--On Monday, President Sarkozy of France sent two Islamic extremists back to countries where they could have expected anything but a warm welcome.
The European Court of Human Rights, of which France, like us, is a member, was given no opportunity to voice its feelings on the matter.
Almamy Baradji was expelled back to Mali for preaching anti-Semitism and calling on women to wear the full veil — something that is now illegal in France.
Ali Belhadad, meanwhile — convicted of taking part in a terrorist attack in 1994 in Marrakesh that killed 14 people — was flown to his native Algiers after police discovered he had resumed contact with Islamic activists.
Compare this resolute action with the farce in Britain over the attempted deportation to Jordan of hate preacher Abu Qatada, which ended with him and his family recently being acco
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