It seems it is Imran Firasat's sin that he is not a deadly Jihad terrorist like Mullah Krekar seeking to destroy the West. Had he been one, he would have found refuge and protection in Norway or any other Western country. Instead, he chose to abandone Islam because of its violent nature and become a passionate critic of the terrorists like Mullah Krekar and their deadly ideology. As a result, there is no place for Imran Firasat in Spain or Norway, and probably nowhere in Europe.
We reported recently that Imran Firasat—having lost his final appeal at the Spanish Supreme Court for the reinstatement of his refugee status, which the Spanish government had revoked two years ago for making the film the Innocent Prophet—recently moved to Norway and sought asylum there, as the Spanish police was looking for him to process his deportation to Pakistan or Indonesia, where he faces execution for apostasy and criticism of Islam.
We also informed that the Norwegian authorities, ignoring his asylum request, detained him and was trying to deport him in a hurried manner.
And indeed he was deported on Monday afternoon to Spain without giving his lawyer sufficient time to contest his deportation in court.
“This seems cynical and as if there is no interest to take into account the fact that this is a unique situation,” said attorney Heidi Bache-Wiig.