Keep Imran and his family, and deport those Muslims with dual citizenship and residency permits who believe that Imran should be deported.
The New Spanish Inquisition And The Case Of Imran Firasat
Spanish Inquisition: Illustration of the Auto da fe held at Validolid, Spain on 21 May 1559.
The Spanish language publication El País reports (1) that the Spanish Government has effectively threatened to withdraw refugee status from Imran Firasat. They do this for their own twisted political reasons.
For those who are unfamiliar with his case Imran runs a website called Mundo sin Islam (World without Islam). He is an apostate from Islam and has produced a film called The Innocent Prophet. Ordinarily this would not be a problem but the prophet in question happens to be the Islamic Prophet Mohammed. The actions of Western politicians give the impression that Mohammed is entitled to greater reverence and superior protection than other Prophets.
In the Orwellian pro-sharia Europe some prophets are obviously more equal than others. Questioning minds have to give Mohammed a wide berth. This is sharia law and it is being applied in Western Europe against the interests and the wishes of the European public. Europe is moving back to restrictions on thought and expression that most people thought that we had permanently left behind during the Spanish Inquisition!
Of course it was the imminent publication of The Innocent Prophet on 14 December that sparked the draconian and shariaesque attitude of the Spanish Government. If he had made a film about Moses, Christ, or Siddhārtha Gautama Buddha there would be not problem. There would certainly not be a threat of deportation to Pakistan – an Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member state well know for tolerating religious persecution within its borders.