Keep the jiziya flowing, dhimmies:
The number of Islamic parasites, hate-preachers, terrorists and serial rapists who “can’t be deported” must be in the thousands by now.
HeÂ should never have made it into Britain in the first place. Now, he will needlessly tie up time and resources with his courtroom jihad. “Leader of Islamic Movement in Israel to remain inÂ U.K.Â jail after court denies appeal,” by Jack Khoury forÂ Haaretz, July 8, via JW:
A London court on Friday denied the appeal of Sheikh Ra’ad Salah, leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel.
Comparative tolerance: Where is the Jewish Movement in Iran?
Londonistan is now a Sharia Controlled Zone
A reader in London just sent us the following photo, which is fairly self-explanatory:
He included this note:
Please see attached a poster seen stuck on to a bus stop on corner of Mission Grove and Carisbrooke Road, London E17. Signs of subtlety in the message â€” avoiding items that might be thought of as controversial like killing homosexuals and stuffing women in bags.
GoV posted this poster today, Â thanks to Vlad Tepes who made it more readable…..
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Salah was arrested in England in late June after he entered the country despite an exclusion order barring him from the United Kingdom. A deportation order was issued subsequently. Salah remains in detention because he refused to comply with the order.
Salah appealed his arrest and the order that bars him from entering theÂ UK.Â He demanded that he be released immediately and unconditionally and be allowed to continue to his visit in theÂ UK.
The appeal was denied and he will remain in detention until an additional appeal, which is expected to be filed next week.
Salah’s attorney and spokesman Zahi Nujeidat told Haaretz that “the Sheikh is insisting on his right to fight the arbitrary decision by the British government to deport him and therefore he has decided to remain in detention and wait for the appeals proceeding.”
On Saturday afternoon, the Islamic Movement, backed by the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee, will hold a large demonstration in Nazareth, expected to be attended by thousands of people, protesting Salah’s detention.
On Friday, Islamic Movement activists held a protest outside the UK embassy in Tel Aviv.