Janice Atkinson Calls For Deportation Of Dating Site Bomb Plotters Who Planned UK Christmas Carnage

Janice Atkinson, Independent MEP, Calls For Deportation Of Dating Site Bomb Plotters Who Planned UK Christmas Carnage

‘If International Law Still Claims We Can’t Then Tell Them We Can’

Independent MEP and Brexiteer Janice Atkinson has called for the immediate deportation of an Islamic terrorist couple who met on a Muslim dating site and bought the deadly ingredients for a deadly Christmas bomb at ASDA.

The Jihadi couple, Munir Mohammed,36, and Rowaida El-Hassan, 33, were convicted this week of plotting a massive bomb explosion to strike at Christmas 2017. (sure it was 2016 – they were arrested December 2 or 3 2016)

Mohammed was a Sudanese illegal immigrant-turned-asylum-seeker who arrived in the UK on the back of a lorry four years ago. He met El Hassan, also originally from Sudan, who was raised in the UK after she arrived at the age of three and who obtained a degree from University College London, on the dating site – singlemuslim.com – supposedly looking for love.

The court heard that within weeks of meeting they were exchanging barbarous beheading videos and using online sites and message boards to plot a terror attack using the using chemicals and explosives known as the “mother of Satan”. Under the guidance of an ISIS state commander they  also plotted to poison food using the deadly ricin chemical.

Judge Michael Topolski warned the couple – described in court as “ideological soulmates” – to expect long sentences in UK jails.

But Janice said:

“It is a monstrous affont to justice, security and British tolerance to do anything with this murderous pair other than to deport them. They should not be kept for a day longer than necessary in the relative comfort of a UK jail where, at vast expense to the taxpayer, they may well poison other minds.

“Munir illegally smuggled himself into the UK before preying on our pathetically weak and liberal asylum system. El-Hussain, brought up and educated to university level by the UK, rejected all the values of a society which welcomed and nurtured her. Instead she sought to murder masses of its citizens.

“The home secretary should immediately begin the process of stripping them of their UK citizenship and deporting them to their original countries. The UK, having once offered them sanctuary, compassion and tolerance, now has no responsibility for what their fate may be in the future – as long as it does not affect the safety of our citizens.

“Whatever international law may say about deporting citizens without dual nationality we as a civilised nation, defending our culture, heritage and citizens, have to demonstrate zero-tolerance to this pair and to other Jihadists now incarcerated in our jails.

“Some claim, quoting the 1997 Convention, that is against international law to deport citizens without dual nationality. I, and others, do not believe this is the case under the British Nationality Act 1948 since the subsequent 1997 Convention on statelessness was never ratified by the United Kingdom (see below).

“Whatever the case, Brexit Britain has to be at the forefront along with our friends in the rising populist parties in Europe and the USA of making clear changes to ensure that international law makes clear the rights of a nation to deport those whose actions threaten its citizens’ lives and values.

“Making clear that everyone knows that citizenship is a privilege which can be withdrawn as well as bestowed will send a powerful message to migrants trying under false pretences to get into our country, and to those already granted citizenship and who subsequently vilely abuse it.

“Without this, the UK and other Western nations will see the jihadist threat to its citizens’ security and way of life to spiral totally out of control.”


May “caving in” to Brussels’ demands


The first stage talks on Brexit concluded with Theresa May caving in to Brussels’ demands: more ECJ rule (for at least eight years), complying with single market and customs union rules in a transition period of somewhere in the region of two years.  Careful not to give an end date for the UK to end the transition period, this means the UK has uncontrolled immigration for at least another two years and the unacceptable ECJ having judicial supremacy over British courts. This is not what the UK voted for.

 Back in Blighty, Mrs May seems to have grown bolder, although still not committing to an end date for transition, she stated yesterday in Parliament that we would be leaving the single market and customs union during the transition.  The trouble is, we just don’t believe her and neither do the Brexiteers in her cabinet.

 I was in Washington when President Trump announced that the US would be moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.  I really do not understand the uproar, from the UN, the EU and the UK, surely he’s just implementing what other presidents have been saying would happen for the past twenty years, as in his election promises?

But that’s the problem, he’s delivering on jobs, the wall (nearly), economic growth and the travel ban.  That’s what the other politicians particularly dislike:  delivering your promises to the electorate.



Poland: Article 7 versus Article 50


Poland may find itself the pariah of the EU when it could be stripped of its EU voting rights.

 I would say to Poland, stand strong, you are elected by the people with a mandate for reform.  Remember, the UK voted to leave the EU to take back control of our sovereignty. It was unacceptable for the British to see the unelected Commission deciding our laws with Parliament unable to change or reject laws that were incompatible with the British way of life and business.

 You have a friend in President Trump, whose strong support for sovereign states should hearten you. He’s backed up by his secretary of state for trade, Wilbur Ross, and defence secretary, James Mattis who have both recently spoke of the importance and supremacy of the nation state.  Their opinion of the EU is very low indeed.

 Poland is a strong, proud country, a member of NATO, your economy is strong and your status in the world is high.  You are strong within the Visegrad, you are protecting your borders, culture, identity and way of life.  Do not become like the Western EU states, who have seen their cities taken over by alien migrants that do not respect our rule of law, our women and our way of life. Stand strong against migrant quotas, the defence of your courts, your media and your voters.

Mr Morawiecki, Britain is leaving the EU to return to being a sovereign state. My advice is, do not be bullied and sanctioned by unelected bureaucrats. If they trigger Article 7, be bold and trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and leave the EU.