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Islam Critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali Warns of French Civil War

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By    |   Monday, 05 Jun 2017 11:09 PM

A Somali-born critic of Islam said France may fall into a civil war if it cannot sort out issues like dealing with Radical Islam.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali told Politico she believes France's new President Emmanuel Macron needs to seize control of crucial issues or risk losing his country.

If Macron "doesn't tackle problems; if the economy doesn't grow; if he can't control immigration; and if he won't address the issues of Islam — I think that country could just fall into civil war," she said.

Ali was raised Muslim but has since become an atheist. She served in the Dutch House of Representatives from 2003-2006.

Ali is a vocal critic of Islam and has received death threats because of that. She said Europe has gotten itself into a hole by letting in large numbers of people from Middle Eastern nations.

"Countries in the Middle East, in Africa, Asia, they are falling apart," she said. "In those countries there are either crazy dictators or complete anarchy. They are failed states. And as long as this constant flow of human beings fleeing war exists, the European problem will too."

Ali's comments came two days after three Radical Islamic terrorists killed seven people during a van and knife attack in London before police shot and killed them.

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