For the second time, and hopefully the last, France has kicked out a hatemongering Muslim cleric from Egypt
(Hat tip: Jihad Watch
PARIS -- France on Thursday expelled for a second time radical Islamic cleric Ali Ibrahim al-Sudani back to his native Egypt having already kicked him out in January, Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux said.
"This individual very recently reappeared on our territory despite an expulsion order in his name, carried out in January," Hortefeux said in a statement of the former imam of the Hamza mosque, at Pantin outside Paris.
"This hate preacher has repeatedly said violently hostile things about the West that are totally against our society's values," he said, adding that Sudani was on Thursday afternoon aboard a flight to Egypt.
Since 2002, France has expelled 125 radical Islamists, including 29 imams and preachers, the statement said. It did not say how Sudani managed to get back into France.
Hmm. How did he get in? Through Spain, perhaps? But this is why 1]France is going to have to beef up border security, and 2]they're going to have to pull out of the EU and the Euro currency, if they're to keep the country safe.
Labels: Egypt, Europe, France, islam, racism