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Germany’s ‘Project Cleanup’ Could Deport Hundreds of Radical Muslims

A recently passed German immigration law makes it easier for federal and state governments to deport suspected Islamic terrorists and fundamentalists. For the first time, officials can deport people if they have evidence to support fears the suspect may commit a terrorist act in the future. Hundreds could now face deportation, including a Hamburg al-Qaida terror suspect. When Germany enacted its new immigration law earlier this month, Social Democratic Interior Minister Otto Schily personally touted its virtues. Schily referred to the legislation, which went into effect on Jan. 1, 2005, as a “historic break” and a “blessing for Germany” and its national security. Full Story

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