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What’s missing from the streets of France? WOMEN!

This is in France, of all places — once the epicenter of fashion, femmes and fou fou. No more. They French have been subsumed by Islamization.  The new France, allahu akbar!

This is what the left considers “progress,” “tolerance’ and diversity. Funny, those streets don’t look very diverse to me. Just men. Bringing the highlights and the lowlights of sharia like gender apartheid to the city of ever dimming lights.

Le Parsien: Paris : les femmes chassées des rues dans le quartier Chapelle-Pajol

WOMEN EXPELLED FROM STREETS IN CENTRAL PARIS, POLICE UNABLE TO RESTORE SAFETY

By Benjamin De Wolf, The Old Continent, May 19 2017:

WOMEN FROM THE CHAPELLE-PAJOL DISTRICT (NOT THE BANLIEUE, BUT RIGHT IN THE CENTRE OF PARIS, CLOSE TO GARE DU NORD, THE SACRÉ-COEUR, MONTMARTRE AND THE MOULIN ROUGE) ARE NO LONGER VISIBLE ON ITS STREETS AND SQUARES, THEY ARE ABSENT FROM ITS METRO STATIONS, AND THEY ARE NO LONGER WELCOME IN ITS CAFES, BARS AND RESTAURANTS. THE DISTRICT IS TAKEN OVER BY GROUPS OF MEN, DRUG DEALERS AND MIGRANTS, WHO HARASS OR INSULT EVERY FEMALE THEY ENCOUNTER.

Newspaper Le Parisien reported this week on the structural misogyny inside the French capital.

Three women were interviewed by Le Parisien.

Nathalie (50) states:

“We are treated unbearably (…) there are insults and the atmosphere is agonising to the point that we are forced to change our clothes. A while ago I would go out on the streets at night, these days, such a thing is unthinkable.”

Aurélie (38), admits she no longer recognises the district where she lived for 15 years:

“The simple freedoms of moving around has become problematic. The cafe downstairs, a bistro once friendly, has turned into an exclusively male den and is constantly crowded. They drink a lot, so I continuously receive insults when I pass by. I, therefore, lock myself in my apartment.”

Laure now completely avoids the Chapelle metro station:

“Recently, I was caught in the middle of a brawl of dealers. I screamed, and two of them took out knives to threaten me. I thought my last hour had struck. Also, it’s been months since my 12-year-old daughter went to school alone, nor anywhere else in the neighbourhood, actually.”

The women of La Chapelle know that filing a complaint has little effect. And although the police are aware of the situation and have made 884(!) arrests since January, they still do not patrol the district permanently. Therefore the women of the district are ‘sounding the alarm’, and have launched a petition to move the mayor and the police to act accordingly.

EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared in The Geller Report.

France chooses national suicide, elects Macron in landslide

Lights out for France. The French have chosen not to be so “racist” and “Islamophobic” as to resist the jihad that is being waged against them with ever greater ferocity. Europe as a whole, too, appears to be poised to make the same choice, and vote itself out of existence. And then it will be America’s turn.

“Victory for the young, pro-EU centrist will be greeted with relief in key European capitals,” yes, and with grief among those who have dared to cherish the hope that the West would make a last stand for freedom. Instead, the French have voted overwhelmingly for the proposition that to defend one’s nation and culture is “bigoted.” And so decent French people will not defend these things, and all will be well, and all manner of thing will be well, until the final jihadist blade severs the last French non-bigot’s head from his neck.

“Emmanuel Macron wins French presidential election,” by Ruadhán Mac Cormaic, Irish Times, May 7, 2017:

Emmanuel Macron has been elected president of France, according to projections, with the 39-year-old centrist winning 65.1 per cent of the vote to defeat far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

The result is a remarkable triumph for Mr Macron, a former banker who has never held elected office and is now set to become the country’s youngest head of state since the creation of the modern French republic. He will also be the first non-party president, and his ability to form a stable government will hinge on the outcome of legislative elections next month.

Mr Macron won 65.1 per cent, according to a projection announced by France 2 television at 8pm French time (7pm Irish time) on Sunday, with Ms Le Pen trailing on 34.9 per cent. Turnout was estimated at 74 per cent, the lowest in the second round of a French presidential election since 1969.

Victory for the young, pro-EU centrist will be greeted with relief in key European capitals. Mr Macron, who served as economy minister under president François Hollande from 2014- 2016, positioned himself as an economic and social liberal, as an advocate of free trade and European integration.

A shock win for Ms Le Pen would have upended French politics and plunged the EU into a fresh crisis. On the campaign trail, the Front National figurehead had pledged to close borders, withdraw France from the euro zone and scrap trade treaties.

But even in defeat, the 48-year-old’s vote is projected to be about twice what her party scored the last time it reached the presidential second round, in 2002, illustrating the scale of voter disaffection with mainstream politics in France.

Fusing the nativist, anti-immigrant policies with which her father, Jean-Marie, established the Front National as a force in French politics, with her own anti-globalisation and protectionist rhetoric, Ms Le Pen significantly expanded the party’s base….

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Macron Threatens Poland with Future Sanctions over Refusal to Take in Migrants

If Macron becomes President of France, he appears determined to drive his nation to ruin, and to drag the rest of Europe along with it. If France is to survive as a free nation, it must elect Le Pen. She is not the perfect candidate (who is?), but she is the only one standing against the mad and suicidal inundation of Muslim migrants.

Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron

“Macron Threatens Poland with Future Sanctions over Refusal to Take in Migrants,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, April 30, 2017 (thanks to Samantha):

Polish lawmakers are furious at French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron who has proposed potential sanctions on the country for refusing to take in migrants from other European Union states.

Globalist candidate Macron has threatened Poland with sanctions if he becomes France’s new leader on 7 May. Speaking to several newspapers he said: “When the rights and values of the European Union are not respected, I want sanctions to be taken,” referring to the refusal of Poland to take in migrants from Italy and Greece, Reuters reports.

The Polish government has also clashed with the EU on the subject of its judiciary, which the EU has claimed has been weakened by the conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) led government.

“In the three months after I’m elected, there will be a decision on Poland,” Macron said.

“You cannot have a European Union which argues over every single decimal place on the issue of budgets with each country, and which, when you have an EU member which acts like Poland or Hungary on issues linked to universities and learning, or refugees, or fundamental values, decides to do nothing.”

Hungary, like Poland, has also rejected attempts to redistribute migrants from other countries, recently rejecting 5,000 individuals from Sweden.

Hungary has also come under attack from the EU after passing a new education bill that could affect left-wing billionaire and open borders financier George Soros’s Central European University. In a recent speech, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Soros had ruined “the lives of millions of European with his financial speculations”.

Poland’s government reacted angrily with Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski calling Macron’s comments “unacceptable”. According to the foreign minister, Macron had “violated European standards and the principles of friendship with Poland”.

Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański accused Macron of using “populist” tactics and said that his comments went against the EU’s spirit of cooperation. Szymański said these comments were a contradiction given that Macron had earlier described himself as “pro-European”.

Earlier this week, Macron was jeered at by workers at a Whirlpool factory looking to move to Poland in his hometown of Amiens after Marine Le Pen had visited them hours before and was greeted with cheers. Macron complained saying: “You cannot have a country that plays on the fiscal and social gaps in the European Union and which is infringing European principles.”

Macron’s campaign has faced a tough opening week appearing lacklustre according to polls. Surveys after the Whirlpool factory event have shown him slipping in his once commanding lead….

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EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on The Geller Report.

Front-runner for French presidency against arresting and deporting ‘radical Islamists’

France was once a great nation. But when basic measures for self-defense become stigmatized and opposed as “right-wing,” the death spiral has begun. The France of Charles Martel is but a historical memory. The France of Emmanuel Macron won’t last long.

“Macron Against Arresting and Deporting Radical Islamists,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, April 22, 2017:

En Marche presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron slammed Marine Le Pen’s proposal to arrest radical Islamists saying it would be counter-productive to intelligence efforts.

Mr Macron took direct exception to Le Pen’s comments Friday morning when the Front National presidential candidate called for the arrest of all known radical Islamists and the deportation of Islamists without French citizenship Le Figaro reports. Le Pen made the comments after reports that the shooter of three police in Paris Thursday night had been known to police as an Islamic extremist.

“The goal is an intelligence goal,” Macron said. ” If you put them all in jail, first of all, it is not in accordance with the law,” he added, “The goal is to follow them. The police must be able to work in the best possible way.”

Macron also hit out at comments made by Le Pen earlier this week in which she claimed that under a Le Pen presidency none of the major attacks in the last five years would have happened. “I heard a few days ago Ms Le Pen say ‘with me, there would have been no such attack.’ No, zero risk does not exist, we live and we will live permanently with the threat of Terrorism,” he said.

The independent candidate, who is the youngest in the presidential race at 39-years-old, has been accused of lacking experience. He refuted the allegation and claimed that Le Pen’s experience was professing “untruths” and “irresponsibility.”…

Overall Macron’s reaction to the terror attack Thursday has been what he’s called a “spirit of responsibility in this extreme period” and described terrorism as, “part of our daily lives for the years to come.” 

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Muslim Migrants Storm Town Hall to Protest France’s Immigration Laws, 14 people injured

The hijrah (immigration jihad) is an invading army. Don’t kid yourself.

14 WOUNDED AFTER ILLEGAL MIGRANTS STORM TOWN HALL TO PROTEST FRANCE’S IMMIGRATION LAWS

By Virginia Hale, Breitbart, April 19, 2017:

A CROWD OF AROUND 200 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS FROM AFRICA STORMED ALFORTVILLE TOWN HALL ON TUESDAY MORNING, DEMANDING THE GOVERNMENT RELAX CRITERIA FOR REGULARISATION AND GIVE THEM RESIDENCE PAPERS.

Illegal migrants occupied the town hall for about an hour, frightening members of the public in the building as well as staff who had to retreat to their offices.

The migrants, who work at Rungis International Market, the world’s largest wholesale food market, began piling into the town hall at around 8.30 am, but staff didn’t notice their arrival until it was “too late”, according to Le Parisien.

When officers arrived to break up the protest and evacuate the town hall, they were forced to use tear gas as a group of around forty illegal immigrants were blocking access to the building. Le Parisien reports that following clashes, 14 people received medical treatment with three hospitalised.

“This illegal occupation prevented Alfortvillians from accessing public services throughout the morning, and caused anxiety among town hall staff and families who were already present in the building,” the commune’s Socialist mayor Luc Carvounas said in a statement.

“Although staff received the men, and listened to their demands, the members of the collective did not wish to enter into any dialogue, instead contenting themselves with denouncing government policy.”

Suggesting the protest was linked to the far left, the mayor denounced the action as having been “exploitation of human misery for political purposes”.

Carvounas argued that it is unreasonable for far left groups to target his town hall, “since, in October 2015, Alfortville was one of the first communes in France to declare itself in favour of welcoming migrants”.

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EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on The Geller Report.

France: 60% of the population doesn’t feel safe anywhere

And it’s only going to get worse. The 40% just don’t fully realize what is happening yet. The jihad is upon France, and its restive Muslim population that is already turning parts of Paris into a war zone isn’t going to calm down and become a productive and loyal sector of French society. The unrest that already has 60% of the French people feeling unsafe has only just begun.

“Six out of 10 People in France ‘Don’t Feel Safe Anywhere,’” by Virginia Hale, Breitbart, March 17, 2017:

Fearing terror attacks, the majority of people in France are pessimistic about the nation’s security situation, with six in 10 saying they no longer feel safe anywhere according to an IFOP-FIDUCIAL poll.

The survey found that 93 per cent of French believe the threat of more terror attacks is high, and 71 per cent feel the security situation in France has got worse over the last five years.

More broadly, 59 per cent of those polled said they did not feel safe anywhere, with almost one in four (24 per cent) opting to “strongly agree” with the statement.

Reflecting the insecurity respondents said they felt, 69 per cent think the police and gendarmerie are understaffed, and the survey found the French overwhelmingly have a positive view of law enforcement.

The vast majority of respondents (88 per cent) believe France should deport foreigners sentenced to prison for serious offences, and 84 per cent want the country to create more prison places.

A slight majority (55 per cent) would like to see France exit the European Union’s open borders Schengen zone.

With security a major issue in this year’s presidential elections, the survey found Marine Le Pen was judged the candidate with the best policies in both keeping property and people safe (32 per cent) and in the fight against terror (35 per cent).

Some way behind the Front National candidate were Emmanuel Macron (21 per cent citing security of goods and people, 19 per cent fighting terrorism) and Francois Fillon (19 per cent backed the centre-right candidate’s policy solutions in the two areas).

A national state of emergency has been in force in France since Paris suffered one of the worst terror attacks in recent European history in November 2015, when 130 were killed in a series of bombings and shootings across the city.

And in June the following year, a Tunisian migrant deliberately drove a 19-tonne cargo truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, in an attack which resulted in the deaths of 86 people.

However, terrorism isn’t France’s only worry, as last month saw weeks of violent riots spread through Paris suburbs, with cars torched, windows smashed, and shops looted.

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Paris: Muslim screaming ‘Allahu akbar’ slits throats of father and son

“Police have called for caution to be taken before speculating over the motive for the double murder after it was reported that the knifeman shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ (‘God is greatest’, in Arabic).”

Actually it means Allah is greater, i.e., greater than your god. It is a declaration of supremacism and a demand for submission. But authorities in France, blind as ever, are in doubt as to the motive for the attack, because, you know, Methodists and Hardshell Baptists and Theravada Buddhists and all sorts of other people scream “Allahu akbar” all the time while they’re clipping their fingernails or going to the movies or doing any number of random things, so it doesn’t really have any particular significance, right?

In this case, since the victims were the man’s father and brother, he may have thought them apostates for some reason, or to have sullied the family honor.

“Man held after father and brother found with throats slit on Paris street,” The Local, March 17, 2017:

Police in Paris have launched an investigation after two men, a father and his son, were found with their throats slit in a trendy part of the French capital. Another son has been arrested in connection with the murders.

A man was arrested in Paris on Friday suspected of slitting the throats of his father and brother outside a building in the capital’s trendy 11th district, police sources told AFP.

The sources, who asked not to be named because they were not authorised to speak publicly, said the reason for the attack was being investigated.

The two men died at the scene despite efforts by paramedics to save them.

Police have called for caution to be taken before speculating over the motive for the double murder after it was reported that the knifeman shouted “Allahu Akbar” (‘God is greatest’, in Arabic)….

Images and videos posted from the scene showed the area was calm while many residents told Le Parisien newspaper they had not seen or heard anything.

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EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on Jihad Watch.

Louvre attacker’s brother is police officer, father is retired police general

And another brother is a high-ranking official in a state institution. This indicates how deeply embedded jihadis are in French (and other Western) societies. No doubt the attacker and his family were all deemed to be “moderate.” Yet look how long and carefully they were planning jihad massacres. This is a war, and yet most Western authorities still don’t realize the ways in which the enemy is fighting.

(Thanks to Joy for the screenshots)

 

EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared in The Geller Report.

Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took ‘too many prayer breaks’

The future of France, and of Europe in general, can be glimpsed in this episode.

“The Aulnay site closed because Muslim employees were constantly taking unscheduled prayer breaks and had become unproductive. It’s the truth. A Peugeot official told me that it was one – but obviously not the only – of the reasons the plant was shut down.”

They may have considered it their due to receive payment from unbelievers even while not working. In Islamic law, non-Muslims have the duty to provide for the upkeep of Muslims. British jihadist Anjem Choudary said in February 2013:

“We are on Jihad Seekers Allowance, We take the Jizya (protection money paid to Muslims by non-Muslims) which is ours anyway. The normal situation is to take money from the Kafir (non-Muslim), isn’t it? So this is normal situation. They give us the money. You work, give us the money. Allah Akbar, we take the money. Hopefully there is no one from the DSS (Department of Social Security) listening. Ah, but you see people will say you are not working. But the normal situation is for you to take money from the Kuffar (non-Muslim) So we take Jihad Seeker’s Allowance.”

This is, of course, based on the Qur’an: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29).

“Peugeot car plant closed as Muslim workers took ‘too many prayer breaks’, claims official,” by Romina McGuinness, Express, January 5, 2017:

THE head of the France’s centre-right Union of Democrats and Independents (UDI) political party, Jean-Christophe Lagarde, has claimed a PSA Peugeot Citroen car plant had to close because it had hired too many “unproductive” Muslim employees.

The hardline centrist, who is also deputy mayor of Drancy, a suburb northeast of Paris, said that the carmaker’s Aulnay plant, which closed in 2013, had been forced to shut its doors because of “problems arising from never-ending religious demands by Muslim employees”.

He said: “The Aulnay site closed because Muslim employees were constantly taking unscheduled prayer breaks and had become unproductive. It’s the truth. A Peugeot official told me that it was one – but obviously not the only – of the reasons the plant was shut down.”

The shocking claims were made in French newspaper France Info.

Mr Lagarde added that he wasn’t trying to “irk” Muslims and spark a controversial debate about religion at work, but said he wanted to “end the Omerta”.

He said: “Some Muslim employees are proselytising at work and harassing their non-Muslim co-workers.

No one should feel under pressure to convert to Islam or accommodate religious colleagues. Because religion has no place in the workplace.: [sic]

A Peugeot spokesperson, however, has denied Mr Lagarde’s “inflammatory” claims and said that, at the time, the automobile behemoth had been on the brink of bankruptcy and that bosses had decided to close the Aulnay plant to “cut losses”.

PSA Peugeot Citroen Trade union CGT representative Jean-Pierre Mercier also condemned Mr Lagarde’s “nasty lies”….

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French Jews targeted by Muslims, flock to Israel

Why are Jews leaving France? Because “French Jews feel they can give their children a better future in Israel” and of course, the rise of anti-semitism……

Fears of anti-Semitism are rising again in Europe. They have been stoked in particular by a growing number of verbal and physical attacks on Jews not only in France, but also in Britain, Belgium and elsewhere in Europe….A report commissioned by the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC) confirmed what had been widely asserted by French commentators: the perpetrators of the attacks have overwhelmingly been Muslim youths.

Attacks by Muslims against Jews in France is a taboo subject, yet…..

France is the main target of repeated Islamist attacks…..Most of those attacks were committed by French Muslims: citizens on their way back from Syria.

As usual, politically correct politicians sell out the public…..

After each of these tragic episodes President François Hollande refused to name the enemy, refused to name Islamism — and especially refused to name French Islamists — as the enemy of French citizens…..

For Hollande, the enemy is an abstraction: “terrorism” or “fanatics”. Even when the president does dare to name “Islamism” as the enemy, he refuses to say he will close all Salafist mosques, prohibit the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafist organizations in France, or ban veils for women in the street and at university.

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“French Jews feel they can give their children a better future in Israel”, by Michele Chabin, USA Today, September 29, 2016:

PARIS — Yael Haccoun and her family are Orthodox Jews from the working-class Paris suburb of Sarcelles, but they flew to Israel in late September to start a new life and escape the anti-Semitism around them.

“French people think that it’s natural when Jews are targeted” in terror attacks, said Haccoun, 33, as she waited with her husband and their three children here at the airport. “The fact that the army must protect Jewish schools and synagogues isn’t normal.”

She said her family watched in horror in July 2014 as a demonstration protesting Israel’s war with Hamas turned into an anti-Semitic rampage. Dozens of young men chanting “God is great” in Arabic and “death to the Jews” attacked Jewish-owned businesses with clubs and fire bombs.

The number of French Jews immigrating to Israel rose from 1,900 in 2011 to nearly 8,000 last year, said Jacques Canet, president of La Victoire, the great synagogue of Paris. He said the country’s 500,000 to 600,000 French Jews — the third largest Jewish population in the world — “feel threatened.”

“Increasingly, Jews in Paris, Marseilles, Toulouse, Sarcelles feel they can’t safely wear a kippah (yarmulke, or skull cap) outside their homes or send their children to public schools, where Muslim children bully Jewish children,” Canet said.

A poll by the French Institute of Public Opinion in January showed 43% of France’s Jewish Community are considering a move to Israel, and 51% said they have “been threatened” because they are Jewish.

Those with enough money have moved to more upscale areas within France or to Canada, England or the United States, Canet said. The wealthy, staunch Zionists and those who can’t afford to send their children to private Jewish schools go to Israel.

Moshe Sabbag, rabbi of La Victoire, believes “100%” of France’s Jews are thinking of moving, but that prospect is daunting. The majority of France’s Jews immigrated to France in the 1950s and 1960s from North African Muslim countries.

French Jews “love France, they love French culture, they want to stay,” Sabbag said just before leading Friday night services at the synagogue. “But Jews were targeted during huge demonstrations against the 2014 Gaza war. They were killed in Toulouse and Hypercacher,” he said, referring to the 2012 attack on a Jewish school that killed four people and the 2015 attack on a kosher Paris supermarket that left four dead. Muslim extremists carried out both attacks.

Although 2015 was a record year for French immigration to Israel, the numbers this year are lower. As of August 2016, 40% fewer Jews had arrived, compared to the same period last year, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel.

Dov Maimon, a senior fellow at the Jewish People Policy Institute, a think tank, said there are a number of reasons for the decline.

“First, Jews in France are feeling more secure because the (French) prime minister has beefed up security around Jewish institutions, while the increase in terror attacks this winter in Israel may have scared off some people. It may also be that the most ideologically driven Jews have already immigrated,” Maimon said.

The biggest factor, Maimon said, “is that the Israeli prime minister promised French Jews he would take care of them if they came to Israel. They believed Israel would provide them with jobs and housing, but France is a welfare state. Israel is not.”

He pointed out that 100 French immigrant families have returned to France so far this year.

Despite some governmental and agency assistance, “they didn’t find jobs, their kids didn’t learn Hebrew, and French Jews still in France say, ‘I don’t want to be like them.’”

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein believes the assistance is making a difference. Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship for Christians and Jews, said his group provided plane tickets, $1,000 and other services to 700 new French immigrants during the past two years, including 70 people on the Haccouns’ flight.

“Our volunteers meet every person who arrives. We help them find a place to live and a school for their children. We help them write a resume and pay for day care so they can look for a job,” Eckstein said.

In the Sarcelles suburb, Rabbi Yaakov Bitton, head of an Orthodox Jewish elementary school, asked his students to raise their hands if their families planned to move to Israel. Almost every child did.

“Twenty years ago there were 30,000 Jews in Sarcelles. Today there are 15,000,” Bitton said.

Despite the exodus, Bitton’s son Mendel, who is also a rabbi, is building a yeshiva in the town. “We believe that there is a future for Jews here,” Mendel Bitton said….

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EDITORS NOTE: The featured image is of a Muslim protester wearing a kaffiyeh and wrapped in a Palestinian flag raises his fist on July 13, 2014 in Paris, where anti-Israel protesters trap hundreds in Paris synagogue – Photo: AFP/ KENZO TRIBOUILLARD