If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere
Fresh from a star turn in British prison, during which he bought a Â£220,000 house and passed up a court date with the excuse that his toenails were too long, jihadist Abu “Killing a Kafir For Any Reason Is OK” Hamza is ready for the big stage and the fantastic lights.
“Abu Hamza faces extradition to US,” from the BBC (thanks to all who sent this in):
Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri faces extradition to the United States on terror charges.
The Egyptian-born preacher is currently serving a seven-year jail term in the UK for inciting murder and race hate.
The 49-year-old from west London is wanted by the American authorities on 11 charges. […]
The US government wants to put Abu Hamza on trial over allegations that he funded terrorism, organised a “terrorist training camp” in Oregon between 1998 and 2000, and conspired to take 12 Westerners hostage in Yemen in 1998.
The American charges carry a potential jail sentence of 100 years. Abu Hamza’s lawyers claim US evidence has been gained through torture….
Al-Qaeda, don’t forget, advises its ops always to claim torture.
He became well known as the imam of Finsbury Park mosque in north London but was dismissed from his position in 2003 after making speeches supporting al-Qaeda and criticising the invasion of Iraq.
What a weaselly last sentence. He wasn’t removed for criticizing the invasion of Iraq. Britain isn’t a police state. He was removed for advocating open warfare against and subjugation of the kuffar. That, for some reason, goes unmentioned.