ABU QATADA THE HATE CLERIC COMPLAINS HIS TAXPAYER FUNDED HOUSE IS TOO SMALL – There are many ungrateful people in the world but Abu Qatada, if there was such an award, would win it hands down.
Not only does Abu Qatada preach that all Westerners should be murdered and that we should all be forced into the religion of Islam, he lives in the UK at the expense of the Taxpayer because this Government has been unable to deport him back to Jordan to face charges of terrorism.
Abu Qatada is now complaining that taxpayer funded home in London, which costs the taxpayer £1,400 a month, is too small and there is barely enough room for his wife and five children, let alone all his possessions.
Again at the expense of the taxpayer his lawyers are fighting the case in order to get the Government to re-house him and his family.
Abu Qatada still remains in prison after breaching his bail conditions, although his lawyers have appealed in order to have him set free as the breach, as they see it, was a mistake due to the trauma of his last house move that disorientated him.
It makes you wonder what sort of lawyer would actually have the spine to represent a known terrorist, let alone appeal for his release.
During the last raid on Abu Qatada’s home, police uncovered mobile phones that were internet enabled and a memory stick containing Jihadist propaganda, both of which were in violation of his previous bail conditions.
After continuously failing to deport Abu Qatada, Theresa May, the Home Secretary, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Jordanian Government that prevents them from using evidence that Abu Qatada said was extracted through torture.
Abu Qatada in recent weeks has agreed that he would leave the UK on his own accord back to Jordan to face the charges against him. I am now wondering how much space he’ll get inside a Jordanian jail cell and surely after his likely execution, by beheading, the box he will be placed in will be considerable smaller.
In a recent Special Immigration Appeals Commission it was reported that Abu Qatada will likely be on a plane for Jordan in the next few weeks and I am sure they’ll be a few glasses raised once the aircraft leaves the ground.
While Abu Qatada’s lawyers appeal for his release, so that he might spend his last few days with his family, this appeal has been denied and the Government are adamant that Abu Qatada will spend his remaining days in the UK behind bars due to the danger he poses to the public.
There is no doubt that the British people will be glad to see the back of Abu Qatada once and for all and that if a trial in Jordan results in his execution there will be no tears this side of the world.
Do you think the Government will finally be able to deport Abu Qatada, even with the treaty with Jordan, or will this continue to play out in the courts? Have your say… leave your comments below.