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Iran ‘Urges’ France To Revise Extremist-Radicalized-Muslim Laws


A senior Iranian rights official has called on France to revise laws targeting the Muslims across the European country after the French government ordered the closure of nearly two dozen of radicalized mosques. Kazem Gharibabadi, the secretary-general of Iran’s Human Rights Office, made the call in a Saturday tweet, days after France’s Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin appeared on the French television LCI and said 21 mosques that showed signs of “extremism” had been closed in the country. Gharibabadi said the French security forces had carried out raids at 99 mosques on suspicion of extremism, and closed 21 of the mosques…

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