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WHTCH: French restaurateur throws out two Muslim women, enquiry launched

The owner of a restaurant just outside of Charles De Gaulle airport was filmed expelling two veiled Muslim women, saying ‘All Muslims are terrorists;’ enquiry has been opened over “racial discrimination.”

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A video filmed by one of the two Muslim women who were expelled from a restaurant Le Cénacle, outside Charles De Gaulle Airport in Tremblay-en-France, because “Muslim are terrorists”,  widely posted on social media. The video was disseminated and shared, calls for a boycott the restaurant. An official enquiry has been opened over “racial discrimination.”

The video published on French traditional broadcast networks Sunday night showes one of the two veiled women saying “We don’t want to be served by racists, sir!”.

The restaurateur owner responded, “Racists don’t set bombs and don’t kill people, racists like me!”

“Because we set bombs, sir?” the woman retorted.

“Madame, the terrorists are Muslims, and all the Muslims are terrorists…I don’t want people like you at my place…Now you know it, so leave!”

Speaking to BFMTV on Sunday night, the restaurateur apologized “to the entire Muslim community.”

 

 

 

 

 

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