Skip to comments.Another Three Terrorists to Dodge Deportation by Using Human Rights Act to Stay in Britain
Posted on 09/28/2011 7:59:08 PM PDT by Cindy
Another three terrorists to dodge deportation by using Human Rights Act to stay in Britain
Fanatics will claim they could face ill-treatment in their homelands
Trio are among dozens of dangerous fundamentalists due to be released
SNIPPET: Those likely to fight deportation on their release include internet expert Younes Tsouli, 28, who ran websites with instructions on how to make suicide vests.
The Al Qaeda supporter faces being sent back to Morocco but instability in the country means he could use the Human Rights Act to argue he would be in danger.
Not only is a convicted terrorist permitted to stay in Britain indefinitely, but before we have turned around he will be granted asylum
Wahbi Mohammed, 28, the brother of failed July 21 suicide bomber Ramzi Mohammed, could be released within months after winning an appeal to shorten his sentence.
He faces deportation to Somalia but could oppose the bid on the grounds that he could be ill-treated in the war-torn country.
Ismail Abdurahman, 28, was released from prison several weeks ago after just three years behind bars for helping the July 21 bombers in 2005.
He is now staying at a bail hostel after winning an appeal against a bid to send him to Somalia. The Government said it was extremely disappointed with the decision.
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28 September 2011 02:19 #1
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We must demand from the presidential candidates, what they will do, to stop the islamization of America.
after 9/11 (if not much earlier) it should have been apparent to all rational people that jihadists must be executed, or subject to life imprisonment, in ALL cases
yes, there has to be a new kind of statute akin to older statutes for treason, where a death penalty is the norm
these are people fanatically and suicidally devoted to slaughtering infidels wherever they may be found
there is no deterring such people, and no reliable way to hope to “reform” such people
just look at how many scumbags released from Guantanamo Bay have returned to terrorism (and who knows how many more that we may not yet know about)
If I posted my honest feelings about this in the words I would need to use, Admin Moderator would just have to pull the post and tell me off about my language again.
The Human Rights Act was a pretty idea, a bit like spreading democracy. Pity it is often used for just this purpose.
“Now it’s 11 foreign terrorists we can’t throw out of the country, confirms Home Office”
By JAMES SLACK and CHRIS GREENWOOD
Last updated at 12:34 PM on 29th September 2011
SNIPPET: “Up to 11 convicted terrorists who should be deported are walking our streets, it emerged last night.
The Home Office confirmed that in at least seven of the cases the extremists are using human rights laws to thwart their removal.
They include fanatics linked to the failed July 21 bomb attack, Al Qaeda fundraisers and terrorist plotters.”