PARIS – French President Francois Hollande tested Muslims in his nation to make "an Islam of France" that is conscious of a common government and lives inside French laws.
Hollande gave the stern discourse on Thursday with falling open certainty and rising hostile to Islamic assumption in France after the Paris and Nice dread assaults, and nearby burqini bans on French shorelines. He additionally got for kicking fanatic imams out of the nation. The nation has been under a highly sensitive situation since November.
Hollande said religion and state can live respectively gently in France.
"Nothing in the possibility of secularism is against the act of Islam in France, as long – and that is the imperative point – as it conforms to the law," Hollande said.
He additionally asked an evading of France's long-lasting laws against the state subsidizing of places of love and required "a national relationship with a specific end goal to acquire financing for the working of mosques and the preparation of imams."
The danger from remote supported mosques in France has developed, bringing about no less than 20 mosques being shut for lauding fanatic perspectives since December, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said in July.
Radical Islam has fabricated "a fake state, drove by genuine executioners. It skews the Islamic religion to spread its contempt," Hollande said.
The French president likewise attempted to rally his comrades, letting them know:
"Our character is our history, our way of life, our qualities, our lifestyle. It is not solidified in time, it is not a still photo. Personality is in interminable movement. This is the reason France is more than a character: It is a thought.
"The peril will be to confront the test. Should France question itself it will stop, recoil and close down."