Monday, November 24, 2014

Somali terrorist facilitator loses case to clear his name in the UK

(Birmingham) A Somali asylum seeker who came to the UK 10 years ago knew exactly how to repay the UK, by funding terrorists in the country he left behind. He returned to Somalia (the country he sought asylum from), met senior Islamic extremists and couriered funds and equipment for terrorism-related purposes. He recruited and radicalised people and helped them travel to Somalia for terrorism-related activities, and he created extremist websites and raised money for Al-Shabab.

However, six years ago he was picked up by the security services for all of the above, but due to the absurd way the UK subscribes to the European human rights act (the one which affords more rights to terrorists than the people they want to kill), this man found that actually the UK couldn't jail him, deport him or even cut his benefits, and so they hit him with the politically correct version of a prison sentence. Yes, they issued him with a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure (Tpim) which is used by the UK in which to ensure that the human rights of Islamic terrorist aren't affected when they have been caught up to no good. So what is a Tpim?

Well, it means the person under question has to live at home and stay in at night, is barred from having travel documents and imposed limits on who he could associate with, his use of bank accounts and computer devices, and required him to wear a monitoring tag on his ankle.

Well, he didn't like that and he took the UK Government to court over his claim that being subject to Tpim went against Article Three of the European Convention On Human Rights - which prohibits inhumane and degrading treatment - were being breached. (Funny how the idiots who shout out the loudest about their human rights never mention the rights of the people they oppress.)

Anyway, the high court today found in the governments favour. The thing I can't understand is why this terrorist facilitator would wish to remain in a country (that gave him asylum) that he claims is oppressing him and not return to the country he left behind, but appears to have no problem returning to time and time again.