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Norway banishes 'hate preacher' to remote village
A court in Oslo on Monday authorised police to banish Iraqi Kurd "hate preacher" Mullah Krekar to a remote Norwegian village.
The mullah, 58, who has been living in Norway since 1991, founded the radical Islamist group Ansar al-Islam.
He was released from prison at the end of January after serving a two-year, 10-month sentence for making threats against Prime Minister Erna Solberg, before she came to office, and three Kurds.
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