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Let Krekar stay

When Mulla Krekar is lifted out of the country, it happens contrary to the principles of the Liberal Rule of Law.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Now it is clear: Mulla Krekar will be expelled from the Kingdom of Norway. Erna Solberg has been careful about the statements, but there is no doubt that the verdict is a personal victory for the politician who has put prestige in the expulsion of Norway's most controversial asylum seeker. Not unexpectedly, the judges in Borgarting rejected the Court of Appeal's appeal and concluded in the same way as the Oslo District Court did last fall. Thus, it is once again stated that the former minister of government had the opportunity to expel Krekar, or Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, which is his real name, on the grounds that he was a threat to the security of the kingdom.

Because the material on which the assessment is based is classified, the court has not had the opportunity to try the question of whether Norwegian interests are threatened if Krekar stays in Norway. The Court of Appeal writes in the decision that it does not find it possible to review the immigration authorities' specific assessment of whether the expulsion of Krekar is necessary for reasons of national security. It is obvious that Krekar is a dubious. . .

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