Book Club: Kamel Daoudi is France's longest-serving house arrest prisoner. Convicted on terrorism charges in 2001, Kamel now lives a life in limbo at the will of the French authorities. His experience is symbolic of the failings of the War on Terror.
Violent incidents of Islamophobia are going unnoticed in France. Shielded by an apathetic justice system and a national psyche unfazed by xenophobia, Muslims are increasingly concerned about their place, security and fate in modern-day France.