Nicolas Beau, a French journalist writer, launched a fierce attack on the French President’s adviser, Hakim al-Qarawi, describing him as opportunistic.
Beau wrote an article entitled “Hakim al-Qarawi the Messenger of Macron”. The article mentioned that al-Qarawi, under the rule of former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, was looking forward for the prestigious social status. Today he is doing the same under Emmanuel Macron.
Al-Qarawi has exploited Macron’s plan to reform the practice of Islam in France, to be one of the French president servants.
“In the latest edition of the French newspaper L’Occanar Enciné, on July 2, some of the despicable acts of Al-Qarawi were reported,” Beau said.
This man who calls for diversity and calls for reform practice of Islam in France in accordance with the principles of the French Republic seeks to put the training centers of the imams under the administrative control of the state.
Al-Qarawi, who is driven by his desire to climb, has forgotten an axiom principle which is the neutrality of the secular state in matters of religion.
Al-Qarawi was an adviser to former Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin. He and Rachida Dati founded the 21st-century club, which served as an incubator for the ambitious bourgeoisie, before dismissing his colleague with malicious maneuvers.
Since then, Nicolas Sarkozy’s former secretary has criticized the opportunism of her colleague and knows a lot about his ascendancy and opportunism.
L’Occanar Enciné ignores the appointment of Al-Qarawi as the head of the Institute of Islamic Cultures. He was appointed by the former mayor of Paris, Bertrand Delanoë, in the hope of raising the interest of the Bank of Rothschild, the former bank of Emmanuel Macron, who was wise to finance the institute.
Ben Ali’s servant:
L’Occanar Enciné reported the history of Al-Qarawi with Ben Ali. During the last days of Ben Ali in power, Hakim tried to save the Tunisian dictator by offering some advice to him.
Al-Hakim’s latest advice to Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is to divorce his wife and Carthage ruler Leila Trabelsi and go to the prayer in Kairouan Mosque, the first Islamic city in the Maghreb.
The dictator’s adviser was convinced that his advice will affect and allow his dictator to run for a ninth term. But Hakim was forced to retreat when a group of French-born Tunisians demonstrated in front of his home after an Israeli website published his work in Tunisia.
“I hope that Al-Qarawi will be filled with a grudge and get a seat from the current French Prime Minister, Edward Phillip,” Beau said, adding that he would be appointed as a minister or prime minister in the government of Tunisian President Ben Ali if he succeeded in rescuing him.