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Abu Qatada: Begging to stay in Britain

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Submitted by Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (United Kingdom), May 9, 2006 at 14:58

Muslim cleric Abu Quatada is begging the British Government not to deport him from the cosy British prison cell, where he presently resides, back to the loving bosom of his Muslim brothers & sisters in Jordan. Can anybody explain this? Islam is a religion of peace so why is he so terrified at the prospect of being sent to a land where the Religion of Peace is paramount? What could possibly be so frightening in a land whose laws are guided by the holy Qu'ran that he champions so fiercely among the unbelievers of the UK? He must be a truly devoted cleric to want to spend the rest of his life among the infidel kaffirs when he could be mixing instead with the brothers and sisters of his faith in the comfort and security of a Muslim country far away from the corruption of the decadent West - which his buddy, Abu Hamza, described as 'like the inside of a toilet'! Could he be worried that the huge family that he leaves behind will be unable to feed themselves? Don't worry, Abu, we'll continue to clean & feed them for you as we've always done. They can hardly be expected to work for a living, after all! We British have a tradition of looking after our dumb animals.

Or could there possibly be an alternative explanation for this terror?!



P.S. Isn't it amazing how HANDSOME all these clerics are! Utterly gorgeous.


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