Dhimmitude in Britain long ago reached the tipping point of absurdity. Now British officials have to go to greater and greater lengths to top one another in their capitulation to Islamic supremacism. It would all make more sense if it turned out to be something like an extended reality-based Monty Python movie.
“Taliban soldier who killed in battle wins fight to stay in UK – to spare him from persecution by… the Taliban,” by Andy Whelan for the Daily Mail, June 23 (thanks to Benedict):
An Afghan Muslim who claims he killed people while fighting for the Taliban has used the Human Rights Act to remain in Britain — despite Government efforts to deport him.
Zareen Ahmadzai, who spent three years fighting in Afghanistan, has admitted using a Kalashnikov rifle and firing rockets, as well as supplying weapons and food to the Taliban.
The Home Office rejected his claim for asylum, and when his appeal also failed, Ahmadzai was detained at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre in West London while awaiting deportation.
Yet when the 30-year-old — who initially did not speak English — mounted a fresh appeal, he was able to overturn the Home Office’s case on the grounds that his life would be at risk if he returned home.
The decision is another setback for Home Secretary Theresa May, who is under pressure to reform human rights laws following a series of high-profile cases in which Muslim extremists have avoided deportation….