Les Enfants Terribles, a chic restaurant in Paris's 12th arrondissement, was packed. Plates of halal foie gras à la maison,
halal braised lamb with rosemary, and halal caramelised duck were being
dispatched to tables. Fresh fruit cocktails and exotic non-alcoholic
concoctions replaced glasses of wine.
Mohamed Abdenebi, 36, a
history and geography teacher, was a typical diner: young, French,
Muslim, dynamic – and furious. According to Abdenebi, France has let its
Muslim population down. "They said to us, 'Do your studies, and you
will get a job.' We did our studies but there were no jobs and they said
we hadn't done the right studies. Each time there was a new obstacle."
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