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The Huffington Post | By Eline Gordts Posted: 01/30/2013 2:05 pm EST


France will deport a number of radical foreign imams in the coming days, though Paris did not identify which preachers would have to leave the country.

France24 reports that French Interior Minister Manuel Valls announced the plan during an international conference on extremist movements held in Brussels on Tuesday. Valls described the decision as part of France's effort to fight "global Jihad."

"Several radical foreign preachers will be expelled in the coming days," Valls told the conference, according to Al Jazeera.

"I don't confuse this radical Islam with the Islam of France but there is a religious environment, there are Salafist groupings, who are involved in a political process, whose aim is to monopolise cultural associations, the schooling system," Valls added. "We will expel all these imams, all these foreign preachers who denigrate women, who hold views that run counter to our values and who say there is a need to combat France."

According to Le Monde, data collected by the Interior Ministry indicate that France expelled 166 Islamists, including 31 imams, from September 2001 until the end of 2011. Five Islamists were ordered to leave the country in April 2012 in the wake of the fatal shootings by Mohamed Merah in Toulouse and Montauban.

The newspaper explains that the first expulsion of an imam under the new administration dates back to October 2012, when Tunisian preacher Mohammed Hammami was accused of calling for "violent jihad," anti-semitism, and violence against women.

Source : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_2582003.html
Vive la France :cheer

Good. It seems the French have finally figured out that tolerating someones intolerance in the name of tolerance itself ... is a bad idea. Sometimes it's downright deadly. That certainly took long enough.

I think that foreign Imams should be carefully monitored and that all Imams (foreigners or not) should be taught into "Islamic Theology National Universities" controlled by the national governements or by the European Union.

Those national madrassa would give them courses in Islam theology, western moral standards and customs, law and the local language.

Preaches must also be given in the local languages not in arabic, Turkey does that and there is no problems about religion.

Will the English follow with Londonistan ?
 

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This needs to be done everywhere.
 

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About damn time, maybe England will follow in stride.


EDIT: I also find it funny they state this now RIGHT after abolishing the extremely old law of "Women aren't allowed to wear pants in Paris"
 

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Fixed it for you.:D:
By fixed you mean make shit up? Yep.

France seem to be redeeming themselves. No longer a nation of cowards it seems.
Yeah,Because "bravery" is kicking out people who speal offensive garbage like assholes.I guess America's a cowardly country because they didn't deport those Westboro Baptist Church pricks too.
 

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Actually, France is becoming hate-filled coutry against anything related to Islam/Muslims. Those extremists who harbor such dangerous beliefs shouldn't be tolerated either.

During the visit last week, in the central city of Dijon, one of the politicians, Julien Odoul, asked that the woman uncover herself.
“Madame has ample time to wear her veil at home, on the street, but not here, not today,” he said

One group of public figures, including actors, artists and academics, asked in an open letter in the newspaper Le Monde this week, “How far will we let the hatred of Muslims go?”
“How long are we going to accept that citizens be insulted, assaulted, attacked, stigmatized because of their religion?” they asked. The letter was later turned into a petition, which has gathered over 180,000 signatures so far.
In an interview with the Collective Against Islamophobia in France, an advocacy group, the mother who went to Dijon said the incident had “destroyed her life.” The mother, identified by the group as Fatima E., also intends to file a legal complaint.
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Good for France! Just wish UK would follow suit and do the same, dark days when the French have more of a back bone then the British lol
 
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