Le Pen says rival candidate Macron is 'weak' on Islamic terror

France is no longer safe, National Front leader Marine Le Pen says
HENIN-BEAUMONT, France&nbsp; - French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen launched a scathing attack against her centrist rival Emmanuel Macron, a day after the two were put through to a second round runoff on May 7, calling him &quot;weak&quot; in the face of Islamist terrorism.<br /> <br /> &quot;I'm on the ground to meet the French people to draw their attention to important subjects, including Islamist terrorism to which the least we can say Mr Macron is weak on,&quot; Le Pen told reporters.<br /> <br /> &quot;Mr Macron has no project to protect the French people in the face of Islamist dangers,&quot; she said, adding that the run-off with Macron was a referendum on &quot;uncontrolled globalization.&quot; <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />