En av de ekstreme imamene som Blair-regjeringen lyktes få utvist, Omar Bakri, har søkt om å få slippe inn igjen. Bakri slo seg ned i Libanon, og der vil han ikke være lenger. Han forsøkte å snike seg ombord i et britisk krigsskip som evakuerte kvinner og barn.
In March he boasted: «When I left England I bought a one-way ticket out. I never want to see the place again.»
But cowardly Bakri changed his tune as soon as bombs started dropping.
He contacted the British embassy asking to be allowed back to see the six children he deserted. Bakri said last night: ‘What concerns me is my safety. I’d be happy with a month’s visa but this morning they told me I couldn’t because I’m not a British citizen any more.'»
The Muslim cleric who fled Britain last year, tried to board a ship full of women and children yesterday but was turned away.
He also wrote to the British embassy asking to be allowed back on «humanitarian grounds».
In an email to officials, dole scrounger Bakri pleaded: «The current situation in Beirut left me without any choice but to appeal to you to grant me a visit visa to see my children for one month.»
But his bid to sneak on one of our ships was blocked at harbour gates by sharp-eyed officials. …
The mad mullah, who hailed terrorists as «magnificent» martyrs, bought a £150,000 bolthole in the exclusive Doha district of Beirut.