So what should they have done? Given him asylum in Sweden? With what assurance that he would not continue jihad activities there? From the BBC, :
Sweden has been found guilty of violating the international convention against torture for deporting a terror suspect to Egypt.
The UN’s committee against torture said Sweden should have known that Egypt consistently tortured detainees.
At the time, the Swedish government said it had been given assurances that Ahmed Agiza would be treated fairly.
Correspondents say the ruling is a blow to Sweden which prides itself on its human rights record.
The UN said Sweden breached its duties when it extradited asylum seeker Agiza in December 2001.
Agiza, a former member of Islamic Jihad, was sentenced in his absence to 25 years in jail in 1998.
He applied for asylum in Sweden three years later but was turned down on security grounds.
He was handed over to US authorities who chained and hooded him and flew him to jail in Egypt.
Agiza’s family claim he was subject to electric shock treatment and other abuses in the first weeks after being placed in Egyptian custody.
But Swedish officials who visited him in prison said they saw no signs of torture.