Omar Bakri complaints that his “human rights” are challenged in Lebanon and wants asylum in the UK – a country he hates to the core of his (non-exist) being. Muslims constitute 54% of the Lebanese population, after destroying the country with insurgency. In 1975, following increasing sectarian tensions, a full-scale civil war broke out in Lebanon initiated by Palestinian Muslims.
In the Lebanese Civil War Muslims with PLO affiliations commit jihad against Christian groups and forced their presence on the country killing their way into dominion. Lebanon had been known as the Riviera of the Middle East up to that point: wealthy and peaceful. Until 1975, Freedom House considered Lebanon to be one of only two (together with Israel) politically free countries in the Middle East and North Africa region. The country lost this status with the outbreak of the Civil War, and never regained it again.
Omar Bakri WANTS countries to rule under Sharia where there exist no concept of democratic human rights. Democracy and human rights are shunned by devout Muslims as anti-Islamic. Now why would the UK want to grant anti-Islamic values to a hater like Omar Bakri? May he suffer the worse punishment imaginable under his Mohammedan laws.
Had the extreme liberal socialist left, the same political ideology entertained by Hitler and his Nazi party, not lifted the ban on Muslim immigrants, the West would not have faced threats of Islamic ideology as laid out in the Quran. It is leftists who have imported this medieval fascism into the West exactly they way they helped to install Hitler into power in 1933; by a refusal to address extremism.
Muslims need to be deported from all across Europe. There is no need to deport all Muslims. Only those who are devout and demand mosques and still consider themselves Muslims by faith.
Omar Bakri Muhammad: Islamist leader seeks return to UK, after being banned in wake of 7/7 praise
Omar Bakri Muhammad, the Islamist leader who has publicly supported terrorist attacks in the UK and elsewhere, says he is being tortured in Lebanon and is attempting to return to the country despite being permanently excluded in 2005
The Indepenent, Sunday 29 June 2014
The family of Omar Bakri Muhammad are asking for the militant Islamist leader to be allowed to return to the UK, nearly ten years after he left the country for Lebanon, where he has since been arrested multiple times and where he claims to have been tortured.
Bakri’s family says that he has been tortured during his time in a Lebanese maximum security prison, though the claims have yet to be independently verified. The family says that he is close to death.
Bakri was permanently excluded in 2005 on the grounds that he was not conducive to the public good. The Home Office has said that because he is outside of the country he will not be able to apply for asylum.
The preacher received political asylum in the UK in the 1980s and stayed until 2005. He left the UK soon after the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005, and fled to Lebanon. But he was arrested in Beirut towards the end of May for allegedly supporting terrorism.
Bakri has been accused of founding militant Islamist groups Hizb ut-Tahrir and Al Muhajiroun, and of glorifying terrorists including those that perpetrated 9/11 and 7/7. He helped convert Michael Adebolajo, who took part in the murder of Lee Rigby and was a member of Al-Muhajiroun.
Bakri is understood to have been living in the Libyan city of Tripoli for some of the time since his arrest in 2010. Source: Getty
“This person has contributed in every aspect in supporting terrorism,” Lebanon’s interior minister, Nouhad Machnouk, alleged after the arrest.
Bakri has been considered by some to court publicity, a view that his son Mohammad Bakri seemed to support.
“I think unless you know the character himself, like my father – I grew up with him – so therefore I understand the tactics that he uses to attract the media in order to pass the message of Islam,” he told Sky News. “You may find that distasteful, but at the end of the day he has not committed any crimes in the UK.”
He was previously sentenced to life in prison in Lebanon in 2010, but was released after witnesses recanted their testimony. He is thought to have been living in Tripoli in Lebanon for some of the time since, and has Syrian and Lebanese citizenship.