Ping Pong Mufti

France has to expel Muslim preacher a second time

“This hate preacher has repeatedly said violently hostile things about the West that are totally against our society’s values.”

But he must have some followers and material support in France. It’s not likely he’d sneak back in to preach to the wall. “France expels Islamist preacher for second time: minister,” from Agence France-Presse, August 20/JW:

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…

“…Since 2002, France has expelled 125 radical Islamists, including 29 imams and preachers,…” The US, the UK…?….probably zero…

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3 thoughts on “Ping Pong Mufti”

  1. At least France expells the radicals.
    Most likely many more muslims will be thrown out soon because they are trying to take over the country.
    It is surprising that europeans still put up with religion, which is all crap
    anyway according to the majority.
    On the other hand; there’s a lot of idolatry going on worldwide; praying towards mecca (muslims), at the wailing wall (jews), in front of crosses, bibles and statues (many christians), worship cows, a thousand gods (hindus), worship ancestors and nature (buddhism): all wrong worship!

  2. SM,
    Buddhism is not a religion – it is a philosophy and they do not worship nature – you need to read a little about this if I am permitted to say this,

  3. Kaw,
    In a way i can agree with you …and in another not.
    Buddhism is a religion and a philosophy.
    The two main branches of buddhism do not worship, though the path
    itself is spiritual idolatry, also the goal of Nirvana in itself is incorrect.
    The third branch allows mixtures with other religions; for example, in
    Japan were it is very normal to be a buddhist as well as a shintoist.
    That is where ancestor-worship came in, the mixture with animistical
    religions produced nature-worship. Excuse me for not being specific.

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