Four-hundred-fifty radicalised prisoners will be out of jail by 2019 plus fifty Islamic terrorists,” said the French Justice Minister, Nicole Belloubet, to BFMTV.
She added that “There will be 20 Islamic terrorists who will leave prison this year and 30 next year”.
This shocking statement should not come as a surprise for whose people who know the extreme clemency of the European countries’ justice systems; as early as the previous week, a Belgian Islamic terrorist, Benjamin H., committed brutal killings while he was on “penitentiary leave,” despite his known Islamic views.
“There are also simple criminals who’ve been radicalised during their jail-time (…) 450 radicalised prisoners will get out of prison from 2019,” Belloubet said.
France, being the host of the biggest muslim community in Europe, has already suffered the deaths of 245 French nationals from Islamic terrorism.
Yet, astonishingly, the French government is not taking the appropriate measures to protect the French people from further attacks.