Nabila Ramdani

Nabila Ramdani is an award-winning Paris-born freelance journalist of Algerian descent who specialises in French politics, Islamic affairs, and the Arab World.

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Quel dommage: Hollande's journalist girlfriend Valerie Trierweiler has joined the establishment

Trierweiler is suing the reporters who allege she double-dated a member of the opposition

Nabila Ramdani: Cairo's women have their say – but they have lost all their faith in the revolution

This election is all about giving women humble roles in society and leaving the important jobs to men

Nabila Ramdani: François Hollande will strike fear into the hearts of the rich

He has admitted that he 'does not like the rich' and declared: 'my real enemy is the world of finance'

A Muslim woman protests in France with a sign that reads 'Neither sluts, nor submissives. Secularism, equality, diversity'

Nabila Ramdani: For French Muslims, this horror only makes matters worse

Images of armed police milling around the flat of a "neutralised" Muslim of Algerian descent will be welcomed by France's increasingly right-wing political class. As would-be presidents campaign tirelessly towards an election starting next month, they will stress the need to seek out and destroy young men like Mohamed Merah. The 23-year-old "troubled-housing-estate'"kid turned jihad warrior had a truly dismal life record. It covered almost every manifestation of alienated immigrant angst, from petty crime, through to indoctrination in prison, right up to murderous terrorism.

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