The idea of the Islamization of France is not a new one. The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) has been covering the sensitive subject for a couple of years, as is seen in their report about Generation Identity protests against '68ers (street protesters in May, 1968) who are allowing the Islamization of France.
But the Islamist jihadist Parish shootings at Charlie Hebdo as well as the Kosher grocery store highlights the cultural clash as well as homegrown terrorists who feel isolated from mainstream French values.
Soren Kern of the Gatestone Institute had a sobering chronology of the tensions created in the gradual Islamization of France. It is estimated that 10% of the French population are Muslim (about 6.5 million of the total population of 66 million), but the government can not say with certainly since French is mandated to be secular. Nonetheless, until the Charlie Hebdo attacks, the French government have implemented politically correct accommodations their Muslim residents and citizens. The most notable of these practices are 750 "No Go Zones", which are euphemistically called "zones urbanes sensibles" where French gendarmes dare not go and sharia law reigns.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls commented that there is a war being waged by Islamist Jihadists which threatens western values.
How the world reacts to these outrageous atrocities will determine if the West will retain its values of freedom and religious pluralism or if we will cower into de facto dhimmitude.