Doesn’t he know that the Qur’an forbids suicide? From the Times Online, :
A terror suspect accused of breaching his control order has made two attempts to take his own life since being put back behind bars, it emerged today.
Mahmoud Suliman Ahmed Abu Rideh, 33, was sent back to jail last week after allegedly failing to comply with “any of the obligations” imposed by the order, “without reasonable excuse”.
He is thought to be the first person accused of breaching one of the controversial new orders, which were imposed in March under The Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005 after the Law Lords ruled that holding foreign suspects without trial in Belmarsh prison was illegal and discriminatory.
Rideh, a father of five who was born in Jordan, pleaded not guilty to the charge when he appeared before Bow Street Magistrates in central London today.
He is alleged to have told his liaison officer that he was not prepared to comply with the tagging conditions of the order which required him to wear an electronic tag.
Rideh, who had been receiving hospital treatment, was charged with breaching the order and sent back to a conventional prison last Wednesday.