19 August 2007

Abu Hamza - Britain's worst Terrorist may go free

Info courtesy of a friend.

One of the most dangerous Islamic extremists to have ever walked the streets of Great Britain could walk free soon and because of his human rights there will be nothing we can do to stop this man from once again walking our innocent streets.

To see and hear with your own eyes and ears the threat that this man poses please click on this link where you will be able to see undercover video's and audio that was captured and helped secure this mans eventual arrest and imprisonment.

Not before he was allowed by the British government many years to recruit and radicalise young British Moslems to Al Qaeda's Jihad against the Western world within mainland Britain.

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Hamza may go free as witness backs down

The Timesonline

ONE of Britain’s most notorious Islamic extremists may be freed from prison as early as next year after an Al-Qaeda “supergrass” said he was no longer prepared to testify against him.

Abu Hamza al-Masri, the hook-handed firebrand who used to preach at Finsbury Park mosque in north London, was expected to be extradited to America for trial on charges including trying to establish a terrorist camp in Oregon.

But in a New York courtroom last week James Ujaama, 41, the key witness against Hamza, appeared to have reneged on a deal to testify against him. The change of heart could lead to the collapse of the American request for Hamza’s extradition now going through British courts.

Eight of the 11 counts on which the case rests depend on Ujaama’s evidence. Hamza faces a possible total of 100 years in prison in America.

The Egyptian-born cleric, 49, is serving a seven-year sentence in Belmarsh prison, southeast London, for soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred. But because he has already spent more than three years in prison and on remand, he will qualify for parole early next year and will go free if the extradition case collapses.

Hamza’s next extradition hearing is in October. A lawyer close to his case said: “This is a very significant development and it will be brought up in the next court hearing.”

Finsbury Park mosque, under Hamza’s control, was blamed for radicalising some of Britain’s worst extremists, including Richard Reid, the shoe bomber, and Zacarias Moussaoui, sentenced to life for his involvement in the 9/11 plot. At least two of the failed bombers in London on July 21, 2005, also worshipped there.

Hamza was jailed in 2006 after a court heard tapes of his sermons including: “Killing the kafir [infidel] for any reason you can say is okay even if there is no reason for it.”

He is accused by the US of trying to set up a training camp in Bly, Oregon, and providing material support to Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. He is also accused of using Finsbury Park mosque as a base for sending recruits to Afghanistan to train for jihad.

Ujaama, a Muslim convert from Seattle, was charged with trying to set up the Oregon camp with Hamza and Haroon Rashid Aswat, another Briton.

Aswat, who is in jail in Britain pending extradition, was arrested at the request of British police in Zambia and questioned for his alleged role in the 2005 London bombings. He has never been charged and denies any involvement in terrorism.

After his arrest in 2003 Ujaama struck a deal with the FBI: he promised to testify against Hamza and Aswat and was allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge of aiding the Taliban, which left him with a reduced prison sentence.

But last year, while on supervised release, Ujaama fled on a false passport to Belize, where he was arrested last December. On Monday he appeared in court in New York, where the more serious terror-related charges against him were reinstated. He now faces up to 30 years in jail.

According to court transcripts, Ujaama said: “Part of the reason I left the US was to avoid having to . . . give testimony in the criminal matters against Abu Hamza and others.”

The Home Office declined to comment on individual cases, but said: “Any prisoner sentenced for more than four years automatically qualifies for parole after half that term.”


Anonymous said...

He seems to be blind of an eye. Maybe both. Do the British have the guts to let him walk and then do to him what Israel did to Sheik Yamin?

Anonymous said...

They will probably give me free housing and a big human rights payoff. Maybe the PM will give me a knighthood and enter me for the Noballs Preach Prize. Oh and a shiny new hook on the National health. After all, "I'm worth it!"

Anonymous said...

The Vigil

England! where the sacred flame
Burns before the inmost shrine,
Where the lips that love thy name
Consecrate their hopes and thine,
Where the banners of thy dead
Weave their shadows overhead,
Watch beside thine arms to-night,
Pray that God defend the Right.

Think that when to-morrow comes
War shall claim command of all,
Thou must hear the roll of drums,
Thou must hear the trumpet's call.
Now, before thy silence ruth,
Commune with the voice of truth;
England! on thy knees to-night
Pray that God defend the Right.

Single-hearted, unafraid,
Hither all thy heroes came,
On this altar's steps were laid
Gordon's life and Outram's fame.
England! if thy will be yet
By their great example set,
Here beside thine arms to-night
Pray that God defend the Right.

So shalt thou when morning comes
Rise to conquer or to fall,
Joyful hear the rolling drums,
Joyful hear the trumpets call,
Then let Memory tell thy heart:
"England! what thou wert, thou art!"
Gird thee with thine ancient might,
Forth! and God defend the Right!

Henry Newbolt

evilislam said...

Well as long as organizations like BBC are not allowed by the Government to start asking serious questions about this KILLING MACHINE called EVIL ISLAM and it's only Doctrine which comes from the EVIL QURAN,
there would be many many more of this Hamze guy as there have been since the time of the father of all TERRORISM MOHAMMAD himself.
What all the westerners need to see is:


youdontknowme said...

He will be free and claiming benefits in a few weeks. Don't you just love Britain?