Abu Qatada, a Muslim religious leader, has lost a legal bid in the European Court of Human Rights to challenge Britain’s long-running attempts to deport him to Jordan to stand trial on terrorism charges.Â Theresa May, UK home secretary,Â said she was confident Tuesday’sÂ decision by the Strasbourg-based court meant Abu Qatada would soon be “out of Britain for good”.
Abu Qatada, 51, once described by a Spanish judge as “Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe”,Â Â was convicted in his absence in Jordan in 1998 for involvement in terror attacks. His fans are displeased.
Tunisia:Â Shiites encounter Sunni Tolerance
Tunisian Salafis Beat Shia Protesters with Sticks...–“There is no god but Allah, and Shias are the enemies of God,” and others calling for the killing of Shias.
Â These people call Israel an “Apartheid State”
A heated confrontation took place yesterday between the governor of North Sinai Abdel-Fattah Harhour and the Rafah Copts over their intention to leave town in the wake of threats against them by radical Islamists should they refuse to leaveRafah an Islamic emirate
Ten vehicles burnt in Ahmedabad protest against anti-Islam film
The police have arrested 110 people after protests against an anti-Islamic film made in the US turned violent here on Wednesday afternoon, triggering tension in this communally sensitive city in the election-bound Gujarat. (Â 5 October 2012)