In Corsica today, the French residents organized a massive even where Qurans were burnt and a message was released. In classic French fashion, that message was targeted at ALL ARABS, not just Muslims.
Several hundred people marched in Corsica on Sunday after two days of violent anti-Arab riots, sidestepping a ban on demonstrations in a flashpoint neighbourhood by taking their protests elsewhere in the island capital Ajaccio.
Corsica’s administrator Christophe Mirmand announced a ban on all protests and gatherings until at least January 4 in the poor Jardins de l’Empereur housing estate, the epicentre of the violence on Thursday through Saturday.
The ban came after hundreds of people had marched for a second straight day Saturday through several working-class districts of Ajaccio shouting slogans such as “This is our home!” and “Arabs get out”.
Two men aged in their 20s were held in custody as part of a probe into the unrest.
Dodging the ban, hundreds of people marched through other neighbourhoods of Ajaccio on Sunday.