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https://plus.google.com/112293760445089285143 Fred Alan Medforth : UK: Abu Qatada proves our human rights laws are nonsense There is a legal maxim which in the wake of...
UK: Abu Qatada proves our human rights laws are nonsense
There is a legal maxim which in the wake of Abu Qatada’s not guilty verdict in Jordan this week I thought I should share with you: “He speaketh utter nonsense but we let him nonethelesseth run rings roundeth us because we are our own worsteth enemy.” For ov...
UK: Abu Qatada proves our human rights laws are nonsense
There is a legal maxim which in the wake of Abu Qatada’s not guilty verdict in Jordan this week I thought I should share with you: “He speaketh utter nonsense but we let him nonethelesseth run rings roundeth us because we are...
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https://plus.google.com/111451344907572996706 Florida News : Jordan acquits preacher of 1 set of terror charges (AP) A Jordanian military court on Thursday acquitted...
Jordan acquits preacher of 1 set of terror charges

(AP) A Jordanian military court on Thursday acquitted al-Qaida-linked preacher Abu Qatada of terrorism charges over a foiled 1999 plot to attack an American school in the Jordanian capital, Amman. The military’s State Security Court in Amman announced it found 53-year-old Abu Qatada innocent for lack of evidence against him. The Muslim preacher, who was deported from Britain last year to face a re-trial in his native Jordan, had pleaded not guilty to all charges against him. Separately, the military court postponed its ruling on a second set of terrorism charges against the cleric, involving plots in 2000 to attack Israelis, Americans and other Westerners in Jordan, and said it would deliver its verdict in that case on Sept. 7. In both cases, Abu Qatada was convicted in absentia years ago and sentenced to life in prison. But on his extradition to Jordan last July, those sentences were suspended under Jordanian law and he was ordered to stand a new trial. Abu Qatada’s lawyer, Ghazi Thneibat, told reporters after the ruling that “justice has been served.” He declined to comment on the postponement of the verdict in the second case against his client. “We are happy,” said Um Ahmed, Abu [...]
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https://plus.google.com/108740283150373817062 Treilo World News : Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK - BBC News Home Abu Qatada was flown to Jordan last month The family...
Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK - BBC News Home Abu Qatada was flown to Jordan last month The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK, the Home Office has said. It said his wife and five children had dropped an application for leave to remain [] http://ow.ly/2z7Y2s
Cleric Abu Qatada’s family leave UK | Treilo News
BBC News - Home Abu Qatada was flown to
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https://plus.google.com/118364858478846728459 Paul Johnson : Does it look like the sick and evil people in the world are all congregating in Arab countries? What's...
Does it look like the sick and evil people in the world are all congregating in Arab countries?

What's the common denominator here? What is creating these monsters? And is there any cure?

Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23720603
Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK

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https://plus.google.com/116051518550694422327 Linkaloo UK : http://uk.beduac.de Abu Qatada's family follow him out of Britain - Telegraph.co.uk http://ow.ly/2z7Juj...
http://uk.beduac.de Abu Qatada's family follow him out of Britain - Telegraph.co.uk http://ow.ly/2z7Juj
Abu Qatada's family follow him out of Britain - Telegraph
The family of radical preacher Abu Qatada have left Britain for good after finally dropping their marathon battle to stay in the country.
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https://plus.google.com/100219127439116302959 Allin1SocialDev : The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK and are expected to join him in Jordan...
The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK and are expected to join him in Jordan.
Abu Qatada's family leave UK

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https://plus.google.com/113152986924377422879 Gherson Immigration Lawyers : "Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation http...
"Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation http://bit.ly/18aK1Gj
"Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation - Gherson
Home Secretary Theresa May has expressed her view that the Human Rights act must be scrapped following the lengthly process of deportation for Abu Qatada
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https://plus.google.com/107897507532977192649 NOW English :

Jordan court postpones decision on Abu Qatada's bail
A military court on Wednesday postponed until next week a bail application by Islamist cleric Abu Qatada, who faces terror charges in Jordan following his deportation from Britain, his lawyer said.
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https://plus.google.com/112299042312916172187 Ijibayiwa Seyi : Radical cleric Abu Qatada deported from UK to Jordan Radical cleric Abu Qatada has appeared in court...
Radical cleric Abu Qatada deported from UK to Jordan

Radical cleric Abu Qatada has appeared in court in Jordan after being deported from the UK.
His plane left RAF Northolt at 02:46 BST for his home country, where he was formally charged with terror offences, which he denies.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "delighted" at his removal.
Abu Qatada was first arrested in the UK over alleged terror connections in 2001. He was rearrested in 2005, when attempts to deport him began.
The Palestinian-Jordanian cleric's deportation was finally able to proceed after the UK and Jordan signed a treaty agreeing that evidence obtained through torture would not be used against him.
"This dangerous man has now been removed from our shores to face the courts in his own country," she said.
She added that she wanted to streamline such deportation processes in future.
 
Changes to the bill would affect cases like Abu Qatada's, she said, and also cases in which people facing deportation claim they have a right to respect for their private and family life in the UK, as set out in article eight of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Mrs May said she hoped to reform the convention, and would not rule out the possibility of the UK withdrawing from it altogether.
"Nothing is off the table," she said.
"We're working on that at the moment," the home secretary told the BBC, adding that the Conservative manifesto for the 2015 general election would "set out clearly what we would do in relation to these issues".
Abu Qatada was accompanied on the flight of around five hours by six people from Jordan, comprising three security officials, a psychologist, a medical examiner and his Jordanian lawyer, the BBC understands.
There was tight security as Abu Qatada arrived back in Jordan - where he grew up - for the first time in more than 20 years. He was immediately driven from Marka airbase to the state security court - a journey that would have taken just a few minutes.
While the cleric has become a household name in the UK, when I did an informal survey in Amman remarkably few people had heard of him. Some people who had thought he should not have been sent back here.
One woman believed Abu Qatada was misunderstood. She told me the preacher was "very good for Islam" and that "his followers will be very glad for him to be back."
The 53-year-old had been held at Belmarsh prison in south-east London, from where a convoy of three police vehicles left at midnight.
After arriving at Jordan's Marka military airport he was driven in a green SUV, escorted by a 12-car convoy, to the sealed off state security court in Amman.
Military prosecutors charged him with conspiracy to carry out terrorist acts - relating to a plot to bomb American and Israeli tourists during Jordan's millennium celebrations.
The cleric was remanded in custody for 15 days and taken to eastern Jordan's Muwaqqar prison, a judicial official said.
After the hearing his lawyer Tayseer Diab said: "The attorney general interrogated him today, and he directed a series of accusations towards him - he accused him of conspiracy to take part in terrorist acts.
She said: "The treaty we've signed ensures that there are proper processes of exchange of evidence and will insure the treatment of Abu Qatada and others deported to Jordan."
Asked on Sky News whether Abu Qatada's wife and children would have the right to stay in the UK, Mrs May said they would have to decide what they want their future to be before the government gets involved.
Abu Qatada, whose real name is Omar Othman, was granted asylum in the UK in 1994 but the Security Service came to view him as a threat as his views hardened.
In deporting Abu Qatada, Theresa May has succeeded where many other home secretaries failed - and she is trying to press home the advantage.
Richard Reid, the would-be mid-Atlantic shoe bomber, and Zacarias Moussaoui, both jailed for involvement in terrorism, are said to have sought religious advice from him.
The cleric's sermons were also found in a flat in the German city of Hamburg used by some of those involved in 9/11.
He vowed to fight the UK's 2005 decision to deport him to Jordan to face retrial over bomb plot allegations - setting in motion an eight-year legal battle.
The dispute continued until May this year, when the cleric accepted that his right to a fair trial there was protected by the new treaty between Jordan and the UK.
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https://plus.google.com/115122791478908310160 Time For Truth : Abu Qatada’s jet cost UK taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry http://ow.ly/mMeeY
Abu Qatada’s jet cost UK taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry http://ow.ly/mMeeY
Time For Truth | Abu Qatada’s jet cost taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry
Cost of chartered jet that took radical cleric to Jordan adds to estimated £1.7m spent to have him removed from UK. The private jet flight taken by Abu Qatada to Jordan at the weekend cost the British taxpayer around £50000, according to aviation industry estimates.
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https://plus.google.com/118105602422370060434 Press Association : Abu Qatada to launch Jordan freedom bid Abu Qatada's lawyer told reporters the terror suspect will ...
Abu Qatada to launch Jordan freedom bid

Abu Qatada's lawyer told reporters the terror suspect will apply for bail after he was charged with plotting al-Qaida inspired terror attacks and detained in a prison in Jordan's capital Amman.

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Abu Qatada to launch Jordan freedom bid Abu Qatada's lawyer told reporters the terror suspect will apply for bail after he was charged with plotting al-Qaida...
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https://plus.google.com/106601317277943112864 Mark Espinola :

After nearly a decade of legal battles, Abu Qatada is finally shown the deportation door
Abu Qatada's 20-year stay in the UK finally came to an end today, as prosecutors confirmed his arrival in Jordan to stand trial on terrorism charges.
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https://plus.google.com/107974013994937095998 A. K. Narendranath :

Abu Qatada's deportation is 'excellent news', says David Cameron - Telegraph
David Cameron said he was “absolutely delighted” that Abu Qatada has been deported after an eight-year fight to throw him out of Britain.
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https://plus.google.com/106462674810158681417 Kath lissenden : Having just watched Theresa May On BBC Breakfast, being interviewed over the deportation of Abu Qatada...
Having just watched Theresa May On BBC Breakfast, being interviewed over the deportation of Abu Qatada, several things struck me!
1. why is Mrs May making out that this is a VICTORY! Surly anyone with a modecum of intelegence can see that Qatada eventually left on HIS TERMS, NOT because we wanted him out or because he is a vile little man who scammed this country , entered on a fake passport, claimed benefits and preached race hate.
2. This nonsense has cost US the UK  taxpayers millions of pounds! Not to mention the benefits Qatada and his clan of islamic extremist family have been cheating our system out of! At a time when ATOS is taking genuinely severely disabled  people of Disability living allowance etc. PLUS THE HOUSE ARREST PROTECTION COSTS!
3. Why is Mrs May NOT telling us what will now happen to Qatada's family? Will they be staying, again at OUR expense still claiming benefits!
4. Will (should Qatada be found innocent! Which let's face it given his ability to dig in and make mischief could happen!) he be allowed back into the UK as an (and I nearly choke on my words here) "Innocent man!"  especially if his family has NOT also been deported! 
These are the questions Mrs May seems reluctant to answer, I wonder why that maybe! 
And I have just discovered the answer to my question about his family!!! 
"Abu Qatada's wife and five children are expected to remain in Britain, where he first sought asylum in 1993."
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/deported-cleric-abu-qatada-lands-jordan-uk-064925453.html#VydiQVI
Why Oh why are we allowing them to stay!
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https://plus.google.com/117697717096981418969 Dave Vowles : Maybe not paying council tax could be a good idea to protest against the way things are done or people...
Maybe not paying council tax could be a good idea to protest against the way things are done or people are paid or even to bend the arm of government when they go against public majority.
They couldn't take us all to court.
It would have to be planned well to get thousands on board to work like the time of the poll tax.
Public rule for better or for worse, not Cameron and his crew!

http://dailym.ai/18DUHfG Move Abu Qatada's family or we'll stop paying council tax, say neighbours of hate preacher ... #MailOnline
Move Abu Qatada's family or we'll stop paying council tax, say neighbours of hate preacher
Hate cleric Abu Qatada is due to be flown to Jordan on Sunday morning after being evicted from his house in Stanmore, North-West London.
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https://plus.google.com/100679371127397318433 Philip Middleton : Abu Qatada extradition treaty finalised by British Parliament. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews...
Abu Qatada extradition treaty finalised by British Parliament. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terrorism-in-the-uk/10134402/Abu-Qatada-extradition-treaty-finalised-by-British-Parliament.html
Abu Qatada extradition treaty finalised by British Parliament - Telegraph
An extradition treaty to pave the way for Abu Qatada's removal from Britain after a near decade-long saga has been approved by Parliament.
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https://plus.google.com/116051518550694422327 Linkaloo UK : http://uk.beduac.de Abu Qatada's deportation battle costs the UK taxpayer £1.7m - The Independent http...
http://uk.beduac.de Abu Qatada's deportation battle costs the UK taxpayer £1.7m - The Independent http://ow.ly/2xB66s
Abu Qatada's deportation battle costs the UK taxpayer £1.7m
The ongoing fight to deport the radical cleric Abu Qatada has cost more than £1.7m since 2005, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, has admitted.
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