according to a poll published this week.

People hold a banner reading: 'islamic fascism shall not pass" during a demonstration in Paris, Saturday Nov.10, 2012. France is home to Western Europe's largest population of Muslims, estimated to be at least 5 million
People hold a banner reading: ‘islamic fascism shall not pass” during a demonstration in Paris recently. Hundreds of Frenchmen demonstrated in Paris against Islamism, chanting the French anthem and saying  Islam has no place in France, which is home to Western Europe’s largest population of Muslims, estimated to be at least 5 million

Islam vs Europe  Questioned by the agency Tilder and the Institut Montaigne, in the context of the program “Place aux idées” broadcast on Tuesday evening on LCP, 87% of French people have a positive image of Buddhism, 76% of Protestantism, 69% of Catholicism, 64% of Judaism, but only 26% of Islam, 1% not expressing an opinion.

Although for 52%, Islam is a religion like the others and for 40%, the presence of Islam in France allows French culture to be enriched, only 36% consider the practice os Islam to be compatible with the laws of the Republic.

In an effort to keep France French, France has banned burqas, made Muslim street prayer illegal, and is trying to ban Muslim mothers in headbags from attending school activities with their children.

Little by little, it is the people, not the politicians who will demand the banning or marginalization of all things Islam that conflict with their secular society.  Unlike England, there are no sharia courts in France.