Young patriotic Christians should join the military and stand up to Islam, said a 26-year-old Member of Parliament in France.
Blonde bombshell Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (pix) is herself joining the French army reserves after the slaying of a Christian priest on Tuesday by two Muslim youths.
Marion is also the influential niece of Marine Le Pen who is a leading presidential hopeful in France’s election to be held next year.
The ballsy beauty
Rising star Marion announced her intention to take up arms in a direct response to the attack on Father Jacques Hamel’s church in Normandy.
The teenage terrorist duo, who had slit Hamel’s throat after taking three nuns and two parishioners of the church hostage, claimed to be soldiers of Isis/Isil.
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Islam shouldn’t have the same place as Christianity
“We have traditions, cultural influences that are Christian. France is not an Islamic country, and Islam should not have the same place in public life,” Marion earlier told The Telegraph in an exclusive interview last week.
She is even more radical than the populist Marine Le Pen who heads the National Front (FN) party and her grandfather Jean-Marie Le Pen who is founder of the far-right party.
While both Marion and her popular aunt Marine support Frexit (exit of France from the EU), the younger Le Pen goes a step further by rubbing shoulders with fringe groups during right wing rallies.
[DAILY EXPRESS]: Marine Le Pen’s niece enrols in the ARMY as she calls on France to 'kill Islamism': THE niec... bit.ly/2aw10HG—
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If you’re against us, then you’re for Islamism
As it is, France had barely recovered from the Bastille Day attack in Nice that left 84 people dead.
In the aftermath of the Nice massacre, Marion declared:
“Either we kill Islamism or it will kill us again and again. You are with us and against Islamism, or you are against us and for Islamism… Those who choose the status quo become complicit with our enemies.”
Each day France is edging closer and closer to open sectarian strife.