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Islamized France Controversy Erupts as Illegal Mosque Causes Chaos and Violence in Paris Suburb Video

Residents fear for the future of their community, with many stating that “the Great Replacement is a very real concern” and that the area is no longer the same city it was 30 years ago.

An illegal makeshift mosque in the suburb of Champigny, Paris, has caused widespread controversy and frustration among local residents. Numerous reports from residents express feeling overwhelmed, inconvenienced, and concerned for their safety due to the increased noise levels and the influx of worshippers from the illegal mosque. The mosque was established during Ramadan as the existing three mosques in Champigny could not accommodate the large number of Muslims.

Residents of Champigny have been living in the area for many years and have noticed a significant change in their community. According to one resident, the area was once a nice place to live, but the situation has become unbearable in recent years due to the influx of migrants, who are primarily Islamic.

The ReconquÍte Party, a conservative political party in France founded in 2021 by former Presidential candidate Eric Zemmour, was contacted by the residents who expressed their concerns and frustrations about the situation. A spokesperson for the party, Stèphanie, spoke to residents about the issues that the residents were facing, including the inappropriate recitation of evening prayers and the influx of Muslims.

The situation has become so contentious that local media sent reporters to the area to document residents’ concerns. One such reporter visited the area to gather testimonies from residents exasperated by the situation.

“I can’t sleep at night,” said one resident, who wished to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation. “The noise from the mosque is too much. I have to work in the morning, but I can’t get any rest because of the loud prayers and chanting that goes on all night.”

Many residents have even reported feeling unsafe, with one admitting that he no longer leaves his home without his dogs due to the fear of being attacked again.

Other residents have expressed frustration with the parking situation in the area. “There are cars everywhere,” said another resident. “It’s impossible to find a parking spot. I have to park several blocks away and walk to my apartment, which is especially difficult when I come home from work during the early morning hours.”

Some residents have even reported feeling unsafe in their own neighborhoods. “I’ve seen people loitering around the mosque late at night,” said another resident. “I don’t know what they’re doing, but it makes me nervous. I’ve lived in this area for years and never felt so uncomfortable in my neighborhood.”

The situation has led some residents to conclude that Champigny has become a “lost territory of the Republic.” According to one resident, the area is no longer the same city it was 30 years ago, and the Great Replacement, a term used to describe the colonization of Western Europe by immigrants from North Africa and the Middle East, is a very real concern.


For years, Eric Zemmour has warned the French that “they are being expropriated from their country.” France is the most Islamic nation in Europe, with 8.8% of its population now being Muslim. Pew Research Center predicts the Muslim population will rise to 8.6 million or 12.7 percent of the country in 2050. According to Gatestone, Islam is the second-largest religion in France but comes first if one counts active practitioners.

The establishment of an illegal mosque in Champigny has brought to the forefront the issue of the Islamic community in France, many of whom are migrants, disregarding the country’s laws. Residents are deeply frustrated with the town hall’s lack of action in addressing the situation and the fact that police intervention requires authorization from the mayor, who is hesitant to take action against the illegal and disruptive Islamic ritual occurring in public spaces during inappropriate hours. This has only fueled the tension between the community and the authorities, leaving residents feeling unheard and unsafe.

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