Fantastic news concerning the Muslim family of terrorist hate preacher Abu Qatada doing one out of the UK. It is one less burden on the British taxpayer, who were being extorted to the tune of over 800 pounds a week in states benefits to support the Islamic fundamentalist family of scroungers. Unfortunately as things stand at the minute. For every Muslim parasite leeching off the state that stops claiming like the Qadada’s. There is another 2 Muslim Asylum seekers or new immigrants at the job centre making a claim.
Qatada flew back to Jordan in July to face terror charges after an almost decade long battle that cost the taxpayer millions to extradite him.
A Home Office spokesperson said: “Abu Qatada’s wife and five children have now left the UK.
“The family has formally agreed to drop an outstanding application for Indefinite Leave to Remain.”
Abu Qatada’s wife and five children have now left the UK
A Home Office spokesperson
Their departure is expected to save the taxpayer over £40,000 a year and free up the scores of police officers who were protecting them.
The family had lived in Stanmore, north west London, where they had received over £800 a week in housing, council tax and child benefits and income support.
Qatada, 53, fled to Britain in 1993 with his wife and their first three children in 1993.
He claimed asylum on the grounds of religious persecution and was allowed to stay in Britain the following year.
The hate preacher went on the run in 2001 after being questioned over alleged links to a German terrorist group and was arrested in 2002.
He was detained at Belmarsh high security jail in south east London but was never charged.
Repeated attempts to deport him to Jordan were resisted by the European Courts on the grounds of infringement to his human rights.
Qatada gave up his fight to stay in Britain after the Jordanian government ratified a treaty guaranteeing him to fair trial.
His family have apparently been living in a council house in Middlesex for the past few months.
There presence has been protested against by neighbours and members of the English Defence League (EDL).