LONDON—Muslims in Europe are already feeling the backlash from the Paris attack.
The United Nations Human Rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein said Friday a “moment of calm” is needed after the Charlie Hebdo newspaper shootings in French capital this week.
At a ceremony in Geneva on Friday, Al-Hussein said Islam was not responsible for the shooting of 12 people.
“We need a moment of calm now, we do not need retaliation. Neither Islam nor multiculturalism in Europe is to blame for the bloody attack two mornings ago, as some right-wing political leaders have already begun to say.”
His comments come as some far right wing groups in Europe have already begun to link the attacks to multiculturalism policies...I could be wrong, but pushing the multiculti crapola at this particular time--when all the Charlie Hebo victims have yet to be buried and Muslims in France control an estimated 750 enclaves/no-go zones which are governed not by French law but by sharia--is the definition of a tough sell.