During a speech in Brussels, French Interior Minister Manuel Valls said of the imminent deportations:
"Many radical preachers of foreign origin will be deported in the coming days."
“I do not confuse this radical Islam with Islam as practiced in France generally, but there is a religious environment, there are groups who adhere to Salafism, which is a political process, which quite simply aims to monopolize, at the same time, associations and the educational process and which has taken a firm grip in the minds of many families.”
“We will expel all these imams, these preachers, these foreigners who prey on women, hold beliefs contrary to our values and who advocate the need to fight France. From this standpoint, there is a need to be extremely resolute, and I will be."
“There is an Islamic fascism rising everywhere, but this obscurantism must, of course, be condemned because it denies the democracy for which the Libyan, Tunisian and Egyptian people have fought.”
At least it's a start.
England might want to look into doing the same thing with the likes of hate-preacher Anjem Choudary, and all the other radical clerics living in that country, most of whom happen to live on the dole.