Michael Enright is devoting the entire second hour of his Ceeb radio program to a discussion of the "complex and nuanced" subject (Mike's description) of Europe's Muslims post-Charlie Hebdo/Jewish grocery store carnage. Of course, this being the Ceeb, everything is filtered through (and skewed by) a hard-leftist lens. Muslims are therefore the victims of the piece, and their manifold grievances, non-assimilation, fear of a "backlash" and the inclination to embrace jihad are therefore attributed to--what else?--poverty and an inequitable power dynamic.
Update: French Muslims resent scrutiny after Charlie Hebdo attack
As they say in French, quelle domage.