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Exporting Terror

by | 21st, July 2005

‘SINCE God, even the brutal and bigoted deity extremist Muslims adhere to, moves in mysterious ways, it was always unlikely a simple Asbo would curtail His activities.

Today Tottenham, tomorrow the Arsenal?

So Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, has been forced to rethink his anti-terror agenda, and, as the Telegraph says, he’s drawing up a list of “acceptable” religious activities.

These would include writing inflammatory articles, running a jihadist website or preaching messages of holy war.

Says Clarke: “In the circumstances we now face, I’ve decided it is right to broaden the use of these powers [to exclude people, from Britain] to deal with those who foment terrorism or seek to provoke others to terrorist acts.”

This, as the paper tells us, would lead to the exclusion of the likes of Sheikh Yussuf al-Qaradawi, who has apparently called off his speaking engagement at a rally in Manchester next month, and the expulsion of Abu Qatada, a Jordanian citizen living in the UK who has been dubbed “Osama bin Laden’s ambassador

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