Filed the case against a Pakistani accused of being "a threat to national security"
Interior has revoked his refugee status by making a film against Islam
by Ana Terradillos
May 3, 2013
The court provisionally filed the case against a Pakistani man who was accused of inciting hatred of Muslims for making a film that criticized Islam. Interior also revoked his refugee status for being a danger to national security. He was accused of the crime 510 of the Penal Code, a crime that punishes incitement to hatred and violence on racial, religious or ideological. It was felt that the film could incite Muslims to consider Spain as an enemy. The trial court acquitted 50th provisionally because "there is no evidence that he committed a crime." What follows abolished in the High Court is the resource that Fisarat Inram filed against Interior's decision to revoke his refugee status.
A Fisarat the Interior Ministry revoked the refugee status bya film of 70 minutes against Islam that distributed from the U.S. through the Pastor Terry Jones . The idea was to spread the trailer cartoons against Muhammad from Madrid and in fact the network was published in an ad with pictures of the Spanish flag background in the Plaza de Colón asking questions like "if Muhammad is a saint or a murderer and rapist of children. "
The video is finally distributed from the U.S. but will Interior revokes asylum because the announcement of the video is "a threat to national security" . The Pakistani living in Madrid for seven years was charged with the offense 510 of the Penal Code, a crime that punishes incitement to hatred and violence on racial, religious or ideological. Now the Court number 50 of Madrid provisionally filed this complaint "not be substantiated by the perpetration of the crime." The courts support the argument Fisarat ensuring "that never intended to incite violence and fewer still cause problems to the country that has hosted" and decided not to publish your movie in Spain when he saw the commotion that had formed.
What follows abolished in the High Court is the resource that Fisarat Inram filed against Interior's decision to revoke his refugee status . Refugee status was revoked last December. Fisarat decided to appeal this decision to the Interior in the National Court and the Court has not yet ruled. If the High Court agrees to the revocation of the Ministry of Interior will be in irregular immigration status and could be deported. then could even be extradited to Pakistan.
The case is being studied but according to legal sources with this decision of the High Court Inram Fisarat is not going to be one of the cases affected by the changes that the PP has done in the Alien Registration Act to expel refugees internationally protected. still unclear anyway. The PP made two amendments to the Aliens Act during the pendency of the new law of the judiciary. According to the amendments Spain may return to their home country to a refugee status abroad as long as "is a danger to national security". The Refugee Aid Commission claims that these changes violate international conventions such as the Geneva Convention. Spain is one of the European countries that unless asylum permits granted.
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