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Paris says it will deport a number of radical religious imams to tackle extremism in Europe and "global jihadism". French Interior Minister warned the eviction would happen "in the coming days".
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Any country that accepts these French trained hate-mongers has to be out of its tiny little mind.France is exporting home grown terrorisme to the middle east and I have a pretty good idea to where.These imams were trained by NATO to set up insurgency.Extraditi on is just a cover so nobody suspects they are actually send there for a purpose and that they are under French control.I would not be supprised if Algeria turned out to be the target.
Scary thought. Why support jihadis in Syria? To mess with Russia? Mideast Christians are the victims of empires.
Once again BT Niazi exemplifies why Islam's pernicious attitudes have no place among civilized peoples. A society of momma's boys who cannot tolerate equality of women and freedom of conscience does not deserve coddling but a cold slap in the face – time to cut the apron strings, sissy boys!
TIME for jehad against France only.
Tell those Jews that pain of their loss in no different than pain of muslims who lose their kids.
Too little , too late
Hypocrites! France allows everyone's rebels to live and operate there!
They should deport all muslims for the safety of the country.
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