The commission expulsion against the removal of the Tunisian imam Hammami
Former Interior Minister, Claude Gueant, had made this case a symbol of the fight shown by the previous government against "radical Islam." Requested in February, the expulsion of the Tunisian imam Mohammed Hammami was examined, Tuesday, May 15, by the Committee of expulsion (Comex), convened on this issue.
The body, composed of judges, issued a negative opinion on the procedure for expulsion of religious 77 years, accused the interior minister have called for "whipping to death" adulterous women and have held "anti-Semitic and discriminatory remarks" against women. Comex has cited "evidence" contradicting the white notes provided by the accusation and stressed that "inserting [Mr. Hammami] in France", where he lived for fifty-three years, "no problem."