Sunday, November 30, 2014

Send our jihadis to Devil's Island!

Kudos to a French politician of the DLF party for figuring out that Muslim jihadi must be segregated from non-Muslims while incarcerated.  That segregation also applies to any Muslim, no matter the crime so that they cannot recruit converts to Islam from the general prison population to wage jihad against the kuffar.

Right after mosques, prisons are the second largest recruitment centers for jihadis. 

Hopefully, the rest of the non-Muslim world will segregate their Muslim prisoners from othr convicts.  Muslims convicted of terrorism or subversion must be incarcerated for the rest of their lives. 


Send our jihadis to Devil's Island! French politician demands Paris reopens 'Papillon' jail for terrorists 

    Nicolas Dupont-Aignan says island would be a fitting place for 'madmen'

    Added it could be a place for those who have fought with ISIS and al Qaeda

    Former French presidential candidate says plan has widespread support

    The Cayenne detention centre was notorious for disease and starvation

    But it closed in 1953 and is now run by a French research body 

    The island in French Guiana was also used in the 1973 film Papillon

    Comes after two French nationals appeared in the latest ISIS video

    But critics have said the proposal for the former penal colony is 'bonkers'

By Robert Verkaik and Peter Allen For Mail On Sunday

Published: 17:00 EST, 29 November 2014 | Updated: 05:29 EST, 30 November 2014

A senior French politician has called for Devil’s Island to be reopened – as a prison for jihadis returning to Europe after travelling abroad to fight.

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan – who stood as a candidate for the French presidency in 2012 – believes that the former penal colony in South America would be a fitting place for ‘the madmen’ who have fought with radical groups such as Islamic State (IS) and Al Qaeda.

The island in French Guiana is notorious as the place where French army officer Alfred Dreyfus was unjustly held at the end of the 19th Century after being accused of treason, and as the location of the 1973 film Papillon, starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.

Mr Dupont-Aignan – the founder of the right-wing DLF party and an affiliate to the UMP, the party of the former French president Nicolas Sarkozy – admitted the proposal would ‘cause a stir’, but insisted it had widespread support. It is the latest suggested solution for the problem of what to do with returning jihadis. In Britain, there have been demands for extremists to be denied re-entry into the country.

Article continues HERE.