France has returned to experience terrorist attacks, amid calls by Islamists on their media platforms and on social media for targeting the French capital.
The French government is, meanwhile, launching a campaign to cut off the arms of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan across France, namely the charities and agencies working to serve Turkish interests.
The rise in terrorist attacks against France is accompanied by an intellectual struggle used, according to French authorities, to serve foreign agendas.
A series of terrorist attacks took place in the past period, including one near the main premises of the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo, on September 25.
This attack was followed by the beheading of a school teacher on October 16. A 21-year-old man with Tunisian origins also killed three people in the southern French city of Nice on October 30.
The abovementioned attacks were connected with cartoons offending to Islam’s prophet, Muhammad. The cartoons were republished as terrorists affiliated to al-Qaeda, who launched an attack on Charlie Hebdo in 2015, were brought to trial.
French President Emmanuel Macron also made remarks that triggered an international crisis. He said, however, that he was misquoted in a way that gave the impression that he attacked the Islamic religion.
The Muslim Brotherhood succeeded in establishing a strong alliance with cultural and religious institutions across France. It used these institutions in spreading its expansionist ideology.
Turkey and Qatar are known to be the main sponsors of the Muslim Brotherhood. They represent an expansionist alliance in Europe. The two countries are joining hands with the Muslim Brotherhood to give France one crisis after another.
Macron accused Erdogan of using the latest row over his remarks to settle old scores with France and undermine its economy by encouraging an international boycott of French goods.