Controversial 'Jewish imam': Islamic Brotherhood rise in Egypt endangers state of Israel
French Muslim leader Hassen Chalghoumi attending Democracy and Religion forum in Tel Aviv to share his thoughts on the Holocaust, women's rights and 'wretched Arab nationalism.'
He is a Muslim leader, yet he supports the French law that bans women from wrapping themselves in burqas. He denounces hatred of Jews, and he also recoils from the mingling of religion and politics, as well as from "wretched Arab nationalism." He supports revolution in his home country, Tunisia, though right now he says that mosques there have "turned into hostages held by extremists."