On Loan to the Louvre

The Times of Israel tells us

The Louvre museum in Paris opened its first-ever Israeli exhibit Thursday, displaying a 1,700-year-old mosaic floor that was recovered from a garbage dump near Lod in central Israel. The exhibition marks the first time the Israel Antiquities Authority is loaning objects to the renowned French museum. Shuka Dorfman, the director of the authority, said the exhibition was a wonderful opportunity for millions of visitors to see the masterpiece and learn about the history and archaeology of Israel, the Maariv daily reported.

Parisians, take note.

Pagan Paris Where Prayer is Prohibited

Starting today, praying in the streets of Paris is illegal, and Interior Minister Claude Gueant said the ban could soon be extended to the rest of France, particularly to Nice and Marseilles, where “the problem persists,” the Telegraph reports. The “problem” in this case being Muslim worshipers filling the streets during Friday prayers. Gueant says there are two roads in Paris’ Goutte d’Or district where “more than a thousand” people block the streets.

Muslims should be allowed to pray where they need to- as should anyone else.  If the French don’t complain when union strikers block the streets why should they when pray-ers do?

France isn’t secular- France is devoted to godlessness.  France worships at the altar of unbelief to the god of nothingness.