Imam’s cautious welcome for French president speech

Plans announced by President Macron to combat “Islamic separatism” have been cautiously welcomed by the Grand Imam de Bordeaux.

Tareq Oubrou told Connexion it at least shows a willingness to begin to face up to the extremely complex problems this issue raises.

The measures aim to “fight foreign influence” and “promote the [positive] organisation of the Muslim faith”, Mr Macron said at an event in Mulhouse, ...

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