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France: Darmanin announces new dissolutions of associations qualified as “Islamist”


AA / Nice / Feïza Ben Mohamed

The French Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin will demand the dissolution of seven (07) associations “which disseminate an Islamist ideology”, he announced Tuesday morning at a press conference.

He welcomes the action of the executive, which has already dissolved thirteen (13) associative structures since the start of Emmanuel Macron’s five-year term.

“This is three times more than previous governments”, rejoiced the tenant of Beauvau.

This statement, made within the framework of the presentation of the results of the action of the Ministry of the Interior, comes barely a few days after the Nawa publishing house and the CRI (Coordination against racism and Islamophobia) , were dissolved.

Darmanin, moreover, congratulated himself on having ordered the administrative closure of the Allonnes mosque, explaining that “the sermons advocated in this mosque legitimized in particular the use of armed jihad while cultivating a feeling of hatred towards from France “.

All these accusations and this offensive against Muslim associative structures are rejected by the main stakeholders who denounce an attack on freedoms and the rule of law.

Regarding the rest of his record, the minister assures us that out of “all illegal aliens listed for radicalization, 163 have left France, 88 of them are under house arrest or in an administrative detention center, 229 were imprisoned, and 13 are placed in hospital under duress ”.

He also announces that since September 2020, 36,000 residence permits have been refused or withdrawn from people who have disturbed public order.

“Our policy is clear, to judge foreigners for what they do and not for what they are” he hammered.

Finally, Gérald Darmanin unveiled the figures relating to drug trafficking in the country.

He affirms that “1,335 traffics were dismantled in September against 1,036 in August 2021 (or + 29%)”, and that “6.6 tons of cannabis were seized in September 2021 against 3 tons in August 2021, ie more than double ”.

Over the year 2021, no less than “4,608 operations aimed at dismantling deal points” which “were carried out throughout the national territory”.

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