Judges & human rights lawyers ENDANGER Europe’s Security
Posted by antikafirphobia on April 10, 2008
17 April 2008 : After months of quiet diplomacy, the Norwegian government has given up on efforts to send former terrorist-group leader Mullah Krekar back to his homeland.
Krekar, who has been under an expulsion order after being determined a threat to Norway’s national security, initially came to Norway as a refugee from Iraq in the early 1990s. It later emerged that he was the head of guerrilla group Ansar al-Islam and he repeatedly violated the terms of his asylum by travelling back to northern Iraq to lead guerrilla activities. Krekar is the only person in Norway ever to have been sentenced to deportation because he is a danger to the country’s security. However, Norway has not been able to deport Krekar because he faces the death penalty in his homeland. Norway will not extradite anyone if they are under threat of execution when they are returned to their country of origin.
UK, April 10, 2008 : Osama bin laden’s ‘right hand’ man ABU QATADA wins deportation fight yesterday as the Court of Appeal delivered two blows to attempts to remove suspected terrorists from the country. Abu Qatada, Radical Islamist preacher who was described by a Spanish judge as “Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe” and by a British judge as a “truly dangerous individual”. The father of five arrived in Britain in 1993 on a forged United Arab Emirates passport and in June 1994 was allowed to stay after claiming asylum for himself and his family.
Three judges, headed by Sir Anthony Clarke (see photo of the idiot in his wig) blocked the deportation of Abu Qatada despite a “no torture” guarantee given to the British Government by Jordan.
Judges also barred the return of two Libyan terrorist suspects because they would be at risk of torture and a “complete” denial of a fair trial if they were sent there from Britain. The ruling in the Libyan case forced the Home Office to abandon deportation cases against another ten Libyan suspects after officials received legal advice that they would lose the cases.
(TERORRIST BACKER) Julia Hall, of Human Rights Watch, said: “These cases show that the British Government should stop trying to deport people to countries whose justice systems are deeply tainted by torture and other abuses.”
Tony McNulty, the Police Minister, said the Home Office would appeal to the House of Lords over the Abu Qatada judgment. He will remain at Long Lartin top-security prison in Worcestershire. If the Government loses the appeal it faces the prospect of having to release him from jail, where he is being held under immigration powers awaiting deportation.
SOMALIAN PIRATES CAN CLAIM UK ASYLYM :
THE Royal Navy, once the scourge of brigands on the high seas, has been told by the Foreign Office not to detain pirates because doing so may breach their human rights. Warships patrolling pirate-infested waters, such as those off Somalia, have been warned that there is also a risk that captured pirates could claim asylum in Britain. The Foreign Office has advised that pirates sent back to Somalia could have their human rights breached because, under Islamic law, they face beheading for murder or having a hand chopped off for theft.