France expels radical Tunisian imam

France expels radical Tunisian imam

Paris : France | Oct 31, 2012 at 9:49 AM PDT
Source: Al Sharq Al Awsat
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France says it has deported a radical Muslim preacher known for his anti-Semitic speeches and calls for violent holy war. Mohamed Hammami, who preached at the Omar Mosque in Paris, was expelled to his home country of Tunisia on Wednesday. France's Interior Ministry said in a statement that Hammami... FULL ARTICLE AT Al Sharq Al Awsat
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