There have been several other hit-and-run incidents involving Muslim drivers over the last few years. Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar explicitly grounded his action in the teachings of the Koran. If he had not done this, however, I’m sure the mainstream media would have constructed a non-Islamic explanation for what he did. Munir Muthana came close, telling the police who arrested him that “the Muslims will fix this country.” Still, no mainstream media source made any connection between his hit-and-run and jihad. Omeed Aziz Popal, we were told, was suffering from stress from an arranged marriage. Ismail Yassin Mohamed, we were informed, was mentally ill, suffered from depression, and hadn’t being taking his medication. And Muhammad Teshale, according to “law enforcement officials,” “did it to be famous.”
Coincidence or jihad? Certainly there are a lot of hit and run incidents involving non-Muslims, but there is a degree of intentionality in these that we do not usually see.
The father of a girl left dying in the road after being mown down by a failed asylum seeker has been handed a major boost in his bid to have him deported.
Aso Mohammed Ibrahim knocked down Amy Houston, 12, and fled the scene leaving her under the wheels of his car.
He was arrested and served four months in prison but launched legal action to be allowed leave to remain in the UK.
Last year his fight against deportation was successful after he argued sending him home would breach his right to a ‘private and family life’ under the Human Rights Act as he had fathered two children here.
But Amy’s father, Paul Houston, 41, has continued to campaign for Ibrahim to be deported claiming the Act had become nothing more than a charter for thieves, killers, terrorists and illegal immigrants.
Now he has been handed fresh hope after his campaign was backed by immigration minister Damian Green.
In a letter to Mr Houston, the immigration minister said: ‘I agree that Mr Ibrahim should not be allowed to remain in the United Kingdom.
‘Mr Ibrahim was convicted of committing an offence that led to the tragic death of Amy Houston and it is my personal view that he should be removed.’…
Ibrahim, 33, arrived in Britain hidden in the back of a lorry in January 2001. His application for asylum was refused and a subsequent appeal in November 2002 failed, but he was never sent home.
Amy was killed in 2003 after she was hit by a Rover driven by Ibrahim who then fled the scene leaving the girl crying in pain under the wheels.
The Iraqi Kurd was jailed for just four months after admitting driving while disqualified and failing to stop after an accident.
Since his release from prison he has racked up a string of criminal convictions, including more driving offences, harassment and cautions for burglary and theft.
But Ibrahim embarked on a relationship with Christina Richardson and they had two children, Harry, four, and Zara, three.
He was able to escape deportation from the UK by using the Human Rights Act to successfully argue he had a right to a family life….
Incredible. Deport him, already. Does anyone at all in the British government still have any spine?