Kind of makes you want to vomit wherever you’re standing or sitting.
Extremist preacher linked to Osama Bin Laden cannot be deported from Britain despite being refused UK citizenship – because it would breach his human rights
Defiant: British Muslims gather to worship in the street outside the Finsbury Park Mosque. The mosque was once frequented by the radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri, who is now serving a life sentence for terrorism charges
- Born in Yemen, the imam regularly preaches in the north of England
- He is thought to have had connections to the late Osama bin Laden
- His applications for a British passport have repeatedly been turned down
He has repeatedly been turned down for British citizenship due to his ‘extremist’ views but now the British government is set to allow a radical Muslim preacher to stay in the UK.
The imam, who is known only in legal documents as FM, has long been considered connected to the deceased Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Born in Yemen, the 50-year-old imam regularly preaches at a well known mosque in the north of England. He cannot be named as his identity is protected by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC).