* Scandalous! Why are they there in the first place? How did they they get in and why have they been allowed to settle behind enemy lines? Why have they not been arrested yet?
The list doesn’t include this POS who is presently in jail for breaching his bail conditions:
Abu Qatada shopping in Londonistan…
A WELSH MP yesterday called on the UK Government to either deport or arrest all British residents who appear on a United Nations list which names members and associates of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Monmouth Conservative MP David Davies, the only Welsh member of the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee, said he was shocked to see 15 British residents on the list. All but three are apparently free.
Mr Davies said: “This is not a speculative list â€“ the UN is not known to exaggerate or make unfounded claims. These people have been named as involved with Al-Qaeda and I don’t think they should be walking the streets of this country. Either they should be deported or locked up.
“It is little consolation that none of those named are said to be living in Wales. I hope at the very least they are all under constant surveillance. If they do the slightest thing, they should be locked up for a very long time. Al-Qaeda, as we all know, is a very dangerous terrorist organisation responsible for the deaths of thousands of people. I intend to raise this matter in Parliament in the New Year.”
* Why wait? Isn’t this long overdue?
The 15 British residents on the list, which can be seen online at www.un.org/sc/committees/1267/consolidatedlist.htm, are all named as associates of terror group Al-Qaeda. They are:
Libya-born British citizen Ghuma Abd’rabbah, living in Birmingham;
Libya-born British citizen Abdulbasit Abdulrahim, living in London, said to have raised funds for the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group;
Libya-born Abd Al-Rahman Al-Faqih, living in Birmingham;
Saudi Arabian Dr Saad Rashed Mohammad Al-Faqih, living in London;
Saudi Arabian Khalid Abd Al-Rahman Hamd Al-Fawaz, living in London;
Syria-born British citizen Mohammed Al Ghabra, living in London;
Egyptian Hani Al-Sayyid Al-Sebai, living in London;
Gloucester-born Sajid Mohammed Badat, currently in prison in the UK after pleading guilty to planning to blow up an aircraft with a shoe bomb;
Libyan Maftah Mohamed Elmabruk, living in London, said to have raised funds for the LIFG;
Libya-born British citizen Abdelrazag Elsharif Elosta, living in London, said to have raised funds for the LIFG;
Egyptian Al Sayyid Ahmed Fathi Hussein Eliwah, living in the UK with a UK passport;
Egypt-born British citizen Mostafa Kamel Mostafa Ibrahim, better known as the radical cleric Abu Hamza, in jail after being convicted on 11 charges, including six of soliciting to murder;
Libya-born British citizen Abdulbaqi Mohammed Khaled, living in Birmingham;
Jordanian national Uthman Omar Mahmoud, better known as the radical cleric Abu Qatada, currently in prison in the UK after breaching bail conditions relating to his appeal against deportation. Wanted on terrorism charges in Algeria, the United States, Belgium, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Jordan;
Libyan Tahir Nasuf, living in Manchester.
The list also includes six organisations with bases in the UK:
Sara Properties Ltd, Liverpool;
Benevolence International Foundation;
Meadowbrook Investments Ltd of Bristol;
Movement for Reform in Arabia, London;
Ozlam Properties Ltd, Liverpool;
Sanabel Relief Agency Ltd, Manchester.
The list â€“ known as the Consolidated List â€“ currently contains around 500 names and is split into four sections covering individuals and entities associated with the Taliban, and individuals and entities associated with Al-Qaeda.
It was established to try to limit the activities of Al-Qaeda by freezing the assets of, and preventing the movement of arms by “any individual or entity associated with Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden and/or the Taliban”.
According to the UN’s website: “The Consolidated List serves as the foundation for the implementation and enforcement of sanctions against Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, the Taliban and their associates. The (Al-Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions) committee is continuously seeking to improve the information on the Consolidated List to ensure that the sanctions measures can be imple- mented effectively.”
Among those whose names are on the list are Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden and his deputy Ayman Al Zawahiri, whose Egyptian passport number is included in his entry. Osama bin Laden’s address is given as “not applicable”.
A Home Office spokesman said: “The UN list is a publicly available document. We do not discuss individuals who appear on it for security reasons.”
Here’s the link: