Will He , Won't he ? Abu Qatada.

  john bunyan 10 May 13

Having cost the taxpayer millions Abu Qatada now hints he may agree to go to Jordan if they ratify the treaty. Theresa May must be breathing a sigh of relief.

Abu Qatada

  carver 10 May 13

Don't hold your breath.

  fourm member 10 May 13

I don't doubt that Abu Qatada, like all religious fanatics, is a most unpleasant person but I'm interested to see that he appears not to fear a fair trial in Jordan.

If, and I'm only speculating here, if he was found not guilty by that trial would people accept it as fair?

  wiz-king 10 May 13

I wont hold my breath whilst the pink pigs are flying.

  carver 10 May 13

wiz-king I'm glad you've seen them as well, just thought I'd had to much to drink.

  Kevscar1 10 May 13

Very late April Fools

  Mr Mistoffelees 10 May 13

I don't care how or why he is removed from this country and returned to Jordan, just make it sooner rather than later.

  Aitchbee 10 May 13

If he is found 'not guilty' in a Jordan court-of-law, will he then be able to return to the UK, if he so desires?

  john bunyan 10 May 13

"If he is found 'not guilty' in a Jordan court-of-law, will he then be able to return to the UK, if he so desires?"

I think not, as he is, I believe, a Palestinian of Jordan origin so presumably could be refused entry.

  Forum Editor 10 May 13

He is a Jordanian national. He was born in Bethlehem which at the time (1960) was under Jordan's control.

I wouldn't give much for his chances of ever being allowed back into the UK, once he leaves.


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