The court of Nanterre has ruled a halal supermarket in the Colombes suburb of Paris to be closed down and its rental lease to be canceled after it failed to heed warnings that it must "sell pork and alcohol products."

The supermarket had come under fire last year in August by Nicole Goueta, the mayor of Colombes, and local authorities for "not catering to the general public."

The matter was taken to court after the owner of the market objected accusations that it was "discriminatory" and not following the conditions on its lease which stipulated that the market must act as a "general food store."

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