The Brits should arrive in huge numbers to the address of the government wing that approves this madness. And meanwhile, a man fighting for British liberty sits in the clink while this joker walks around scot-free costing the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds to monitor him and to support him. Unfreaking real.
The cost of monitoring Qatada is already estimated at £100,000 a week.
The fanatic is watched by police and the security service 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
He is said to be paying £1,900 per month in rent for the house in Wembley – funded through benefits.
Qatada has lived at the address since February this year after his initial release from prison as part of his ongoing fight against deportation.
He was later detained again but senior immigration judge Mr Justice Mitting released him for a second time last month.
Sitting at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, he blocked Home Office attempts to return the cleric to Jordan, where he faces terror charges, because he was not satisfied he was guaranteed a fair trial.
Lawyers for Theresa May, the Home Secretary, asked for him to be bailed to a Home Office address but the court refused and returned him to his Wembley home.
Qatada is expected to be moving to his new address with his wife and four out of five of his children.