Sheikh Raed Salah wins appeal against British gov’t deportation

الذين كفروا وصدوا عن سبيل الله أضل أعمالهم

Qur’aan 47:1

[ PIC 07/04/2012 – 05:53 PM ]

LONDON, (PIC)– Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, the leader of the Islamic movement in 1948 occupied Palestine, has won his appeal against the British government’s attempt to deport him from the United Kingdom, spokesman for the movement Naji Zuhaidat said on Saturday.

Nujaidat told Quds Press that the important thing is the moral and symbolic victory, which he described as a Palestinian, Arab, and Islamic achievement since Salah returns home with no stain on his character or against his name.

Sheikh Raed came to London at the invitation of Middle East Monitor (MEMO) in June last year for a 10-day speaking tour, primarily to speak to parliamentarians at Westminster. His program was publicized well in advance but attracted no interest from security officials, the UK Border Agency or the Home Office.

Two days into the tour, the Home Office claimed that a banning order had been placed on the Sheikh and he was arrested at his hotel in London. Following an initial spell in custody, Sheikh Raed has been living in London under a curfew having opted to stay in Britain to clear his name. He has had to report to a local police station on a daily basis and restrictions were in place to prevent him from speaking in public.

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