General kicked out of army after taking part in ‘banned’ anti-Islam rally

A DECORATED French Foreign Legion commander has been removed from the army’s retirement payroll after being accused of helping organise – and taking part in – a banned anti-Islam protest in the port town of Calais last February.

Gen Christian Piquemal, 75, who commanded the elite Foreign Legion for five years and has been retired for 16, was arrested after taking part in a Europe-wide demonstration against the so-called ‘Islamisation of the continent,’ before being released on grounds of poor health.

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