Home Secretary Jacqui Smith under fire for allowing two leading terrorist sympathizers to enter Britain while keeping out critics of Islam.
Both spoke at the House of Commons last week at a pro-Palestinian meeting organised by a far-left Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn. One is Hussein Al Hajj Hassan, a member of the political wing of Lebanese terror group Hezbollah. The other is Dyab Abou Jahjah, a Belgian Muslim firebrand who has published disgusting anti-Semitic cartoons. One showed Adolf Hitler and 15-year-old Holocaust victim Anne Frank both naked in bed with the caption: “Write that in your diary, Anne.”
A Home Office source said last night Ms Smith had been alerted that Jahjah was on his way and was preparing to ban him. But by the time officials had completed the paperwork he had already arrived. The source said: “If Jahjah puts a foot wrong he will be arrested.” (Ewwwww, I bet that scared him.)
The failure to keep both men out during the G20 summit comes in the same week she was given a final warning by Gordon Brown in the row over hiring adult films on expenses. It also comes less than two months after she publicly banned anti-Muslim Dutch MP Geert Wilders from entering the UK. (Not to worry, if Smith throws them out, Obama will welcome them with open arms)
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