The suspension of the expulsion in France was refused to the Muslim preacher because, in the eyes of the Council, it could not be proven that it would cause him serious damage that would be difficult to repair. “It does not provide any evidence that suggests that it will not benefit, in the event of surrender to France and legal proceedings in this country, from the inherent guarantees of the right to a fair trial, even after returning to Morocco.”, indicate the CCE on its website.
Born in France, Hassan Iquioussen fled to Belgium this summer after France decided in late July not to extend his residence permit and send him back to his country of origin, Morocco. In question: remarks that would promote hatred and discrimination and a vision of Islam contrary to “the values of the Republic”.
In its judgment, the Council also recalls “that it is not competent to hear an appeal against a decision of deprivation of liberty, which is only subject to appeal in the council chamber of the criminal court of appeal therefore, is not acceptable as long as it is . directed against the holding decision”.