Le Figaro Editor: Islamic Separatism Law fights foreign funding and fanatical religious ideology
The famous journalist Eve Triar, editor-in-chief of the French newspaper Le Figaro, confirmed that the Islamic Separatism bill that is being discussed in the French Cabinet seeks to end funding for fanatic Islamist movements that have clearly spread in many French neighborhoods and regions.
He added that one of the most important goals of the new law is also to fight the separatist Islamist ideology that these people resort to in order to penetrate institutions, sports venues, companies, and many French institutions and NGOs.
CEMO organizes a seminar on France's new bill to prevent radicalism.
The seminar is titled "Is France's new bill on separatism enough?"
The seminar held on the eve of discussions on the bill by the French cabinet.
CEMO founder and the Chairman of the Board and Editor-in-Chief of al-Bawaba News, Abdelrahim Ali, participate in the seminar.
Jacqueline Eustache Brinio, a member of the French Senate and the Rapporteur of the Committee on Political Islam in the Senate, participates in the seminar.
Brinio submitted to the French government a report that invited attention to the crisis of political Islam in France.
Renowned French writer Yves Thréard, who is the editor-in-chief of the French daily morning newspaper, Le Figaro, also participates in the seminar.
Political Islam specialists Emmanuel Razavi and Alexandre Del Valle also participate in the event, along with noted writer Gil Mihaely.
Ahmed Youssef, CEMO's executive director, moderates the seminar. He make a presentation about the French Islam project under Napoleon Bonaparte, the emperor of the French from 1804 until 1814.
The seminar held at the Conference Room at CEMO's headquarters in the French capital.
A small number of guests attend the seminar due to Covid-19 preventive measures. The guests include Jacques Godfrain, the former French minister of international cooperation, and leading French publisher Jean-daniel Belfond.