France Wrestles with Expelling Radical Imams The French government wants to toughen laws to make it easier to expel foreign Muslim clerics, who it accuses of supporting terror and not respecting human rights. But as NPR's Nick Spicer reports from Paris, defining what constitutes unacceptable radicalism is likely to be a difficult task.
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France Wrestles with Expelling Radical Imams

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France Wrestles with Expelling Radical Imams

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France Wrestles with Expelling Radical Imams

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The French government wants to toughen laws to make it easier to expel foreign Muslim clerics, who it accuses of supporting terror and not respecting human rights. But as NPR's Nick Spicer reports from Paris, defining what constitutes unacceptable radicalism is likely to be a difficult task.