UK: Muslim migrant convicted rapist BACK ON STREETS after plane passengers stopped his deportation


Plane passengers successfully prevented the deportation of this savage without knowing, or apparently caring, why he was being deported in the first place. Why didn’t they have any concern about what kind of crime he committed to get himself deported? As it turns out, he was a rapist. These passengers would apparently prefer that the UK be inundated with Muslim migrants, and that Britain become unsafe for women and Jews and other non-Muslims, than that those who are slated be deportation be sent back. Well, they are going to get the UK they want. But this particular man was convicted. Why is he on the streets? Why are leftist mobs on plane dictating justice in the UK?

“Plane mutiny rapist is back on our streets: Convicted Somalian is living in England as lawyers fight his extradition,” by Mark Hookham, Mail On Sunday, April 14, 2019:

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A rapist whose deportation was halted when airline passengers staged a mutiny is back on the streets after being released on bail, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Yaqub Ahmed, who should have been deported to his native Somalia last October, was released on bail four weeks ago.

He is now living in the North West as his legal team continue to fight his deportation.

Ahmed, 29, was convicted and jailed with three other men for the sickening gang rape of a 16-year-old girl in 2007.

News of his release comes a week after his victim bravely spoke of her fear and anger that her attacker remains in the UK.

Hannah – not her real name – last night reacted with horror to news that Ahmed is no longer behind bars. ‘It’s just disgusting and it adds pressure on to me,’ she said.

‘He should be in a detention centre where he is kept away from the public.

‘He has done something heinous and he was meant to be deported for it and now he is still roaming about – it’s absolutely ridiculous.

‘Knowing that he is roaming around doesn’t make me feel any safer. It just gets worse.’

The deportation of Ahmed, who was given a nine-year jail term, was abandoned shortly before the aircraft was due to leave London for Turkey after a group of passengers – who were unaware of his crime – took pity on him and intervened.

In a video of the incident, Ahmed is seen screaming as passengers shout: ‘Take him off the plane!’

Last week, The Mail on Sunday revealed Ahmed had been listed to appear before an immigration tribunal in Nottingham on March 14, but the Home Office and the tribunal refused to provide details of what happened.

This newspaper has now established it was a bail hearing during which Ahmed’s lawyers successfully argued that he should be released into the community….

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