Court cancels permit for French mega-mosque

Date: 29 Oct 2011


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FRENCH.\\\\\\\\\\\\\ LOOK AT HINDUSTHAN. DESPITE CONCEDING ONE THIRD OF COUNTRY TO CANCER CALLED ISLAM, WE SEE MISQUES COMING UP EVERYWHERE.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ FRANCE IS NOW PREVENTING HER OWN RAPE AND MUTILATION LIKE INDIA WHOSE TWO WINGS AND THE HEAD ARE SEEN CUT OFF BY SWORD OF ISLAM.\\\\\\\\\\\\ ========================== Court cancels permit for French mega-mosque\\\\\\\\\\\\ Posted on October 28, 2011 by creeping \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ A rare victory for people who oppose the Islamization of their towns and cities. Which type of jihad will break out first over this ruling – legal or violent? via French court cancels permit for Marseille mega-mosque. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ A French court Thursday cancelled a construction permit for a mega-mosque in the southern city of Marseille that had been touted as a potential symbol of Islam’s growing place in France. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The city’s administrative tribunal ruled the project, which had already been under suspension for 18 months, would have to be cancelled because of failures to meet urban-planning requirements. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ It raised particular concerns over the project’s failure to finalise a deal for a 450-place parking lot and to reassure planners that the mosque would fit with the urban environment. \\\\\\\\ The tribunal noted “a lack of graphical material permitting the evaluation of the project’s integration with neighbouring buildings, its visual impact and the treatment of access points and land.”\\\\\\\\ Critics of the project were quick to praise the court for its ruling. \\\\\\\\\\ “It’s the culmination of a long struggle for the people who live and work here, and who simply wanted for this project to fit in harmony with the neighbourhood’s economic and social fabric,” said Pierre Metras, a local butcher who led the neighbourhood campaign against the mosque. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The project was granted a permit in September 2009 but construction was suspended following complaints from local residents and businesses. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ The 22-million-euro ($31-million) project would have seen the Grand Mosque, boasting a minaret soaring 25-metres (82-feet) high and room for up to 7,000 worshippers, built in the city’s northern Saint-Louis area. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Originally scheduled to open next year, it would have also hosted a Koranic school, library, restaurant and tea room. 000000000