Islam in the UK



Ah yes, the ideal family……

Family face losing £200,000 home in landmark ruling after grandfather’s terror training conviction 

  • Family face being evicted of Manchester home under anti-terrorism laws
  • Munir Farooqi convicted of attempting to recruit undercover officers
  • Family’s supporters say they are being punished for another’s actions
  • The case could shake up human rights law


PUBLISHED: 14:33 GMT, 12 June 2013 | UPDATED: 06:53 GMT, 13 June 2013

The family of a former Taliban fighter convicted of attempting to recruit two undercover police officers for jihad in Afghanistan face losing their £200,000 home under anti-terrorism laws.

Munir Farooqi, 56, was given four life sentences in September 2011 for running a ‘recruitment centre’ for home-grown extremists to go to Afghanistan to kill British troops.

His family have now spoken of how it is ‘sickening’ that they face being made homeless if Farooqi loses his High Court appeal next month against his conviction.

farooqi family faces eviction if jihadi grandpappy loses appeal on conviction 13.6.2013

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H/T: EDL Buck

One Response

  1. These people were accepting a gargantuine amount of charity and repaying that with conspiracy to commit treason and murder against employees of the government that was giving them so much.

    No more socialist teet for them!

    And they are NOT innocent. They knew exactly what that terrorist was doing and not once did they inform the security services. They are enemies of the country in which they reside.

    The burkas say it all. These women are as extremist as it is possible to be without actually exploding. Any sympathy they’re given will be returned with bigotry.

    And let me guess. Two of those women are “cousins” from the old country.

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