Olivier Guitta writes that while France "moved swiftly... to announce the expulsion of a dozen radical imams... another form of incitement common in France has gone largely unnoticed--namely, anti-French rap music."
In Mr. R's single "FranSSe," for example, the rapper notes, "My Muslim brothers are hated like my Jewish brothers were during the Reich." Guitta states that Mr. R and others "are viewed as role models by many young French males of Arab and African descent who live in France's depressed ethnic suburbs." Guitta questions whether "the French will enforce their laws against racism and anti-Semitism--the toughest in Europe--against this homegrown anti-Western hatred."
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