France expelled a Palestinian activist to Egypt on Friday after a prolonged courtroom battle over her presence, police stated.
Mariam Abu Daqqa, 72, is a number one member of the In style Entrance for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which is taken into account a “terrorist” group by the European Union.
Abu Daqqa was detained by police on Wednesday night after the Council of State, France’s highest administrative courtroom, overturned a decrease courtroom ruling that had suspended a deportation order issued by the Inside Ministry.
Abu Daqqa had a 50-day visa to go to France to take part in conferences on the Center East battle. The ministry stated its presence posed a threat after the lethal October 7 Hamas assaults on Israel.
She took half in two conferences that had been banned throughout her keep in France.
Reached by cellphone at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris as she waited for a flight to Cairo, Abu Daqqa referred to as her expulsion “an assault on Palestine’s proper to a state, an id and an existence.”
“The method I’ve undergone is just not worthy of a democratic authorities,” she stated.
Her attorneys, Elsa Marcel and Marie David, informed AFP they’d file additional appeals and even take the case to the European Courtroom of Human Rights.
France, which has a big Jewish and Muslim inhabitants, has seen a spike in tensions in the course of the struggle between Israel and Hamas within the Gaza Strip.