Catholic Churches in France are calling for increases protection after the Basilica of St. Dennis which houses many tombs of ancient French Kings was stormed by illegal African and Middle Eastern migrants on Sunday.
Dozens of migrants supported by far-left militants stormed the historic 12 the century Gothic church to highlight their demands that the French government cease deportations of illegal and criminal migrants and abandon any kind of border or immigration control.
Sunday Mass was abandoned and scuffles broke out the police moved in to clear the thugs after allowing the illegal occupation for more than an hour.
Catholic churches in France are supposed to have had increased protection from authorities since 2016 when Muslim terrorists stormed a small church in Rouen, Northern France and beheaded the 84-year- old priest who was saying mass in front of terrified parishioners.
French National Assembly member Nicholas Dupont-Aignan has shared footage of the disgraceful incident and called for the “immediate expulsion” of all migrants involved
Other in France have criticised the virtual media blackout on the event and have questioned if the media reaction would be the same if far-right groups had stormed a mosque.