Dale Hurd reports on anti sharia march in Paris

At last. A decent report on what it was and how many were there. Dale Hurd typically reports for CBN but I can’t find this clip on their site.

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10 Responses to Dale Hurd reports on anti sharia march in Paris

  1. robin says:

    CBN Reports with french sub-titles here, if needeed ::0)


    French patriot (I was in the rally against fascist islamism the 11/10 in Paris)

  2. Pierre says:

    Other photos of the protest.

    No to Sharia Law

    French Jews were there (Union de Français Juif / French Jews Union)

  3. Richard says:

    This is how the West will be saved, not by the governments but by the common people banding together to save their nation and culture.

  4. EDL Buck says:

    It was good to see Gandalf again, more power to his elbow

  5. When*Pigs*Fly says:

    Vive la resistance ! (spelling?)

  6. James Boom says:

    I hope the public wake up, when they see large numbers of protesters and no media coverage.

  7. Tarbock says:

    The media and UAF lefties kept away because they couldn’t smear and demonize a crowd largely made up of middle aged or elderly men and women as they would if the marchers were younger and mostly male. We need to see this type of protest replicated throughout europe until the leaders get the message that we have had enough of being pushed around by Islam.

  8. Richard says:

    Good point Tarbock, in the US the leftist media tried to smear the TEA party groups as racists, but that ended up hurting the media.

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