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A Moroccan suspected of being a Jihadist deported from Italy

A Moroccan suspected of being a Jihadist deported from Italy./Ph. DR
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A Moroccan national who had been living in Italy since 2001 was deported from the European country on Friday because he represented a potential threat to society. He already has a crime record such as «resistance to public agent, threats, theft and concealment of stolen goods», writes the Italian news site Il Giornale.

The Moroccan was placed under temporary release, he was identified as a user of Facebook publishing jihadist content. The Italian Interior Ministry declared that the alleged extremist wrote on his account following the death of the third assailant of London's attack that he «strongly wants to do justice to the death of his brother, writing that he is ready to do jihad».

On the 8th of June, the Italian police refused to renew his resident permit. He was sent a notified of his deportation for security reasons. The former Italian resident was deported to Morocco via a direct flight to Casablanca on Friday.

On 8 June, the Moroccan national was found by the Italian police following the rejection of his application for renewal of residence permit. He was notified of his deportation for security reasons. The former Italian resident was repatriated to Morocco via a direct flight to Casablanca on Friday.

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