Hodjanernes Blog

29 september 2011

Jo værre forbrydelser terrorister begår – jo sværere at udvise dem pga deres ‘menneskerettigheder’

A fanatical terrorist has escaped being thrown out of the UK because it would breach his human rights.

Hate-filled Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali, graded the highest possible risk to the public, was released after serving just half of his nine-year sentence for helping the July 21 bombers.

He now mingles freely among the Londoners his co-plotters tried to kill six years ago.

Government officials are desperate to deport the Islamic fundamentalist back to his native Eritrea but have been told they cannot because he could face ‘inhumane treatment or punishment’.

Ali was convicted of helping a gang of five Al Qaeda suicide bombers in their bid to repeat the carnage of the attacks of July 7, 2005, two weeks later.


Such is the perversity of human rights law that the worse the crime, the easier it is for the culprit to dodge deportation.

This is particularly true when countries with a history of ill-treatment and torture, such as Eritrea and Somalia, are involved.


The British courts normally agree not to deport them – creating the bizarre situation where a terrorist or a killer has more chance of being allowed to stay in the UK than a foreign shoplifter or a simple failed asylum seeker.

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