From Pajama's Media
PJM Paris: Nidra Poller reports that fires are raging in the Paris banlieues (suburbs) again after two boys (15 and 16) died when their mini-motorcyle hit a police car. A Peugeot dealership, train station, police station and MacDonald’s are among targets attacked by the “youth.”
Any of this sound familiar?
Interviewed by Le Parisien, the uncle of Moushin Souhhali, one of the victims, says he understands the rage; it’s terrible to lose a 15 year-old boy. His body, claims the uncle, was dumped at the fire station with no respect. The police who, in his opinion, caused the accident were nowhere to be seen. He heard they were speeding. His nephew was a good boy, not a delinquent.
The November 2005 riots that lasted three weeks were triggered by the death by electrocution of two teenage boys who ran away from the police and hid in an electric substation. According to the sociological interpretation of the incident, the police were guilty of pursuing the innocent boys.