Tuesday, May 05, 2009
NAMED AND SHAMED IN THE UK
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SIXTEEN of Britain’s LEAST wanted can today be named and shamed by The Sun in a roll call of hate-mongers.
The 15 men and one woman have been banned from entering the UK since October as part of a crackdown by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
The monsters’ list includes Islamic hate preachers, Russian skinhead killers plus US neo-Nazis — and even a former GRAND WIZARD of the Ku Klux Klan.
Ms Smith said: “Coming to the UK is a privilege. I refuse to extend that to individuals who abuse our standards and values to undermine our way of life.
“Therefore, I will not hesitate to name and shame those who foster extremist views, as I want them to know they are not welcome here.”
Despicable Shirley Phelps, 51, and father Fred, 79 — who picket US soldiers’ funerals saying it is a punishment from God as America tolerates gays — head the list.
The Westboro Baptist Church leaders were stopped from entering the UK to protest against a play by a gay youth group in February.
Islamic radical Dr Yunis Al Astal — who branded Jews “pigs” and “apes” — is joined on the list by fellow hate preacher Dr Wagdy Mohamed Ghoneim, 58.
Also banned are teenage skinheads Artur Ryno and Pavel Skachevsky. They are serving ten years for killing 20 people in a bid to “cleanse” Russia of foreigners. Others barred include ex-KKK Grand Wizard Stephen ‘Don’ Black, 55, and neo-Nazi Erich Gliebe, 46.
Suicide bomber supporter Abdul Ali Musa, 64, and Hezbollah terrorist and murderer Samir Al Quntar are banned.
Far-right US talkshow host Mike Savage, 57, was also on the roll call.
Making up the 16 were Jewish radical Michael Guzofsky, preachers Abdullah Qadri Al Ahdal, Safwat Hijazi and Amir Siddique, plus Kashmiri terror group leader Nasr Javed.
The full list comprises 101 people who have “engaged in unacceptable behaviour” since 2005.
Six will not be named as it would threaten national security. The other 79 may be exposed later.
A Home Office source said: “This isn’t about stopping freedom of speech. It’s about stopping people who foster hatred from entering Britain.”
Posted by Nikki at 5/05/2009 11:06:00 AM