I was trying to point out that right now, in the present some cultures should not be forced to mix with others because it will rise stupid tensions or repugnant scenes like the last incident in France where a "person" of Islamic background and black skin declared on camera "all your white women belong to us" before slapping and hitting a young french woman. Then again this could also be blamed to Sarzoky's own ignorance as far as immigration policies go.
Wait a minute. It helps if you say more precisely what you mean by "forced to mix." Are you saying this is why -- what exactly, all Muslims? Muslims from a certain country or sect? -- should be kept out of France? Or, out of certain schools or neighborhoods in France, perhaps?
As for the US... We have plenty of cases where Black men go on about how White women are "naturally" destined for them on whichever physical or moral grounds -- and we also have our share of moral panics about Black men as a generalized "threat." We have a good few radical religious figures demanding women stay in certain boxes, or making wild claims about what they should do lifestyle-wise. Some of these people have a considerable, vocal, occasionally violent following.
However, again in the US: Apart from some de facto private, police, and bureaucratic discrimination against Blacks... If the issue comes up to a legal test, we cannot segregate for "no excuse," or on the basis of some generalized "cultural difference." (Although some of the excuses we do have are pretty silly.) Considering how many of the misogynist radicals are apparently White and Christian of some stripe, I'm skeptical that we do very much to forcibly segregate them
either. As to immigration: We can go on about terrorism or economic benefits, but we cannot block immigration on the basis of religion per se
I don't know about France and Sarkozy and what rules they operate under -- which persons exactly are entitled to "Liberty" and "Equality" under the law there (can we put "Fraternity" aside for now?)... I'm also not sure if your view amounts to a critical look at how the situation of interest to the OP happened. (Maybe this thread needs a particular case to unify what's going on?) But it sounds to me, more like a scattergun prescription for what to do in response. I'm also dubious about whether it's a practical prescription: I would expect those Muslims are in France for some pressing economic or political reason.
I'm not saying that Islam cultures can't evolve into something better in terms of equality and freedom, but it could actually get worse...
Well, thank you. That's a bit clearer than firing curses in the general direction of any and all.
The US could get better or worse, too. For instance, we have Tennessee attempting to explicitly deny orientation, gender and even any
other group not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution through legislation. Which would make discriminating against women just fine if it passes as "gender" and not "sex" discrimination, and the founding fathers never mentioned protection for disabled persons... Let alone the question of gay or trans rights.