France it taking unprecedented steps searching mosques and closing some. Should the same happen here in America. And before you say yes, remember freedom of religion is a basic right. I have to be true to myself and say no. If mosques are searched simply because they are mosques, then what if to stop the government from invading your or my church and searching it.
This is why Obama’s plan to simply allow tens of thousands of undocumented Muslims into the United States must be stopped. Once here they will be free to plot and plan attacks. They need to be stopped before they reach our shores.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says three mosques have been shut down in France since the Paris attacks as part of a crackdown on extremist activities. Cazeneuve told reporters it was the first time mosques are being closed in France “on grounds of radicalization.”
The Latest: France shuts down 3 mosques in crackdown – US News
PARIS (AP) — The latest on the recovery from and investigation into the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris that killed 130 people. All times local:
Since the terror attacks in Paris on November 13, 232 people taken into custody, and 334 weapons confiscated.
LiveLeak.com – 3 Mosques In Paris France Raided 330 Weapons Found
A nine-millimeter revolver had been discovered during the raid in which one of the “leaders” of the Lagny-sur-Marne mosque was arrested. A hidden computer hard disk and documents relating to jihad were also found.
France closes ‘radical’ mosque after huge police raid – Yahoo News
From Yahoo News: Lagny-sur-Marne (France) (AFP) – Police shut down a suspected radical mosque east of Paris in a huge security operation Wednesday, the third to be closed since France declared a state of emergency after last month’s Paris attacks. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said three “pseudo-cultural associations” linked to the mosque at Lagny-sur-Marne were also being dissolved, the first time the government has used its special powers to wind up such groups. Two other mosques were closed last week at Gennevilliers in the northern suburbs of Paris and in the small town of L’Arbresle near the central city of Lyon.