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Naval evacuation of British passport holders in Lebanon

#1
My memory escapes me but isn't a certain Finsbury Park Mosque 'Cleric' on the lam in Lebanon, will he be using his British Passort to escape the Tribe of David who will definately have him on a 'to do' list.
 
#7
[url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4690224.stm]BBC News 7 Feb 2006[/url] said:
Abu Hamza al-Masri has been jailed for seven years after being found guilty of inciting murder and race hate ...

</p> ...Abu Hamza will remain at Belmarsh high security prison, where he has been held since his arrest.
</p> see also this article

</p> ...can't find more recent gen on Al Masri - Google results do bring up that Mahmoud Majzoub, also known as Abu Hamza, was seriously wounded in a car bombing (in Sidon, Lebanon) and later died on Friday 26 May 2006 - report is here

</p>
Hope this helps ...
 
#8
A_J, I think the guy you mean is Omar Bakri the former leader of Al-Muhajiroun. He bugged out to Lebanon about a year ago but left his family over here. Bellmarsh might not seem so bad right now :twisted:
 
#11
Strait_Jacket said:
A_J, I think the guy you mean is Omar Bakri the former leader of Al-Muhajiroun. He bugged out to Lebanon about a year ago but left his family over here. Bellmarsh might not seem so bad right now :twisted:
The cheeky bastard is now asking the RN to evacuate him!! That's one collateral target the IDF are welcome to, seems he was on someones 'to do' list. Chuffed :D
 
#12
Strait_Jacket said:
Strait_Jacket said:
A_J, I think the guy you mean is Omar Bakri the former leader of Al-Muhajiroun. He bugged out to Lebanon about a year ago but left his family over here. Bellmarsh might not seem so bad right now :twisted:
The cheeky fatherless is now asking the RN to evacuate him!! That's one collateral target the IDF are welcome to, seems he was on someones 'to do' list. Chuffed :D
Oh to be on the gangway with a clipboard when he rocks up asking for Port Outbound and Starboard Home!

But...

Either he is chronically pathologically shameless and stupid in equal measure to think that we might give him a ride.

OR he knows something. Is there legislation that obliges us to pick him up if he can claim that he's in for a kicking?

Tricky one for HMG, given as it is to taking in as many poisonous waifs and strays as it can (terrorists, hijackers, etc) to fill up Londonistan.
 
#13
crabtastic said:
I have a mate from uni on Illustrious. I'll ask her to "keep an eye out" for him ;)
Crabby, Who's this? Oh and the other Andrew uni mate is back in Blighty!

Bakri has asked to be evacuated and was refused! There is a God!!
 
#14
Bakri, 46, left his family in Edmonton, North London, last August and went to Lebanon.

Charles Clarke, then Home Secretary, banned him from returning here.

The mad mullah, who hailed terrorists as “magnificent” martyrs, bought a £150,000 bolthole in the exclusive Doha district of Beirut.

In March he boasted: “When I left England I bought a one-way ticket out. I never want to see the place again.”

But cowardly Bakri changed his tune as soon as bombs started dropping.

He contacted the British embassy asking to be allowed back to see the six children he deserted. Bakri said last night: “What concerns me is my safety. I’d be happy with a month’s visa but this morning they told me I couldn’t because I’m not a British citizen any more.”

Over 20 years in the UK, Bakri sponged £300,000 in benefits. He preached violence and praised the 9/11 al-Qaeda terrorists as the Magnificent 19.

Bakri, dubbed the Tottenham Ayatollah, was a member of al-Muhajiroun, which he left to form al-Ghuraba.

Both have since been outlawed.
Wide-mouth frog to the rescue maybe?
 
#16


I would like to confirm that although the BBC claims that this is of the sailor helping the young child to complete his colouring book, it is in fact the child that is helping the sailor with his task book.
 

Bouillabaisse

LE
Book Reviewer
#17
PompeySailor said:


I would like to confirm that although the BBC claims that this is of the sailor helping the young child to complete his colouring book, it is in fact the child that is helping the sailor with his task book.

:lol: :clap:
 
#18
Radio4 had an interview with him this am surprisingingly it was a polite version of "you told us to f cuked and now you want to come back"
"yeah but"
"fcuk off choggi" I was shocked :D only reason he didnt get on the boat no passport that was a big mistake .
 

Bouillabaisse

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
On one hand leave him for the Izzies to deal with, on the other, the opportunity to float test him in the middle of the Med? Personally, I think the RN have missed an opportunity to see if its possible to survive a keel hauling on a carrier
 

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