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UN Court Frees Jihadist from UK Prison Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Nov 13, 2012, 08:43 PM
Abu Jordan.jpgThe United Nations World Court in the European Union has just ordered the British judicial system to free one of the most dangerous Islamist militants in the world on the grounds that his so-called human rights were violated. Lest one forget, President Barack Obama is chairman of the UN Human Rights panel.

According to the Daily Mail of London, "the hate cleric's smile that says he's untouchable: Terror suspect Abu Qatada goes home – and it could take years to get rid of him."

Attorneys of Abu Qatada had filed a lawsuit with the UN World Court in the EU claiming that their client’s human rights were violated because he could not visit his family at home. Hence, UN ordered an injunction that would grant Abu Qatada his freedom.

As reported by the Mail, "David Cameron, on a visit to Italy, said he was 'fed up' that Qatada was on the streets of Downing Street said the Government would appeal against the decision to block his deportation to Jordan."

Prime Minister Cameron said, "I'm fed up he's still at large in our country. He has no right to be there, we believe he is a threat to our country."

To read the entire article from the Daily Mail of London, link here:

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written by Simon , November 14, 2012

Not unusual. On a side note, has Obama also
blocked previous UN articles from the Dallasblog from appearing on Google searches? For some reason we did a few Google Searches and found the links are now missing. Or, is the Dallasblog having technical problems? For example; links regarding corruption within the UN Medical dispensary have now been deleted.

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