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Sheikh Raed Salah invokes Human Rights laws to stay in UK

Daily Mail calls head of Islamic Movement's release on bail 'farce', complains of cost to taxpayers

Published: 07.27.11

"Strolling in the sunshine, seemingly without a care in the world, this is the Islamic extremist who has made a mockery of Britain’s border controls," Britain's Daily Mail newspaper said of Sheikh Raed Salah Wednesday. The paper was describing the life of the head of the Islamic Movement's northern district in Britain after being released on bail.

The newspaper reported that Salah is trying to use the British Human Rights Act to prevent orders banning him from entering the country. Salah was released from prison after two and half weeks, during which he was held over suspicions that he entered Britain in spite of a ban issued earlier by Home Secretary Theresa May. The home secretary announced in June that the UK Border Agency officials had launched dep

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Added: Jul-27-2011 Occurred On: Jul-27-2011
By: aydeo
Other News, Other Middle East
Tags: Sheikh Raed Salah, Human Rights laws, London
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