Gwyn Tophan has a great article on David Pryce Jones who wrote what I believe to be the most fanatical anti-French book of the last few years, Betrayal: France, the Arabs and the Jews. Since I’m incapable of saying anything remotely objective about Pryce Jones although in spite of my lack of objectivity I believe that I’m fair and right when I state that Pryce Jones’s anti-French sentiment takes the form of fanaticism, which is similar to Chávezism, I’m just going to quote what Tophan writes:
But it turns out that if there's one group worse than the French, it's Muslims. Pryce Jones says "the Islamisation of France" has now becomes an electoral factor. The rise of Le Pen is indisputable, though any implication that Muslims are a crucial electoral force might be news to those in the banliueues.
It doesn't appear though that the latter have his sympathy. "100 cars are burnt every night in France. Who is burning cars? It is Muslims. They cry allahu akbar as they burn them." Does Pryce Jones really wander the streets of France listening to the cry of arsonists, or is he taking his thesis a little bit too far?