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Wednesday, April 16, 2008 

Britain allows terror activists to stay

As if in answer to my earlier question, Britain's questionable courts, and government, are still allowing Libyan al Qaeda terrorists who could be dangerous to their country's security - to remain there. The Independent (via Michelle Malkin) reports:
A terror suspect who was once found with a map marked with the flightpath to Birmingham International Airport has defeated the UK Government's bid to deport him to Libya.

The man, who can only be identified by the initials DD, has been described by a court as "real and direct threat to the national security of the UK".

A second Libyan, known only as AS and described as a "committed Islamist extremist" also won his appeal against deportation.

AS was also ruled to be a "clear danger to national security". A Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac) document said: "He is an Islamic extremist who has engaged actively and as a senior member with a terrorist group clearly engaged in support work for jihadist activities."

AS was involved with a "serious terrorist group" based in Milan which was monitored by the Italian authorities.

The terror cell was probably about to go into the operational stage of a terror attack, most likely inside Europe, it said.

[...]

The Siac document said AS paid £2,000 to be smuggled from Malta to Britain in February 2002. He claimed asylum in April of that year.

[...]

DD and AS have been on bail since, and are now believed to have been put under a control order. They are likely to face a curfew and other restrictions on their activities.
Oh yeah, that'll do a lot of good, won't it. And don't expect Amnesty International to be much help either. It makes no sense that someone who would do serious harm to innocent civilians would gain sympathy and allowed to remain in Britain for fear of being tortured to death by Kaddafi's gang.

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