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Bakris followers deported to Britain

#1
Yet again we have to take back scum like these... :roll:


FOUR key lieutenants of Omar Bakri Mohammad, the banned Islamic cleric, have been expelled from Lebanon and deported back to Britain.

Their expulsion comes as the British authorities attempt to deport to Beirut a number of Lebanese radicals who have been identified as a terrorism risk. Bakri fled to Beirut, fearing that he would be arrested in Britain as part of the Government’s promised crackdown on so-called preachers of hate.

Bakri claimed that he had flown to Lebanon on holiday in August but Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, banned the cleric from returning to his London home. The four men rounded up in Beirut were there helping Bakri to set up a religious school and are allegedly members of his banned al-Ghuraba group. Anjem Choudray, the cleric’s deputy, blamed the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for orchestrating their deportations. Whitehall would not comment on the case.
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#5
In a perfect world, they'd mistakenly board one of the US's 'less scheduled' flights at CDG, and end up somwhere in chilly eastern europe with a sanbag over the schwad.

Why do I get the feeling they'll be brought here, sustained and entertained by our money, and be treated far better than some of the heroes who fought for the freedom we're now losing?

All Hail Dear Leader!
 
#6
Agent_Smith said:
Yet again we have to take back scum like these... :roll:


FOUR key lieutenants of Omar Bakri Mohammad, the banned Islamic cleric, have been expelled from Lebanon and deported back to Britain.

Their expulsion comes as the British authorities attempt to deport to Beirut a number of Lebanese radicals who have been identified as a terrorism risk. Bakri fled to Beirut, fearing that he would be arrested in Britain as part of the Government’s promised crackdown on so-called preachers of hate.

Bakri claimed that he had flown to Lebanon on holiday in August but Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, banned the cleric from returning to his London home. The four men rounded up in Beirut were there helping Bakri to set up a religious school and are allegedly members of his banned al-Ghuraba group. Anjem Choudray, the cleric’s deputy, blamed the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for orchestrating their deportations. Whitehall would not comment on the case.
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Since Choudray and these 3 in particular are British born and do have British citizenship - deportation orders do usually mean you go back to your country of origin. It would have been better if they had stayed in Lebanon!
 
#7
castlereagh said:
Agent_Smith said:
Yet again we have to take back scum like these... :roll:


FOUR key lieutenants of Omar Bakri Mohammad, the banned Islamic cleric, have been expelled from Lebanon and deported back to Britain.

Their expulsion comes as the British authorities attempt to deport to Beirut a number of Lebanese radicals who have been identified as a terrorism risk. Bakri fled to Beirut, fearing that he would be arrested in Britain as part of the Government’s promised crackdown on so-called preachers of hate.

Bakri claimed that he had flown to Lebanon on holiday in August but Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, banned the cleric from returning to his London home. The four men rounded up in Beirut were there helping Bakri to set up a religious school and are allegedly members of his banned al-Ghuraba group. Anjem Choudray, the cleric’s deputy, blamed the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for orchestrating their deportations. Whitehall would not comment on the case.
times

Since Choudray and these 3 in particular are British born and do have British citizenship - deportation orders do usually mean you go back to your country of origin. It would have been better if they had stayed in Lebanon!
Thats not the point mate. The point is that this government (in the form of the home office) dont have the balls to throw ******* like this out when they spout their radical islam sh1t! If they hate our way of life so much then do one and find somewhere more to your liking, iraq perhaps?
 
#8
Agent_Smith said:
Thats not the point mate. The point is that this government (in the form of the home office) dont have the balls to throw ******* like this out when they spout their radical islam sh1t! If they hate our way of life so much then do one and find somewhere more to your liking, iraq perhaps?
Well since you ask - I would suggest Kuwait.
A bit unnecessarily freudian there for my liking AS :x .
 
#9
castlereagh said:
Agent_Smith said:
Thats not the point mate. The point is that this government (in the form of the home office) dont have the balls to throw ******* like this out when they spout their radical islam sh1t! If they hate our way of life so much then do one and find somewhere more to your liking, iraq perhaps?
Well since you ask - I would suggest Kuwait.
A bit unnecessarily freudian there for my liking AS :x .
Not YOUR liking, their liking :oops:
 

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