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FOX Links Riots In France with Great Ramadan Offensive

Reported by Deborah - November 7, 2005

Gregory Copley told John Gibson tonight ,11/7/05, that the foiled terrorist plot in Australia and the riots in France could be linked and part of a great Ramadan Offensive. Lawrence Eagleburger joined in fueling the possibility that the riots are part of an orchestrated terrorist plot.

Dana Lewis reported that the riots in France have spread into Belgium and Germany and each night the intensity has grown. Last night 1400 cars were torched, 300 towns were involved and a 61 year old man was attacked by the "hooligans". Lewis reported that although France has gotten tougher dealing with the riots they also realize that the issues of poverty must be addressed so they tripled the scholarship money available and promised to renovate the neighborhoods.

John Gibson asked Lawrence Eagleburger about the link to the Great Ramadan Offensive. Eagleburger said that if this was true we have a serious problem. Not sounding convinced, he thought the riots were caused because normal kids were being poorly treated by the French who had not helped them integrate into the society. He added that the USA was the only country that did this well offering economic possibilities. "Maybe we're smarter than they think we are," Eagleburger quipped.

Gibson passed up the chance to bash France and asked Eagleburger again, " Suppose this is the Great Ramadan Offensive?" Eagleburger was grave, " If it's true all the countries in the West except the US must look at their immigration policies. He added that a "very serious fifth column' could emerge.

comment: It will be interesting to see where this story leads. I know one thing, Fox would much rather make the riots about terrorism than poverty.

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