That's a religion, not a race. But I can assure that people have human rights in France. Everybody. Much more rights than they could dream about in their own countries.
race and religion go hand and hand; and is silly to say "if they don't like the way they are treated here, they can go back to their own countries." that is what you're saying in the part i bolded.
Race and religion don't go hand annd hand at all. I mean, a lot of Africans are catholics, so are the Frenchs. And France is a completely secular country, religion has nothing to do there. "if they don't like the way they are treated here, they can go back to their own countries."
No, that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying that French Constitution, and the Treats of the European Union, protect those immigrants. They have the right to education, to PUBLIC healthcare, to get welfare, etc. and those laws try to protect them against racism. But you can't pretend that everybody likes you, and moreover, in some cases they don't wanna adapt to the new country and its customs,which causes problems.