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French society is under threat, argues philosopher Alain Finkielkraut in a controversial new book.

There used to be mixed marriages, which is crucial to miscegenation. Many Muslims in Europe are re-Islamizing themselves.

A woman who wears the veil effectively announces that a relationship with a non-Muslim is out of the question for her.

We were told that these youths were protesting against unemployment, inequality and the impossibility of social advancement.

In reality we saw an eruption of hostility toward French society.

Alain Finkielkraut is one of France's most controversial essayists.

His new book, "L'Identité Malheureuse" ("The Unhappy Identity," Éditions Stock ), has been the subject of heated debate.

It comes at a time when France finds itself in the midst of an identity crisis.

But rather than framing things from a social or political perspective, Finkielkraut explores what he sees as a hostile confrontation between indigenous French people and immigrants.

France is in the process of transforming into a post-national and multicultural society.

It seems to me that this enormous transformation does not bring anything good. Post-national and multicultural sounds rather promising. Finkielkraut: It is presented to us as the model for the future.

They have experienced that in some neighborhoods they are the minority in their own country.