Apr 17 2012
MUSLIM hate preacher and welfare entitlement whore, Abu Qatada, has been arrested and advised that the Home Office fully intends to support his deportation to Jordan despite the court of Human Rights ruling in January that this would not happen due to possible information being gained under torture methods.
BBC Edward Fitzgerald QC, representing Abu Qatada, earlier told a Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) hearing the cleric would seek to revoke any deportation order and appeal if unsuccessful. A Downing Street spokeswoman said the prime minister was confident Abu Qatada would eventually be deported even if there were an appeal process taking “many months”.
The European Court of Human Rights blocked his deportation to Jordan in January, saying evidence obtained by torture might be used against him.