re: #30 Elias
What kind of Islamism? Are they Shia, Salafi, Muslim Brotherhood, Sunni or Democratic? Islamism, like Islam, isn’t a monolithic entity and it very fractured into differing ideologies.
re: #26 Elias
Since when is merely showing up for a protest, especially with the two groups that garner the most sympathies in the Muslim community, as indication of political thought? It might scare you (lol), but most Muslims think Hezbollah and Hamas are legitimate resistance groups.
Secondly, Paris is a poor example, especially with the relative poverty and isolation of it’s Muslim community.