UK: Islamist Cleric Freed By EU Court Issued Orders To Kill British Citizens
Hate preacher Abu Qatada issued orders to kill British and American
civilians after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, according to a secret MI5 report
seen by The Mail on Sunday.
The Security Service document has raised questions as to why Qatada - who
the British Government has tried and failed to deport to Jordan - has not
been put on trial in the UK for inciting murder.
The report is marked 'secret UK eyes only' and claims Qatada is the author
of a fatwa that 'encourages Muslims to take part in jihad against the West'.
The Qatada fatwa also gives religious justification to the 9/11 attacks in
the US which killed 2,977 civilians.
The MI5 case file on Qatada was discovered abandoned in the British
ambassador's residence in Tripoli by The Mail on Sunday after the toppling
of Colonel Gaddafi last year.
It says: 'In arguing the legal case for the attacks of September 11, Abu
Qatada advocates fighting jihad against America and the West.
'However, he goes further to include not only the aggressor (the American
government), but anybody associated with the aggressor (its civilians) as
Qatada, who has been described as Osama Bin Laden's right-hand man in
Europe, remains on bail in London after Home Secretary Theresa May lost the
latest round in her battle to deport him to Jordan, where he is wanted for
his alleged roles in two bomb plots against foreigners.
The court ruling - which means the extremist preacher is free to walk the
streets of London for six hours a day - prompted Prime Minister David
Cameron to say he was 'completely fed up' with the Qatada problem.