Muslim terrorist Tariqur Rahman in
bed clothes and slippers walking around Pakistan
This is such a joke on so many levels. The Tundra Tabloids posted earlier on the story of the British government’s decision to keep the two suspected terrorists in the UK, rather then sending them back to Pakistan. Well the Daily Mail finds out that one of the co-conspirators who has been sent back to Pakistan is freely walking the streets of Peshawar. Oh lucky him, running a travel agency, what’s it called, Jihad Air? KGS
NOTE: Place them on a plane to Pakistan and enroute open the door, oops.
Strolling along a bustling Peshawar street, terror suspect Tariqur Rehman hardly looks like a man who is living under the threat of torture and persecution.The 39-year-old runs his own travel agency in the city, the capital of Pakistan’s troubled North West Frontier Province where he lives quietly with his family.It is a life in marked contrast to his two former associates and fellow students, Abid Naseer and Ahmad Faraz Khan, whose case sparked outrage this week.The two men plotted a terrorist atrocity in Britain but were told by a court that they would be allowed to stay here because it would infringe their human rights if they too returned to their homeland.The Special Immigration Appeals Commission found that Naseer, 24, was an ‘Al Qaeda operative’ who still posed a threat to national security and that 26-year-old Faraz Khan was a ‘willing participant’ in the plot.But it ruled that they faced possible torture and persecution in Pakistan and so could not be deported.