Muslim ghettos in Paris and Brussels are incubators of Islamic extremism where police fear to tread, crime and unemployment are rampant and radical imams aggressively recruit young men to wage jihad against the West, experts said Tuesday.
Moroccan national Ayoub el-Khazzani, who opened fire with a Kalashnikov on a high-speed train in August, lived in Molenbeek.
Mehdi Nemmouche, a French-Algerian who killed four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels last year, spent time in the ghetto.
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“Both in Paris and Brussels we have seen the radicalization of individuals which has led to these cowardly attacks on civilians.
Unfortunately, these poor neighborhoods in which they live act as breeding grounds for terrorism because many of these people feel as if they have no other options or hope,” a senior anti-terrorism official told The Post.
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So-called “no go” zones, he added, are not formal designations by law enforcement, but an informal understanding that they are areas that are crime-ridden, run by drug dealers and gangs not safe for non-Muslims — even police and firefighters.