After Imam Mahjoubi another Tunisian religious scholar leaves France due to the threat After Imam Mahjoubi another Tunisian religious scholar leaves France due to the threat

After Imam Mahjoubi another Tunisian religious scholar leaves France due to the threat

After Imam Mahjoubi another Tunisian religious scholar leaves France due to the threat

Tunisian religious scholar Ahmed Djaballah decided to leave French territory on his own initiative, after being threatened with an expulsion decision by the government. He is the second Tunisian cleric to leave French territory in recent days.

He lived for 40 years in France, so they deported him within 8 hours, Interesting details about the case of an imam who criticized the tricolor flags.
Agence France-Presse, citing the French Ministry of the Interior, reported on Saturday that Ahmed Djaballah left French territory, after being informed by the French authorities that he was threatened with deportation.

Djaballah heads the European Institute for the Human Sciences (IESH) in Saint-Denis, in the northern suburb of Paris, which trains imams and teachers in Quranic schools as well as ordinary citizens who want to learn the Arabic language or get closer to Islam.

It should be noted that about 1,500 students graduate annually from this school.

According to French media, the authorities also decided to impose an administrative ban on him so that he would not be able to return to France.

Djaballah is the second Tunisian cleric to leave French territory in recent days. A few days ago, the French authorities arrested Tunisian imam Mahjoub Mahjoubi  on charges of “calling for terrorism” against the backdrop of a sermon classified as “ hostile to France .” He was deported on February 22nd.

The Tunisian imam of the Banyuls-sur-Cez Mosque in France described the decision to deport him, after he was accused of making statements inciting hatred, as  arbitrary and extremely political .

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