Muslims make up about 10% of France’s population, but between 50% and 60% of its prison population. And that percentage is even higher for crimes of extreme violence — rape and murder. Here is one example — there are so many — to bring home the reality of what this Muslim crime wave means for the French. More can be found about this case of arson here: “Algerian national arrested for arson attack that killed young Parisian firefighter,” by Thomas Brooke, Remix News, September 26, 2023:
An Algerian national was arrested in France on Wednesday on suspicion of starting a mass vehicle fire in a parking lot that resulted in the death of a young Parisian firefighter who attended the scene.
Dorian Damelincourt, a 24-year-old firefighter from the Paris Fire Brigade (BSPP), died of cardio-respiratory arrest on July 3 after being dispatched to the suspected arson attack in Saint-Denis.
At around 2:45 a.m., a fire was reported in the underground parking lot of a social housing apartment block in the troubled Parisian suburb, resulting in the torching of 23 vehicles as a large firefighting presence tackled the blaze.
The building is described as “social housing” — that is, housing that is subsidized by the state. The “troubled Parisian suburb” means Seine-St. Denis, the crime-ridden, and almost-entirely-Muslim, suburb of the French capital.
Following the death of Master Corporal Dorian Damelincourt, a police investigation concluded that the fire had been deliberate after locating a lighter and a jerrycan of gasoline near the scene.
Nearby video surveillance footage caught a suspect with his face hidden and wearing sneakers with red soles accessing the parking lot moments before the incident. The same individual was also spotted earlier that day removing a vehicle from the scene, which was not destroyed in the attack.
The suspect’s plan was clear. Hours before he set the parking garage on fire, he drove his own car out of the garage, and parked it somewhere safe. He assumed that after setting the garage and all its cars on fire, he would be able to collect insurance on his own car which would, in fact, have remained intact.
Police identified a 49-year-old Algerian national named Meftah I. as their main suspect and arrested him on suspicion of arson on Wednesday.
A resident of the apartment block, the suspect is understood to have racked up rental debt of close to €17,000 and had been the subject of eviction proceedings, which were effected on Sept. 22.
That’s more than $20,000 he owed in back rent. This sounds as though he hadn’t paid his rent — or his share of the rent due on the subsidized apartment he shared with a roommate — for at least 20 months.
A previous fire at the premises back in 2015 had resulted in tenants receiving substantial financial compensation, which police believe may have been a factor in the attack.
“During the previous incident, the lessor had granted reimbursements to the tenants for several years, which provided a hypothetical motive for the respondent,” noted a police source cited by the Valeurs Actuelles magazine.
So Algerian national Meftah l. — why did he never become a citizen? — was no doubt hoping that he would, as in 2015, be provided with reimbursement, or in his case, a forgiveness of rent due equal to the value of his presumably destroyed car, which, of course, remained intact.
It is also thought that the arson attack was designed to coincide with the ongoing riots in the French capital at the time fueled by the death of migrant teenager Nahel Merzouk, who was shot at point-blank range by police during an attempted traffic stop….
The death of Nahel Marzouk in Nanterre was unintentional. A policeman, Florian M., had been leaning into the window of the car on the driver’s side, asking for Marzouk’s papers, with his gun pointed down toward Marzouk’s feet. When the driver suddenly accelerated, the car jerked the policeman’s gun upwards, and the bullet intended for Marzouk’s leg entered his chest, killing him. That led to days of violent riots, and enormous property damage, in many French cities.
During a police interview, Meftah denied the arson allegations. However, several residents of the building, including his roommate and the building caretaker, positively identified the suspect as the man in the surveillance images based on his clothing….
In order to get his back rent due of $20,000 forgiven, this Algerian decided to set fire to 23 cars and to the large underground parking lot where they were located. How much did he cost the insurer, for all those cars to be replaced and the parking garage to be repaired? Between half a million and a million dollars. And how many hundreds of thousands of dollars did Meftah cost the French government, in the years he has been receiving benefits of every kind? And what about Dorian Damelincourt, the 25-year-old firefighter who died while putting out the fire Meftah I. had set? What has this Algerian living in France contributed to the French state, to the French economy, to social cohesion in a country whose indigenous inhabitants he despises as “the most vile of created beings”? He is one such example. There are so many others.