Stupid Human Rights Laws have once again defeated common sense in a British law court where 9 Islamic extremists have had their ASBOs overturned in the Court Of Appeal. The fundamentalists were jailed for two violent pack attacks in central London. One when violence erupted between Shia Muslims and the Islamists. The other when the 9 salafists pack attacked a lone football fan. Counter Terrorism police applied for Asbos which among other things, banned the men from associating together in public and put strict restrictions on their ability to perform ‘Da’wah'(recruiting new Muslims)
But now thanks to barmy ECHR laws the asbo’s have been overturned as apparently to stop them setting up an illegal dawah stall in our town centres for them to attempt to convert the public and make hate filled anti British rants from is in breach of their human rights! Imagine Christians doing the same in Muslim nation. They would be lynched not protected by senseless dogooder laws.
The Islamists we were given the asbos we already know are thugs who are more than happy to use violence on those with opposing views. Good enough reason as any for the police orders. The courts decision seems even more ridiculous, insane even when you know who these Muslim thugs are.
The nine fundamentalists are not just any random thugs either, they just so happen to be members of hate preacher Anjem Choudrys Islamist group ( Al-Muhajiroun / need4kalif / Muslims against crusades/ Islam4UK etc). Hardcore Muslim extremists who for over a decade have spewed out their hate on British streets. Celebrating terrorist attacks, providing funds and sending Muslims abroad to fight jihad. Their members have been implicated in countless terror plots including Lee Rigbys murder. Utter hate filled fundamentalists who despise everything about our nation, its infidel people and their culture.
Well other than the benefit system that is of course as they are more than happy to live off state handouts!!
It was in response to this group of Islamists abusing returning British forces and their families in Luton that prompted the formation of the English Defence League . Several of those who appealed their anti Dawah asbo’s – Jalal Ahmed, Yousaf Bashir, Munim Abdul and Jubair Ahmed were all were convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour likely to cause harassment and distress at the troops homecoming.
Amongst the 9 who had their asbo overturned was notorious Luton extremist Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir aka Sayful Islam . Many will remember Islam as the violent bearded Islamist who assaulted Tommy Robinson as he drove through Bury Park filming an interview with an American film crew.
Another well known Islamist involved in the violence was ginger convert Jordan Horner who was part of the Muslim Patrol mob who terrorized the non Muslim public in East London where extremists attempted to enforce sharia law by bullying innocent people who they deemed not to be acting in an Islamic way. Horner is a career criminal and frequent guest at one of Her Majesty’s Prisons. Even declaring he enjoyed his stays as it was easy to convert and radicalise fellow inmates
Nine Luton muslim men involved in violent attack on football fan have ASBOs overturned
NINE muslim men who were caught up in violence in public demonstrations and gatherings today had their Asbos overturned by top judges at the Court of Appeal.
The Sunni men, all from Luton, had been involved variously in violent clashes in London with Shia muslims and with a football fan.
In an incident in Edgware Road, victims were left battered and bruised after they were attacked during a protest march.
The football fan, attacked after approaching an Islamic stall in Oxford Street, was subjected to a vicious beating.
All nine received jail terms, but were also hit with anti-social behaviour orders at the Old Bailey in January.
The Asbos, among other things, banned the men from associating together in public and put strict restrictions on their ability to perform ‘Da’wah’ – proselytizing Islam.
Last month, they appealed against the imposition of the Asbos, which they said were a violation of their human rights.
And today, after taking a month to consider the case, Lady Justice Macur returned to court to quash the orders.
‘We conclude that all the prohibitions are unjustified in principle: they were not shown to be necessary and represent a disproportionate restriction on their rights and freedoms,’ she said.
The Court of Appeal heard the first incident took place in May 2013, when protestors planned to march from the Regent’s Park Mosque to the Syrian embassy.
Prosecutors alleged the march was sectarian, with anti-Shia banners carried and offensive slogans chanted.
Trouble was sparked when a Shia man remonstrated with the marchers in Edgware Road and was abused and doused with water.
While march organiser Anjem Choudhary was interviewed by a journalist, another man was punched to the ground and set upon.
Another victim was attacked with a flag pole and struck twice, before he was kicked by several people on the ground.
Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir, Mohan Uddin and Kamran Khan were among those who were involved.
Uddin and Khan – along with Moshiur Rahman, Naseer Khan, Qadeer Ahmed, Yousef Bashir, Jalal Ahmed and Munim Abdul – were also involved in Oxford Street days later.
Violence began there at a Da’wah stall, when a football fan approached and ‘may have made inflammatory comments’, said the judge.
When he emerged from a nearby pub later, he was set upon, knocked to the ground and kicked and punched repeatedly.
Qadeer Ahmed threw himself at the victim, before Naseer Khan kicked and stamped on him.
Bashir passed his crutch to Uddin, who brandished it in the direction of the victim.
Abdul also kicked the man, while Jalal Ahmed was said to be in the thick of the action, behaving ‘menacingly’ towards people.
The eight men admitted affray over the Oxford Street incident, while Uddin and Alamgir were found guilty of violent disorder and Kamran Khan of affray over the Edgware Road clash.
At the Old Bailey, Judge Paul Worsley QC said he considered the Asbos were necessary to prevent further incidents.
But lawyers representing the nine men argued at the Court of Appeal that the orders were not justified.
Giving judgment, Lady Justice Macur, sitting with Mr Justice Andrew Smith and Judge Jeremy Carey, said the restrictions on Da’wah were a breach of the men’s human right to be able to practise their religion.
And to put restrictions on them doing so was not necessary, as the Oxford Street incident was not the result of the stall, but of a private clash with the football fan.
‘As we see it, the operation of the Da’wah stall was part of the background to the violent episode, but it was not the cause,’ she said in her judgment.
She continued: ‘We conclude that the Asbos against all the appellants should be quashed, and the appeals allowed accordingly.’
Naseer Khan, 33, of Ascot Road; Qadeer Ahmed, 30, of Highfield Road; Jalal Ahmed, 27, of Cavendish Road; Yousef Bashir, 35, of Dane Road; and Munim Abdul, 34, of Hampton Road, were all jailed for 29 weeks.
Kamran Khan, 31, of Wodecroft Road, got 55 weeks; Moshiur Rahman, 34, of Dane Road, got 21 weeks; Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir, 36, of Kenilworth Road, got 10 months; and Mohan Uddin, 38, of Trinity Road, got 21 months and three weeks.