Initiate extradition proceedings Hamza Masri to the United States May be done in less than 3 weeks

Posted on September 25, 2012


– September 25, 2012
London – Mustafa visited the
Ministry of Interior began deportation proceedings British radical Islamic preacher Hamza Masri to the United States for trial on terrorism-related allegations, after they refused the highest body in the European Court of Human Rights appeal the decision handed over to U.S. authorities.

It is possible to be deported in less than three weeks from now.

The decision comes after the European Court based in the French city of Strasbourg-based whether their human rights violated if he was convicted after trial in America, and whether imprisonment lead to torture or humiliation, which is a violation of human rights.

The European judges acknowledged the support of their decision last April to deport Hamza
And it would not constitute a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.

The Islamic preacher Hamza Masri (54 years), whose real name is Mustafa Kamal Mustafa, accused by Washington of 11 counts in terrorism cases, including his participation in the kidnapping of 16 tourists foreigners in Yemen in 1998, killing 4 of them during the process of their release made by the Yemeni army.

It is also accused of working to facilitate the establishment of a terrorist training camp in the U.S. state of Oregon in 2000.

Hamza sitting in London’s Belmarsh prison, and has already been sentenced to 7 years in prison after being convicted of incitement to murder and racial hatred in 2006.

And welcomed the Secretary of the Interior, “Theresa May” the court’s decision, said Interior Ministry spokesman said the work went for extradition to the U.S. authorities as soon as possible.

This included the judicial decision of the European Court of 4 other people wanted by the U.S. authorities for their involvement with former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in the bombing of U.S. embassies.

Vahmd Babar, the United States accuses of collecting donations for the jihadists, which is currently languishing in jail without trial since 2004, and calls his family to stop deportation proceedings pending a decision whether to prosecute Babar Ahmad in Britain.

The rest of the suspects in terrorist cases are: Syed Talha Ahsan, Adel Abdul Bari and both were involved with Babar Ahmad. The Saudi Khalid Fawaz America contends that it was bin Laden’s deputy in London.

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