“On the official website of the CAF, the government mentions a form of Islamic jurisprudence known as ‘Kafala’ as being valid alongside other documents to prove guardianship of children, leading some to question if the government is following Islamic law.”
There isn’t really any question about it: if the French government treats kafala as valid to establish guardianship of children, then it is accepting Sharia in this instance, and paving the way for more capitulation to Sharia. Future generations of free French, if there are any, will curse the names of Hollande and Macron and the rest for what they did to their country.
“French Government Accused of Following Islamic Law When Calculating Housing Benefits for Muslims,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, February 16, 2018:
The French government has been accused of following Islamic law, specifically one which designates guardianship of children, to determine housing benefits for Muslims.
The French housing benefit, known as CAF, is calculated on a number of factors, including the income of a household and how many children live in a household.
On the official website of the CAF, the government mentions a form of Islamic jurisprudence known as “Kafala” as being valid alongside other documents to prove guardianship of children, leading some to question if the government is following Islamic law.
Anti-Islamisation Front National MP Gilbert Collard questioned the French state giving legal legitimacy to what he called a “Quranic judgement”.
Describing Kafala as “totally foreign to any French legal norm” and arguing that such judgements are “directly derived from the Quranic law”, Collard asked the French Justice Ministry how Quranic law held any force in France.
Fellow Front National member and MEP Bernard Monot also questioned whether or not the policy was a sign of Islamisation.
French left-wing newspaper Libération put out an article to “fact-check” the claims of the Front National politicians and found that the French government does accept Kafala documents from countries like Algeria and Morocco in North Africa because such judgements have legal standing in those countries….