Asma Assad of Syria: right of entry in to the UK?

Mr_Fingerz

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Short answer: No She's a UK citizen with right of abode (subject to below).

Longer Answer: If we take the forgoing as given, it may be complicated if she has taken dual nationality and/or abrogated her rights upon beoming the spouse of a Head of State of a Third Country.

Even Longer Answer still: Why are you still haunting these pages? You bring nothing, you add nothing and you take a virtual kicking at every turn.

Do us all a favour. Die.
 
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If Assad falls, Abdullah of Jordan will be next. I would not be surprised if his father King Hussein arranged for his Sandhurst-trained son to get a UK passport in the 60s by dint of his British wife, thereby granting Abdullah right of entry in to the UK, even though not born in the UK nor a UK citizen, should he have to flee, which is a certainty!

 
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Mr_Fingerz

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Book Reviewer
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Could any (I mean ANY) of the Mods please take the OP outside and give him a kicking? He continually takes up bandwidth in fora where we cannot let go our full breadth of bile at the inanity of his posts.
 
#9
sure, let her bring the hubby as well, they are filthy filthy rich and wont be any burden on the state at all and will spend lavishly helping the economy.

they allready have a lot of family and personal friends here anyway........

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If Assad falls, Abdullah of Jordan will be next. I would not be surprised if his father King Hussein arranged for his Sandhurst-trained son to get a UK passport in the 60s by dint of his British wife, thereby granting Abdullah right of entry in to the UK, even though not born in the UK nor a UK citizen, should he have to flee, which is a certainty!

I wouldn't be so sure, though there may well be an attempt. There are many differences between Syria and the Hashemite Kingdom, not the least of which is that the Jordanian
Army is actually worth a damn.....and the Jordanian leadership doesn't and hasn't adhered to the quaint policy so beloved of Assad et al of killing vast numbers of their own citizens.

Has anyone else noticed that dodgy Middle East leaders whom Blair has had the invariable photo-op and face time with have recently had the tendency to be deposed, arrested, lynched or find themselves fighting their own populace? It's becoming positively unhealthy to be associated with that man.
 
#12
this pic is dying for a caption contest.

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#13
Asma Assad was born in the UK.

If she wanted to flee to the UK, is there any legal way she could be debarred entry in to the land of her birth, under UK law?

Syrian tyrant’s Brit-born wife Asma al-Assad ‘flees to Russia’ | The Sun |News



If somebody has a UK birth certificate but not a valid UK passport, or even no UK passport at all, can they denied entry in to the UK on any ground at all?
As she is a traitor, then she should be denied entry into the UK. Also, just because she was born in the UK, it doesn't make her British. If she had Nigerian parents, that would make her Nigerian.
 
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As she is a traitor, then she should be denied entry into the UK. Also, just because she was born in the UK, it doesn't make her British. If she had Nigerian parents, that would make her Nigerian.
You seem to have overlooked one important fact, she has a snatch!

She could move in to my attic flat and nudge my carpets with her forhead as often as she likes..............
 
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As she is a traitor, then she should be denied entry into the UK. Also, just because she was born in the UK, it doesn't make her British. If she had Nigerian parents, that would make her Nigerian.
What has she done to make her a traitor?

Being born in Britain before 1983 does, of course, make her British wherever her parents are from.

If she needs anywhere to claim asylum I'm happy to stick the wife in the shed for a few days while I examine her credentials.
 
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Could any (I mean ANY) of the Mods please take the OP outside and give him a kicking? He continually takes up bandwidth in fora where we cannot let go our full breadth of bile at the inanity of his posts.
Dear Mr Fingerz:

You might note that Astatine does not sport an avatar next to his posts. This is usually a fairly reliable indicator that the individual has been ROP'd for some infraction. I feel that is likely that the gentleman (or lady) in question has had a word whispered in his shell like ear.

I remain sir, yours very respectfully etc

DavidBOC
 
#18
Dr S your first picture of the unwholesome foursome is interesting. WMF's admiring look at Assad almost speaks volumes. Aslo worthy of a caption contest.

As for the honourable cernunnos most generous offer to the lady in distress, step aside I have a sound proofed cellar!
 
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What has she done to make her a traitor?

Being born in Britain before 1983 does, of course, make her British wherever her parents are from.

If she needs anywhere to claim asylum I'm happy to stick the wife in the shed for a few days while I examine her credentials.
You do take things to seriously. I was jesting that she was traitorous as she had buggered off to Syria to marry a dictator.

How does being born in the UK prior to 83 make her British? Was there a law saying as such or something? No wah, I don't know.

Why would you stick the wife in the shed to examine her credentials? Surely you know of your wife's credentials by now.
 
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You do take things to seriously. I was jesting that she was traitorous as she had buggered off to Syria to marry a dictator.
Fair enough :) Although I believe she met him in London

How does being born in the UK prior to 83 make her British? Was there a law saying as such or something? No wah, I don't know.
The British Citizenship Act came into force in 1983. Children born in the UK before 1983 were automatically British unless their parents were diplomats (her father was a doctor I think) or enemy aliens (which neither of them were, so far as I know). Since 1983 at least one of your parents has to be a British citizen or settled in the UK for you to be British.
 

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