It is truly disgraceful that a convicted terrorist has won his 27-year fight to stay in this country. You must really wonder what goes on in the mind of our Supreme Court judges. Are they simple or are they too Liberal? Isn’t it time there were people like you and I sitting alongside these judges explaining how the public view such decisions?
This is the story of Yasser al-Sirri. Back in 1993 he is found guilty in his native Egypt of an Islamist plot to kill then then Prime Minister Atef Sedki. The PM survived but a 12-year-old girl died.
He fled the Middle East and by using a forged passport got into the United Kingdom bringing his wife and four children with him.
They settled in the Maida Vale district of London and have lived for the past three decade off state benefits. That will have cost a fortune.
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He ran up legal aid bills of millions and it has paid off. The Supreme Court has ruled that he should be granted refugee status even though it was told the government regarded him “as a danger to the security of the UK”.
So here we have it. The guy is a danger to us and yet the judges won’t kick him out. Why?
Apparently he was sentenced to death back in Egypt for plotting to kill his PM. A reasonable sentence you would have thought.
To add even more pain to the decision al-Sirri has been posting on Facebook how pleased he is at the Taliban victory. This is what he said; “The Taliban takeover is a victory for all Muslims and all the oppressed.”
If it is such a victory why are so many Afghanis getting out?
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