On Friday, August 5th, the Administrative Court of Paris suspended the expulsion of Imam Hasan Ikwussen to Morocco. This will stay stuck in S for 18 months as we learn this Sunday, August 7.
The imam, whose deportation decision was suspended in the file 18 months ago, says: BFM TV Which quotes a source in the police.
Gerald Darmanin announced, Thursday, July 28, 2022, the expulsion of this imam who practices his profession in France, according to what is reported. France information with AFP. He is best known for being close to the Muslim Brotherhood, an association founded in 1928 in Egypt that calls for the revival of Islam through initially nonviolent actions against Western countries. This association is considered by many countries a terrorist group.
Accused of inciting hatred and violence
Hasan Equesen was accused of advocating hatred and violence. He would make anti-Semitic, anti-gay, and “anti-women” remarks during speeches or conferences.
In its ruling, the court considered that “the only ground based on the existence of explicit and willful acts of provocation to discriminate against women cannot (can) justify the procedure of expulsion without causing serious and manifestly disproportionate to his right to lead an ordinary person and ordinary family life,” reports Western France with AFP.
The Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, announced that he is appealing the suspension decision to the Council of State, shortly after the decision.
The expulsion of Imam Ikuyusen: Determined to fight those who carry and publish comments of an anti-Semitic nature and violating equality between women and men, I appealed the suspension decision before the State Council. pic.twitter.com/IUBiYPfNIm
– Gerald Darmanin (@GDarmanin) August 5, 2022
Meanwhile, his lawyer greeted the decision on Twitter by saying: “Far from sirens, the law.”
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