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I was pleased to see that Islamofascist Abdullah al-Faisal, who "influenced" (ie encouraged) one of the July 7 bombers, has been deported from Britain. The Home Secretary, John Reid, welcomed the removal of the Jamaican convert to Islam, who was placed on a flight to Kingston just after midday yesterday. Mr Reid said Al-Faisal would be excluded from the UK. The Government’s official account of the 2005 London bombings said the cleric had a "strong influence "on Germaine Lindsay, who blew up a Tube train at King’s Cross, killing 26 people. I guess telling young British Muslims it was their duty to kill non-believers, urging them to adopt a "jihad mentality" is what you call "influencing", eh? He also promised schoolboys they would be rewarded with "72 virgins in paradise" if they died in a holy war. And you know how easily they can be "influenced! Getting rid of one Jihad preacher  is good – but we have many more and I’m sure we could fill a few jumbo-jets sending Pakistan back it’s quota. There can be no place in the UK for Jihadists – we either put them in prison or we send them packing.

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  1. I would like to know why nothing has been done to investigate and deport the latest lot, inlc. Imam Abu Usaamah. I suspect he is under surveillance pending evidence gathering.

    But surely once we have it we can easily deport people back to America?

    As featured in the undercover Dispatches:


    and seen here directly defending his position on the islamic forum MPAC:


    If as suggested last week in Parliament there is also a move to use recorded conversations as evidence to detain people early on rather than use control orders now then Dispatches must surely be such? I heard it has not been ruled out as the Times states:

    Options facing the Government


    Control Orders:


    re control orders, The Chairman of the Commons home affairs select committee, the Labour MP John Denham, told the BBC that control orders had always been an imperfect solution.

    "They were brought in because the courts prevented the government from jailing people who were believed to be terrorists, sometimes had a terrorist record overseas; we were stopped from jailing them because we didn’t have the evidence to convict them here."

  2. This morning’s From Our Own Correspondent on BBC Radio 4 had an interesting report from Turkey. It took the form of a BBC reporter accompanying a group of British muslims, including an imam, from Leicester to Istanbul.

    The theme was that Turkey is less secular and more islamic than it was ten years ago. But the interesting and depressing thing for me was the reaction of the Leicester muslims to Turkey. They found its moderate Suffi brand of islam far too liberal and secular for their tastes and were glad to get back to Blighty where they could wear their various headgear without being stared at as they were in Turkey.

    Deeply depressing from the UK perspective, but enlightening. It suggests to me that the Pakistani-sourced version of islam practiced by 90% of British muslims will never be comfortable in a western liberal democracy. If these guys find Turkey way too secular, it tells you all you need to know about their attitude to the UK.

    The programme will be online next week foe anyone who wants to hear it. Google Radio 4 and follow the links.

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