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The French Minister of Justice, Eric Dupond Moretti, said that French writer Michel Houellebecq’s remarks that “Muslims do not embrace France and they should leave the country” create hatred.

Speaking to France’s BFMTV, Dupond Moretti stated that he has the opportunity to make an assessment since the criminal complaint against Houellebecq has been suspended.

“It took me a long time to respond. Why is that? Because such rhetoric has become commonplace. We are used to it. Whereas 15 years ago we were at the forefront of condemning such rhetoric.” Dupond Moretti responded to Houellebecq, referring to the American political scientist Hannah Arendt’s phrase “to make the bad common”.

The French Minister of Justice said, “Muslims cannot be French like others.” I mean unbearable. These speeches generate hatred and go against all my values.” He said.

Referring to Muslims in the latest edition of Front Populaire, Houellebecq said: “There are people who are armed, they supply them with guns, they take lessons in shooting ranges. I believe that acts of resistance will happen when all areas are under Islamic control. There will be terrorist attacks and armed attacks in mosques and cafes frequented by Muslims. I used words.

The director of the Great Mosque of Paris, Chamseddine Hafez, filed a criminal complaint against Houellebecq over his remarks, and later withdrew his complaint.

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