Saturday, January 26, 2013
An Algerian terror suspect has been allowed to stay in Britain because a judge believes that he may commit suicide if he is forced to go back home
The terrorist does not dispute that he is a risk to Britain's national security and is believed to support one of the terrorist groups which carried out the deadly attack on an Algerian gas plant earlier in January 2013 which claimed the lives of 39 hostages including six Britons. He is also suspected of providing fake passports and travel arrangements to terrorists. But in another blow for the Home Office, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) has allowed the married man to remain on British soil because deporting him would breach his human rights. The same judge also recently allowed Islamic hate preacher Abu Qatada to stay in Britain.