Convicted Islamic terrorist cannot be deported from Ireland, Supreme Court rules

A CONVICTED Islamic terrorist cannot be deported from Ireland after the Supreme Court ruled the Justice Minister must re-examine his case.

Former Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald ordered the deportation of the Algerian, who has been linked to al-Qa’ida.

But following a lengthy legal battle the Supreme Court today quashed a decision by the minister not to revoke the order.

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  • BillyHW

    If you oppose capital punishment then you are a gravely immoral person who refuses to accept God’s direct commandments to kill people such as this in both the Old and New Testaments.

  • simus1

    Deport the scum terrorist and if he turns up back in Ireland within a week with a new fake ID, behead the judge.
    Next case: Shamus Mohamed vs Guinness & djinns unknown.

  • Ed

    “…he could not be deported without his rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights being breached…”

    A law no Irish citizen was allowed to vote on.

  • Millie_Woods

    For years I’ve been saying the courts are far too liberal and have far too much power. In terms of wielding executive authority to the detriment of the general populace, they make our feckless politicians look like patriotic nationalistic martyrs.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      They also give our politicians the cover of feigned helplessness.