UK News: Exiled cleric in rescue plea 22 replies

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AzH

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#1 12 years ago

Plea all you want. I hope the Israeli's do us all a favour and smear you across the desert like the human fuckstain you are. This is the guy who was banned from entering the UK due to treasonous acts. He's the kind of prick who considers us in league with the Great Satan whilst getting fat off welfare handouts. I'm glad they gave him the boot. I'm pleased our Government had the balls to do something about these radical clerics who are poisoning our nation. I only hope they have the courage to persist in their refusal to allow this bastard back in to the UK; or to offer safe passage out of Lebanon. He made his bed; this is where he gets to lie in it. I hope it acts as a lesson to other Muslims who reside here who see fit to abuse our way of life or our laws or our rules.

Exiled radical preacher Omar Bakri has appealed to the British authorities to rescue him from war-torn Lebanon.

The controversial Muslim cleric, who left Britain last August, said he was turned away from a Royal Navy ship as he tried to board. A letter he wrote to the British Embassy in Beirut last week has also gone unanswered.

Mr Bakri said he wants to be allowed to either return to the UK on a one-month visa, or to be helped to travel to Cyprus where he can meet his family.

But he told Sky News that he was turned away from a Royal Navy ship after being told only British passport holders could get on board.

He said: "I know controversy surrounds all the news about me, I am myself accepting my destiny. But I have the right like anybody else to look for safety."

His friend and former student Anjem Choudary said there was "no reason" that the authorities should not intervene.

Mr Choudary, 39, the former UK head of radical Islamic group al-Muhajiroun, said Mr Bakri has a wife and six children in Britain who are "very concerned".

After Mr Bakri's sudden departure last August, the then Home Secretary Charles Clarke revoked his indefinite leave to remain. He said the presence of Mr Bakri, who made an inflammatory statement about the September 11 terrorist attacks, was "not conducive to the public good".

Mr Bakri is believed to hold dual Syrian and Lebanese nationality. He was given political asylum to remain in the UK in the 1980s. Mr Bakri founded the now-disbanded al-Muhajiroun, which was based in Tottenham, north London.

A spokesman for the Foreign Office said he was not aware of any contact between Mr Bakri and British officials.

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evildude

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#2 12 years ago

I think your right :gpost:




[Judge]Arch_Angel

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#3 12 years ago

Deseves nothing, i'm glad he got refused, screw with the uk and you screw yourself.




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#4 12 years ago

Sucks to be him... which is fine by me.




GOD111

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#5 12 years ago
AzHPlea all you want. I hope the Israeli's do us all a favour and smear you across the desert like the human fuckstain you are. This is the guy who was banned from entering the UK due to treasonous acts. He's the kind of prick who considers us in league with the Great Satan whilst getting fat off welfare handouts. I'm glad they gave him the boot. I'm pleased our Government had the balls to do something about these radical clerics who are poisoning our nation. I only hope they have the courage to persist in their refusal to allow this bastard back in to the UK; or to offer safe passage out of Lebanon. He made his bed; this is where he gets to lie in it. I hope it acts as a lesson to other Muslims who reside here who see fit to abuse our way of life or our laws or our rules. Am I right or am I wrong?

Let the fucking maggot rot in hell.

I meet a English chap down in Turkey, and we talked about this guy. If I were an Englishman, I would salute the goverment. However, since I'm a EU-citizen, I saulte your govermant anyway:)




Nemmerle Forum Mod

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#6 12 years ago

I hope the government doesn't pussy out on this like they seem to do on other things so frequently.




Chris

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#7 12 years ago

Aye. You break our rules, then don't come crying to us when all doesn't go as planned for you.




AzH

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#8 12 years ago

Aye, NemNem, that is my concern also. No doubt the PC brigade in Brussels will get wind of this and threaten us with a lesser table at the next dinner party unless we help the hater to get out of Lebanon. It pisses me off that we seem to have politicians without the backbone to stand up for the common man. Hopefully (hope, hope, hope!!) when we get rid of Tony things will be different. I doubt it; but I hope it anyway.




Chris

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#9 12 years ago
NemmerleI hope the government doesn't pussy out on this like they seem to do on other things so frequently.

Mhm. I personally think everyone does things too 'by the book' these days, and there's not enough common sense going into crucial decisions.




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#10 12 years ago

[COLOR=black]Several Higher up's from the third riche lived nice cozy lives in the states after WWII, I wouldn’t doubt it if he makes it somewhere and calls it home.[/COLOR]