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Abu Qatada to be deported from UK to Jordan overnight

After a lengthy and expensive legal battle, the UK will finally deport radical cleric Abu Qatada to Jordan. He'll leave the country tonight.

Op-Ed: Lib Justice Minister: 'Abu Qatada’s presence here is reassuring'

Liberal Democrat Justice Minister Lord McNally has proclaimed Britain's failure to deport radical cleric Abu Qatada is evidence the Human Rights Act is working.

Video: Patriotic groups unite for ‘Deport Abu Qatada’ demo

Stanmore - Various patriotic organisations came together on Saturday in the latest protest against anti-British, terrorist threat, Abu Qatada, known as Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe.

UK legal system exploited to silence protest against Abu Qatada

London - A High Court has granted an injunction against a demonstration outside the North London house of known Al-Qaeda terrorist threat Abu Qatada.

Video: Protest outside Abu Qatada’s house

Stanmore - Another flash demonstration was held outside the house of known terrorist threat Abu Qatada, who is being housed at the expense of British taxpayers in Stanmore, North London.

Op-Ed: Abū Qatāda and the Drones

Abū Qatāda is a convicted terrorist and, we are told, a continuing threat to our national security. So why don't we simply murder him?

Abu Qatada plans to sue British government for unlawful detention

Abu Qatada, infamous hate preacher and expensive drain on the taxpayer, intends to sue the British government for £10 million for unlawful detention.

Op-Ed: How should we deal with Abū Qatāda — and other undesirables?

London - Abū Qatāda, the uncleric-like cleric who has been causing the British Government a headache for years, is out on bail again. Is there no way we can get shot of him and other undesirables like him for good?

Amnesty International report: State of the World’s Human Rights Special

Sydney - “A depressing read”, but “lots to be optimistic about.” Claire Mallinson, National Director of Amnesty International Australia sums up the 2012 report (which covers the period January to December 2011).

European court rules Britain can extradite Abu Hamza to US

The fate of extremist cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri was decided by the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday, when the court ruled Britain can extradite the extremist to the U.S. to face terrorism charges.

Abu Qatada delighted with new UK tax-payer funded house

Wembley - Being one of the most loathed people in Britain doesn't stop Muslim extremist Abu Qatada from enjoying life. The hate preacher describes himself as the "happiest man in England" as U.K. taxpayers fund his lovely new home and the BBC gives him good press.

Op-Ed: Abū Qatāda — the man the Grand Conspiracy can't kill

According to proponents of the Grand Conspiracy, the Order of the Illuminati controls the world already. Abū Qatāda is living proof it doesn't.

British court grants bail to 'Osama's right-hand man' Abu Qatada

London - A man considered a dangerous terrorist, Abu Qatada, has been set free on bail by the British Special Immigrations Appeals Commission after a European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) decision that he could not be deported to Jordan to face terror charges.

Op-Ed: Now Cameron takes on the European Court of Human Rights

Britain's style over substance Prime Minister is yet again doing something meaningful: telling the European Court of Human Rights to keep its nose out of the nation's affairs.

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Deport Abu Qatada demonstration
Deport Abu Qatada demonstration
Radical cleric Abu Qatada speaking on the BBC s Panorama in 2001
Radical cleric Abu Qatada speaking on the BBC's Panorama in 2001
Abu Qatada s house taxpayer funded house at 180 Uppingham Road  Stanmore  HA7 2JT
Abu Qatada's house taxpayer funded house at 180 Uppingham Road, Stanmore, HA7 2JT
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