Here are Gateway Pundit’s updates on the rioting of Muslims in Paris.

CLICHY-SOUS-BOIS, France, (AFP) - A Paris suburb suffered a third night of arson and arrests sparked by the electrocution deaths of two teenagers, police said.

The violence on Saturday night was significantly less than on the two preceding nights, police added, but 13 youths were arrested and 20 cars torched.

Earlier Saturday an atmosphere of quiet rage hung over a peaceful procession of 500 people paying homage to the teenagers whose deaths sparked the rioting in the Paris suburb of Clichy-sous-Bois.

“Let us show that despite our grief and our anger we know how to stay dignified,” said the Socialist mayor of Clichy-sous-Bois, Claude Dilain, outside the town hall before the march led by the dead boys’ families began at around 10:00 am amid a very light police presence.

Marchers observed several minutes’ silence and laid flowers a few metres from the spot where the boys Ziad, aged 17, and Banou, 15, died on Thursday when they scaled a wall of an electrical relay station while running away from police and fell against a transformer.

The local state prosecutor said that the boys had wrongly thought they were being chased by police.

According to a 21-year-old man who was with the two boys and survived the electrocution, “they ran because other young people were running. They thought they were being chased but they were not,” Francois Molins, public prosecutor for the Seine-Saint-Denis district, told a press conference.

An investigation by judicial and internal police authorities is underway.
The march passed off peacefully but there were angry expressions on the faces of some youngsters who believed the boys took refuge in the transformer to escape police.