September 26, 2012


I am beginning to find this a bit of a joke and I am the only person taking this story seriously.

Abu Hamza: High Court judge halts extradition to the US.

If I was really boring I would count up how many "Abu Hamza deported" and "Abu Hamza: Extradition halted" blogs I had posted. Anyway turns out Mr Hamza can stay and in other news Its the end of the Monarchy. Otherwise nothing happened today.

Update: The BBC are taking it a bit more seriously.

also- the best thing written yet! Does Abu Hamza's non-deportation make you mad? Or maybe his detention without trial is making you angry? Blame unassimilated multiculturalism!



The BBC has apologised for revealing the Queen raised concerns with the government about why radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri had not been arrested. The apology comes after security correspondent Frank Gardner told BBC Radio 4 of a private conversation he had with the Queen some years ago.The BBC said it and Gardner were sorry for the "breach of confidence", which both "deeply regret"...

Abu Hamza could be out of Britain in days after losing extradition appeal

A quick look at how the Americans are covering this From CNN-

...He once described Britain as a "toilet" -- now, radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri is to be flushed out of the UK legal system and into a potential life sentence in America...

toilet? flush? geddit? Pretty snappy

 and ABC:

Abu Hamza Road Show

September 25, 2012

Hamza and The Queen

Seems I am not the only person in the UK to take an interest in Mr H. I am a bit bored of how many times I have posted here that he is going to be extradited, but it seems he actually is this time along with a few others. Lets see.