Monday, 14 March 2011

Muslim Terrorist Charged in Glasgow

Yet again it seems the Muslim terrorist was an asylum seeker. A Home Office study revealed that around one quarter of those arrested on terrorism offences were asylum seekers. The treaty that governs the granting of asylum contains a clear national security exception allowing any signatory state to suspend the provisions of the treaty if it believes its national security would be threatened by continuing to implement them. Yet our governments refuse to invoke this national security exception, pleading that they have international obligations which must be fulfilled.

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