Once synonymous with romantic getaways, fine dining and world-renowned artwork, France has become better known in recent years for horrific scenes like Charlie Hebdo, the Bataclan theater and other massacres. All had one thing in common: radical Islamic Jihad.
An estimated 4.7 million Muslim immigrants now live in France, most entering from poverty-stricken countries around the globe over the last 15 years. This has had the effect of importing many of the very conditions they were fleeing.
Chuck Holton and the Frontlines team traveled to Paris to investigate reports that some areas of France had been so overtaken by immigrants that they have become so-called "no-go zones"—dangerous enclaves within the city where French law takes a back seat to Sharia. What they found was a country facing a crisis of culture.