Canada Nice attack: Christian Estrosi, the target of the identities
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© Valéry Hache / AFP Christian Estrosi, the mayor of Nice, does not rule out asking for the closure of shops and cultural and sports establishments ( illustration photo). In a press conference broadcast Monday, October 26 on his Twitter account, the mayor of Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), Christian Estrosi, toughened his tone regarding the measures to be taken against the Covid-19 epidemic.
Since the attack that struck the city on Thursday, the elected LR has been drowning in a flood of criticism, in part from members of the far-right group, very active in the region.
It did not take two hours, Thursdayattack, for the extreme right to attack the mayor of the city, Christian Estrosi, accused of having "played with Islamist fire. For years, and therefore to have been complicit in the acts perpetrated in the Notre-Dame basilica. The elected LR, who nevertheless very quickly called for "annihilating Islamo-fascism" after the fact, has indeed found himself under a flood of criticism, partly emanating from identities. They said that the attack was to "highlight the compromises of the most Islamo-rightist of the LR," Imam Estrosi ", his municipal mosques, his support for the Islamist Sadouni [Imam of Nice, editor's note]" ...
Trudeau condemns deadly attack at Nice church that killed three
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned a deadly attack in the French city of Nice on Thursday as a "heinous" act of terrorism, saying that the perpetrators "do not get to define Muslims." An attacker armed with a knife killed three people at a church in the Mediterranean city, French authorities said, prompting the country to raise its security alert status to the highest level. "They were heinous, criminal acts, unjustifiable by any circumstance and an affront to all of our values," Trudeau said Thursday at a news conference after a virtual meeting with European Union leaders.
“All the proofs of [Estrosi's] clientelist Islamodroitism are there. Let’s distribute them so that the truth can come out! ” tweeted for example Damien Rieu, parliamentary assistant to MEP RN Philippe Olivier, special advisor to Marine Le Pen. He added to his post extracts from the, a propaganda tabloid pro National Rally, anti-Islam and anti-Estrosi, launched during the last municipal campaign in Nice by the team of , the invested candidate by the far-right party elections.
The issue then showed a crowd of Muslims praying at the foot of an HLM tower, and was titled "Investigation: Islamists in Nice, Dangerous Liaisons in Estrosi". The newspaper, violently Islamophobic, said that the town hall would have set up a partnership in the city with the UOIF, close to the Muslim Brotherhood, granting them "three mosques installed in municipal premises, and the provision of 3,000 m2 for build a large mosque in the plain of the Var ”. In the midst of anti-Muslim articles - on the "18 mosques in Nice", for example, or "the UOIF which has continued to extend its influence with the benevolence of the power in place" - was reproduced a Facebook post of the Union of Muslims of the Alpes-Maritimes calling for a vote for Estrosi to counter the candidacy of Marion Maréchal Le Pen in the regional elections of 2015.
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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned a deadly attack in the French city of Nice on Thursday as a "heinous" act of terrorism, saying that the perpetrators "do not get to define Muslims." An attacker armed with a knife killed three people at a church in the Mediterranean city, French authorities said, prompting the country to raise its security alert status to the highest level that will see several thousand soldiers deployed to churches and schools.
At the time, the candidate, who included in her advisers the same Vardon, had reproduced an extract interview with Imam Abdelkader Sadouni, then published in Nice Matin, at a time when street prayers were increasing in the city. The religious said he had found in Christian Estrosi “a listening ear. This was not the case before, under Jacques Peyrat ", the former mayor of Nice, who was elected after leaving the National Front ..." With Estrosi, the Islamists no longer need street prayers to make themselves heard “Wrote Marion Maréchal Le Pen, trying to explain why Sadouni was, according to her, an Islamist. During this campaign, we remember the words of Christian Estrosi on the existence of anLong-standing stormy relations in the country ...
Is it because he sometimes borrowed their speech? Relations between the elected official and the identities, very active in the region, have always been stormy. From his first victorious campaign, in 2008, Estrosi had to face the attacks of Philippe Vardon. The former member of the small group Radical Unit, which had founded the Bloc Identitaire six years earlier, presented himself under the label "Nissa Rebela", the political branch of her movement specializing in agit-prop, and which s is noted for actions with high media impact. We remember an operation where the identitarians changed the names of streets in downtown Nice to “rue de la Lapidation” or “rue de la Burqa”… Years later, the methods have hardly changed , even if Vardon has calmed his speech a little, he who has become a regional advisor, and who is now a member of the national office of the RN.
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In 2016, a group of identities deployed an anti-Estrosi banner in downtown Nice, above the Republican headquarters in the city. "Mosques, Estrosi accomplice of the Islamists", could one read there. The city councilor was accused of not having done enough to prevent the construction of the En-Nour mosque, funded by a Saudi association, in a business district of the city. Estrosi, however, has always fought against: through public inquiries, legal remedies, etc. In 2018, he announced the signing of a lease with the Center cultuel des Muslims de Nice, for the creation of another mosque in the neighborhood. Once again attracting the wrath of the local RN: "The partnership forged between this association and the municipality is particularly worrying. The association being part, locally and nationally, of the Islamist movement, "Philippe Vardon said at the time.
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