Imam Hassan Iquioussen, at his home in Lourches (59), in 2019. PIERRE ROUANET / PHOTOPQR / VOIX DU NORTH / MAXPPP DECRYPTION – On Friday, the administrative justice disavowed Gérald Darmanin, rejecting his decision to remove the preacher. The case is iconic. And its final conclusion will be followed by public opinion, the political world and associations but also, and perhaps above all, by the Islamist movement, whether it claims Salafism or the Muslim Brotherhood. On Friday, the Paris administrative court urgently suspended the expulsion to Morocco of Hassan Iquioussen, a preacher reputed to be close to the Muslim Brotherhood. His lawyer, Me Lucie Simon, hailed “a measured and salutary decision”. Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin immediately announced that he was appealing to the Council of State. Marine Le Pen, for her part, deplored the “cowardice of governments” and LR Éric Ciotti spoke of an “incomprehensible” decision. On the side of Nupes, the deputy David Guiraud, who had supported Hassan Iquioussen, dropped: “It is a stinging defeat for Gérald Darmanin and all the apprentice prosecutors”. A decision which creates surprise The administrative court ruled that the remarks anti-Semites, anti-republicans and conspirators held against the preacher… This article is reserved for subscribers. You have 80% left to discover.Cultivating your freedom means cultivating your curiosity.Non-binding subscription Already a subscriber? Login
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