‘I am leaving on a jet plane; don’t know when I’ll be back again’
It seems that Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza is finally leaving the
and is all set for an American adventure. UK
Unfortunately he will not have time to see the sites like the
Washington Monument or the Grand Canyon or the Statute of Liberty.
But he will get a super max facility with free room and board.
Hamza’s request for an appeal over a European Court of Human Rights ruling that his extradition would breach his human rights was rejected by a panel of judges last night.
His appeal was bogus, but he had the right to exhaust all mechanisms.
Government have been attempting to extradite him dating back to 2003. UK
Even the Queen who rarely gets involved was moved to say he should be punted out the door.
The Queen has a healthy interest in the life of the nation as documentaries show, well done that woman, bang on the money.
This decision finally means the cleric, who was jailed for seven years for soliciting to murder and inciting racial hatred will now go west.
Go west young man and seek your fortune in a land of opportunity, if you ever get out.
People who come to this country fleeing torture etc are always welcome; people like Abu Hamza seem to think that preaching hate is some kind of biblical right are finding people; are less understanding now than they used to be.
Protest is fine, free speech is fine, don’t like your opinion is fine too, soliciting to murder and inciting racial hatred isn’t fine.
A Home Office spokesman said last night:
“The Home Secretary welcomes today’s decision not to refer the cases of Abu Hamza and four others to the Grand Chamber. This follows the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights on 10 April to allow the extradition of these five terrorism suspects to the
. We will work to ensure that the
individuals are handed over to the US authorities as quickly as
A spokesman for the Strasbourg-based court said:
“Today, the Grand Chamber panel decided to reject the request. This means that the chamber judgment of 10 April, 2012, is now final.”
A lot of people think human rights don’t work, they do; it just takes the right people to understand them, Abu Hamza in the end didn’t have a case, he is the architect of his own downfall.
Hamza has been charged with 11 counts of criminal conduct related to the taking of 16 hostages in
in 1998, advocating violent jihad in Afghanistan
in 2001, and conspiring to establish a jihad training camp in ,
between June 2000 and December 2001. Bly, Oregon
If convicted he is looking at dying in prison, American Courts tend to lean towards huge sentences of the 99 years variety.
His extradition is a victory for every man, women and child in this country regardless of their beliefs, colour or creed, he threatened everyone's safety.
And bombs don't care who they kill.
The Campaign for Human Rights at