A Jordanian jihadi living in the UK, who cannot be identified, is using legal aid to help in his fight against deportationA terrorist fighting
deportation has won £250,000 in legal aid despite being caught with jihadi manuals on attacking nightclubs and airports.The extremist,
who cannot be identified, was granted the taxpayer funds even though he was described in court as the ‘very model of a modern Al Qaeda terrorist’.
He is using some of the money to try to stay in the country following a nine-year prison sentence. He claims throwing him out would breach his human rights.
The payments are particularly alarming following the atrocities in Westminster,
Manchester and London Bridge that cost 36 innocent lives.And the election result has cast