Neighbours' shock as extremist cleric Abu Qatada moves in to Harrow borough home

Harrow Times: One concerned neighbour shot this photograph of Mr Qatada smiling as he apparently returns from a shopping trip One concerned neighbour shot this photograph of Mr Qatada smiling as he apparently returns from a shopping trip

Neighbours of terror suspect Abu Qatada say they are shocked the extremist Muslim cleric has moved into their neighbourhood.

The controversial Islamist preacher moved into a three-bedroom detached house in the borough of Harrow last week after complaining of media harassment at his former address in Wembley.

Neighbours noticed surveillance cameras being installed on three lampposts around the property, as well as cars watching the house, before the cleric moved in with his wife and four out of five of his children.

They say they were not told the 52-year-old, whom the Home Office is attempting to extradite back to Jordan, had moved in.

Veronica Adams, 61, said: “I’m just really shocked. I wasn’t told about it and I don’t think that anyone else was told about it.

“It’s not something you really expect on your doorstep. I don’t know really know what to think about it, I’m just really surprised.”

Mr Qatada remains in the country on strict bail conditions including a 16-hour curfew and is banned from using a mobile phone or the internet.

He must wear an electronic tag and is restricted to whom he can meet.

Another neighbour, who would not be named, said: “We’ve noticed cars parked up for the night and there has been a bit of activity for about ten days or so.

“As long as the police do their job then I feel safe and we don’t have anything to worry about, but it’s very surprising to find out. They should have informed people who live nearby.”

The Jordanian was moved from his previous home after reportedly claiming it was too small. It is thought thousands of pounds are being spent on surveillance of the alleged terrorist.

Mr Qatada moved into the property following his latest appeal against deportation for terror charges last month.

His appeal was upheld after lawyers claimed he would not get a fair trial in his native Jordan, where he is wanted on charges of terrorism.

Home Secretary Theresa May has said she will continue her attempts to deport Mr Qatada. The Ministry of Justice revealed the cleric has received more than £500,000 in legal aid.

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10:48am Thu 20 Dec 12

pepsiman says...

6 million people dont want him. 6 million people paying his bills. You couldnt make it up..................
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6 million people dont want him. 6 million people paying his bills. You couldnt make it up.................. ......... pepsiman

11:16am Thu 20 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

Why have all other comments been removed?
Not afraid to let the people of Harrow speak are you Harrow council?
Why have all other comments been removed? Not afraid to let the people of Harrow speak are you Harrow council? Harrow Rani

3:34pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

We DO NOT WANT this terrorist here in Harrow, disrupting and radicalizing our borough. He must not be allowed to poison our community by visiting ANY. Harrow mosque or meeting their leaders. Get him OUT of Harrow, we don't want his extremism, his intolerance and Islamofascism here. We certainly do not want Harrow taxpayers funding his lifestyle while if he complains, his "rights" are greater than ours. Now let's se how robust Freedom of Speech is here in Harrow.
We DO NOT WANT this terrorist here in Harrow, disrupting and radicalizing our borough. He must not be allowed to poison our community by visiting ANY. Harrow mosque or meeting their leaders. Get him OUT of Harrow, we don't want his extremism, his intolerance and Islamofascism here. We certainly do not want Harrow taxpayers funding his lifestyle while if he complains, his "rights" are greater than ours. Now let's se how robust Freedom of Speech is here in Harrow. Jeremy Zeid

3:39pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

Thank you Jeremy. My previous posts on this odious man have been removed and my sentiments are the same as yours. Why have Harrow agreed to take this raving lunatic to live amongst us and why are we expected to pay for his lifetstyle.? And yes, why are his human rights greater than mine or yours? There is no freedom of speech in Harrow as demonstrated earlier by this paper removing mine and other like minded people's comments on this hateful man. Maybe because i challenged Harrow council to man up, they objected to my post and Harrow Times removed it.
Thank you Jeremy. My previous posts on this odious man have been removed and my sentiments are the same as yours. Why have Harrow agreed to take this raving lunatic to live amongst us and why are we expected to pay for his lifetstyle.? And yes, why are his human rights greater than mine or yours? There is no freedom of speech in Harrow as demonstrated earlier by this paper removing mine and other like minded people's comments on this hateful man. Maybe because i challenged Harrow council to man up, they objected to my post and Harrow Times removed it. Harrow Rani

3:48pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

Thanks Rani. More to the point, how long have the Council known about this and did any of he ruling Labour group voice any objection to the Home Office foisting this racist on us? Did the Home Office wave a bundle of cash at he Council knowing that they wouldn't refuse, and to Hell with us residents. Now you have one of the reasons that I joined UKIP. He'd have been on a plane long ago.
Thanks Rani. More to the point, how long have the Council known about this and did any of he ruling Labour group voice any objection to the Home Office foisting this racist on us? Did the Home Office wave a bundle of cash at he Council knowing that they wouldn't refuse, and to Hell with us residents. Now you have one of the reasons that I joined UKIP. He'd have been on a plane long ago. Jeremy Zeid

4:18pm Thu 20 Dec 12

pricklypilgrim says...

Oh for goodness' sake! Why? Is the council run by lunatics? Even his being in Brent felt 'too close' to me. The man belongs in Jordan. Why should my taxes feed him?
Oh for goodness' sake! Why? Is the council run by lunatics? Even his being in Brent felt 'too close' to me. The man belongs in Jordan. Why should my taxes feed him? pricklypilgrim

4:41pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Roadstar says...

Hi Harrow Rani, I believe that earlier comments were removed as the page had to be edited. They cannot say stanmore or a parcific place any more other than that he is in the bourgh of harrow. Crazy... we pay for him and can't be told where he is!
Hi Harrow Rani, I believe that earlier comments were removed as the page had to be edited. They cannot say stanmore or a parcific place any more other than that he is in the bourgh of harrow. Crazy... we pay for him and can't be told where he is! Roadstar

4:42pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

I'm waiting for the usual bland BS from the Council, couched in politics
lay correct terms, full of excuses and drenched with jargon and management-speak, about our being an "inclusive and welcoming" borough and all the usual vomit inducing codswallop. This is going to do a lot of damage as the more militant and radical elements are attracted to this dangerous fanatic like a lightning-rod. I predict tensions increasing especially around Wealdstone, Greenhill and their immediate environs. He must not be allowed anywhere net any Harrow mosque or their leaders and followers. He should be put on a plane to his home country and we'll deal with the bleatings of the courts and the "rights" merchants afterwards. We are not safe, Christians, Hindus, Jews and even Muslims as long as this racist Islamofascist is in this country.
I'm waiting for the usual bland BS from the Council, couched in politics lay correct terms, full of excuses and drenched with jargon and management-speak, about our being an "inclusive and welcoming" borough and all the usual vomit inducing codswallop. This is going to do a lot of damage as the more militant and radical elements are attracted to this dangerous fanatic like a lightning-rod. I predict tensions increasing especially around Wealdstone, Greenhill and their immediate environs. He must not be allowed anywhere net any Harrow mosque or their leaders and followers. He should be put on a plane to his home country and we'll deal with the bleatings of the courts and the "rights" merchants afterwards. We are not safe, Christians, Hindus, Jews and even Muslims as long as this racist Islamofascist is in this country. Jeremy Zeid

4:47pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

yes, this council is run by lunatics who by their actions have shown where their sympathies lie. This man belongs in Jordan - I dont care about his human rights as he has no respect for mine. the bitter pill we swallow is that this man's hateful preachings have to be supported by the honest and hardworking tax payers of harrow. How is this possible in a so called democracy? I am being forced to do something against my will because a low life scrounger's human rights have a higher value than mine? As an earlier poster said, you really could not mak this stuff up.
yes, this council is run by lunatics who by their actions have shown where their sympathies lie. This man belongs in Jordan - I dont care about his human rights as he has no respect for mine. the bitter pill we swallow is that this man's hateful preachings have to be supported by the honest and hardworking tax payers of harrow. How is this possible in a so called democracy? I am being forced to do something against my will because a low life scrounger's human rights have a higher value than mine? As an earlier poster said, you really could not mak this stuff up. Harrow Rani

4:53pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

Why are we merely posting on here. We should be united in doing something constructive to get Harrow council to listen to the people of Harrow,. How dare these jobsworths who run our council treat us like fools and hide this underhanded deal with the government from us. Jeremy is right, we will see an increase in tensions and no matter what harrow council's PR machine says, we are not that **** inclusive that we dont want to be protected from this man's vile hate preachings.
Why are we merely posting on here. We should be united in doing something constructive to get Harrow council to listen to the people of Harrow,. How dare these jobsworths who run our council treat us like fools and hide this underhanded deal with the government from us. Jeremy is right, we will see an increase in tensions and no matter what harrow council's PR machine says, we are not that **** inclusive that we dont want to be protected from this man's vile hate preachings. Harrow Rani

5:28pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

Because any other "direct action" plays into the hands of the extremists and their Hard-Left bedfellows. A few public questions to Cabinet and to Full Council should ruffle a few feathers. Love it or hate it, we follow the Law. Unfortunately as with the democratic process, the Radicals, Islamists and Hate-merchants know that unlike their despotic and oppressive system, this is also our weakness which they exploit. If we abandon our British Common Law then the Terrorists have won, which is what they want. The creeping database and surveillance state is part of our stupid pathetic politician's surrender to Islamofascism, but more importantly their opportunity to clamp down on our civil liberties and freedoms as it protects THEM while disempowering us. That is the second reason why I joined UKIP.
Because any other "direct action" plays into the hands of the extremists and their Hard-Left bedfellows. A few public questions to Cabinet and to Full Council should ruffle a few feathers. Love it or hate it, we follow the Law. Unfortunately as with the democratic process, the Radicals, Islamists and Hate-merchants know that unlike their despotic and oppressive system, this is also our weakness which they exploit. If we abandon our British Common Law then the Terrorists have won, which is what they want. The creeping database and surveillance state is part of our stupid pathetic politician's surrender to Islamofascism, but more importantly their opportunity to clamp down on our civil liberties and freedoms as it protects THEM while disempowering us. That is the second reason why I joined UKIP. Jeremy Zeid

5:37pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

I was thinking more of a petition rather than a full scale riot Jeremy but agree that a few well worded questions to Cabinet should bring forth some kind of justifiction albeit an unsatisfactory one. We cannot abandon common law, but, equally cannot continue to let Europe dictate to us. The fundementals of the Hum Rights Acts are being abused by these Radicals and we have to just put up with the governments decision to let fanatics like Qatada stick 2 fingers up at us! In which other country in the workd would this be allowd to happen? I now know your first tworeason, but what was the thrid reason for your joining UKIP?
I was thinking more of a petition rather than a full scale riot Jeremy but agree that a few well worded questions to Cabinet should bring forth some kind of justifiction albeit an unsatisfactory one. We cannot abandon common law, but, equally cannot continue to let Europe dictate to us. The fundementals of the Hum Rights Acts are being abused by these Radicals and we have to just put up with the governments decision to let fanatics like Qatada stick 2 fingers up at us! In which other country in the workd would this be allowd to happen? I now know your first tworeason, but what was the thrid reason for your joining UKIP? Harrow Rani

5:59pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

We should get together to run that petition, I'm in the book.
We should get together to run that petition, I'm in the book. Jeremy Zeid

6:16pm Thu 20 Dec 12

Jeremy Zeid says...

My third reason for joining UKIP? I got fed up watching the three parties all becoming the same except in name. What I liked immediately was he statement that previous membership of extremist right or left parties are not welcome and they and people of those leanings would be expelled. We are the only political party with these criteria, that prejudice and racism are a bar to membership. The politic are sound and its not all about Europe anymore.
My third reason for joining UKIP? I got fed up watching the three parties all becoming the same except in name. What I liked immediately was he statement that previous membership of extremist right or left parties are not welcome and they and people of those leanings would be expelled. We are the only political party with these criteria, that prejudice and racism are a bar to membership. The politic are sound and its not all about Europe anymore. Jeremy Zeid

8:08pm Thu 20 Dec 12

starbright says...

FURIOUS!!!!!!!
Harrow Rani and Jeremy Zeid you have both said everything and more that I would have posted! This man is hateful and incites hatred and we the people of Harrow should make it loud and clear we do not want him! As for Harrow Council I am not surprised at the spineless Michael Lockwood & Co for allowing this to happen. How dare you not consult us the taxpayers and people who live in this borough about this Odious man. Harrow Council you have rode rough shod over local residents for a long time, and it is now time for us to TELL YOU what we want, and that is to get this man out ! For those interested we will get a petition together, find his new address and campaign within the law outside his house. That way hopefully he will be moved on again only this time to Jordan! Big mistake Harrow Council!
FURIOUS!!!!!!! Harrow Rani and Jeremy Zeid you have both said everything and more that I would have posted! This man is hateful and incites hatred and we the people of Harrow should make it loud and clear we do not want him! As for Harrow Council I am not surprised at the spineless Michael Lockwood & Co for allowing this to happen. How dare you not consult us the taxpayers and people who live in this borough about this Odious man. Harrow Council you have rode rough shod over local residents for a long time, and it is now time for us to TELL YOU what we want, and that is to get this man out ! For those interested we will get a petition together, find his new address and campaign within the law outside his house. That way hopefully he will be moved on again only this time to Jordan! Big mistake Harrow Council! starbright

9:03pm Thu 20 Dec 12

diligaf says...

Starbright... Amen good comments!!! keep em coming!!
Starbright... Amen good comments!!! keep em coming!! diligaf

9:36pm Thu 20 Dec 12

starbright says...

Diligaf thank you. Blood boiling does not even begin to describe my feelings on this matter!
Diligaf thank you. Blood boiling does not even begin to describe my feelings on this matter! starbright

9:43pm Thu 20 Dec 12

starbright says...

Harrow Rani I have had comments removed before that were nowhere near offensive on other stories. I know for a fact that it is Harrow Council each time asking Harrow Times to remove them! Harrow Times you need to be stronger freedom of speech is the only way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Harrow Rani I have had comments removed before that were nowhere near offensive on other stories. I know for a fact that it is Harrow Council each time asking Harrow Times to remove them! Harrow Times you need to be stronger freedom of speech is the only way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!! starbright

9:49pm Thu 20 Dec 12

jackdaw says...

Suggest you attend the meeting on 10th January when you could raise your concerns with the deputy mayor for policing, Stephen Greenhalgh. See article below I have copied from the Harrow Times.

:00pm Monday 17th December 2012
By Emma Innes
The people of Harrow are being invited to have their say on the future of policing in the borough.
On January 10, at 5.30pm, a public consultation meeting will take place at the Civic Centre in Station Road.
The meeting will be chaired by Stephen Greenhalgh, the deputy mayor for policing and crime.
During the event Mr Greenhalgh will set out the Mayor’s strategy for reducing crime in Harrow.
The meeting will form part of the consultation on the draft Police and Crime Plan and attendees will be given the opportunity to express their thoughts and concerns on the proposal.
Mr Greenhalgh said: "Policing in the capital is changing and we want to hear the views of Londoners.
“In these challenging economic times, tough decisions will have to be made but ultimately we want to boost public confidence in the police, cut crime, and drive down waste.
“To do this we need to get more officers out on the streets and be smarter about the how we use police buildings including police stations and custody suites.
"These changes will, I believe, give London the dynamic, flexible police force it needs and improve the way Londoners interact with the first public service.”
During an eight week period there will be a public consultation meeting in each of London’s boroughs.

© Copyright 2001-2012 Newsquest Media Group
Suggest you attend the meeting on 10th January when you could raise your concerns with the deputy mayor for policing, Stephen Greenhalgh. See article below I have copied from the Harrow Times. :00pm Monday 17th December 2012 By Emma Innes The people of Harrow are being invited to have their say on the future of policing in the borough. On January 10, at 5.30pm, a public consultation meeting will take place at the Civic Centre in Station Road. The meeting will be chaired by Stephen Greenhalgh, the deputy mayor for policing and crime. During the event Mr Greenhalgh will set out the Mayor’s strategy for reducing crime in Harrow. The meeting will form part of the consultation on the draft Police and Crime Plan and attendees will be given the opportunity to express their thoughts and concerns on the proposal. Mr Greenhalgh said: "Policing in the capital is changing and we want to hear the views of Londoners. “In these challenging economic times, tough decisions will have to be made but ultimately we want to boost public confidence in the police, cut crime, and drive down waste. “To do this we need to get more officers out on the streets and be smarter about the how we use police buildings including police stations and custody suites. "These changes will, I believe, give London the dynamic, flexible police force it needs and improve the way Londoners interact with the first public service.” During an eight week period there will be a public consultation meeting in each of London’s boroughs. © Copyright 2001-2012 Newsquest Media Group jackdaw

11:21pm Thu 20 Dec 12

starbright says...

Roadstar you underestimate the power of the people. Trust me when I say those of us who care about the security and well being of our country and Harrow for that matter, will ensure he moves on!
Roadstar you underestimate the power of the people. Trust me when I say those of us who care about the security and well being of our country and Harrow for that matter, will ensure he moves on! starbright

10:05am Fri 21 Dec 12

Harrow Rani says...

Jackdaw - thanks for the nod on this one. Hopefully a few more people who have an iota of decency and care about these matters will also be there to voice their concerns
Jackdaw - thanks for the nod on this one. Hopefully a few more people who have an iota of decency and care about these matters will also be there to voice their concerns Harrow Rani

7:24am Sat 22 Dec 12

surfnutt says...

You all know whats going to happen dont you? Nothing thats what.
You all know whats going to happen dont you? Nothing thats what. surfnutt

9:36am Sat 22 Dec 12

Roadstar says...

Well according to the sun newspaper earlier, the house that he is living in, the landlord requested to his letting agent that no tenants should be terrorists. The landlord wants this guy removed from this property.
Well according to the sun newspaper earlier, the house that he is living in, the landlord requested to his letting agent that no tenants should be terrorists. The landlord wants this guy removed from this property. Roadstar

9:18pm Sat 22 Dec 12

starbright says...

Surfnutt what a defeatist attitude!
Surfnutt what a defeatist attitude! starbright

10:05pm Sat 22 Dec 12

simes18 says...

It may be too late to cancel the next Council Tax payment, but if he's still here can we stop payment from April until he's gone?
It may be too late to cancel the next Council Tax payment, but if he's still here can we stop payment from April until he's gone? simes18

8:53am Sun 23 Dec 12

DimSum says...

Ah ! So have the ongoing celebrations concerning Harrow cultural diversity hit a brick wall now ? Reap what you sow springs to mind.
Ah ! So have the ongoing celebrations concerning Harrow cultural diversity hit a brick wall now ? Reap what you sow springs to mind. DimSum

12:18pm Sun 23 Dec 12

jackdaw says...

I suggest this terrorist and his family are sent to live with the person who gave him permission to remain in this country.
I suggest this terrorist and his family are sent to live with the person who gave him permission to remain in this country. jackdaw

2:35pm Sun 23 Dec 12

starbright says...

Dimsum if you want to make a comment next time make it an intelligent one!
Dimsum if you want to make a comment next time make it an intelligent one! starbright

8:33pm Sun 23 Dec 12

StanmoreGirl says...

I get the feeling I am going to be totally lambasted for this, but I feel perhaps the council had little or no choice in the matter. From what I have read, the estate agent let it to an 'American company' who had connections to the home office. It is not as if the landlady let the house to the council first. It is a private let through an estate agent... If the Home Office want something done, do you think the council has the power to stop it? Whatever the case, this and the surrounding roads will be safer for a while. And the fly tipping on the adjacent road (which my husband is fed up of complaining to the council about!) will disappear thanks to the police presence!
I get the feeling I am going to be totally lambasted for this, but I feel perhaps the council had little or no choice in the matter. From what I have read, the estate agent let it to an 'American company' who had connections to the home office. It is not as if the landlady let the house to the council first. It is a private let through an estate agent... If the Home Office want something done, do you think the council has the power to stop it? Whatever the case, this and the surrounding roads will be safer for a while. And the fly tipping on the adjacent road (which my husband is fed up of complaining to the council about!) will disappear thanks to the police presence! StanmoreGirl

10:34pm Sun 23 Dec 12

Roadstar says...

That is cheap StanmoreGirl. I hope that he is your neighbour and you or your husband don't end up getting hurt. Fly tipping opposed to terroism is different, and I suggest you think before you speak.
That is cheap StanmoreGirl. I hope that he is your neighbour and you or your husband don't end up getting hurt. Fly tipping opposed to terroism is different, and I suggest you think before you speak. Roadstar

12:37am Mon 24 Dec 12

StanmoreGirl says...

Dear Roadstar. Thank you for your comment. You seem to have missed my main point and instead concentrated on my comment regarding fly tipping which was meant to be somewhat light hearted. However, considering he really IS my neighbour, I DO know what is at stake. Not only for my family, but my neighbours and my country too. Nobody wants him here whether its on your road, town, city or country. So why dont you put your money where your mouth is, as I will, and DO SOMETHING, other than complain on a message board. Write to your M.P. or organise a petition or something other than policing other people's comments so judgementally. And I stand by my comment that the immediate area will be safer because of the police presence.
Dear Roadstar. Thank you for your comment. You seem to have missed my main point and instead concentrated on my comment regarding fly tipping which was meant to be somewhat light hearted. However, considering he really IS my neighbour, I DO know what is at stake. Not only for my family, but my neighbours and my country too. Nobody wants him here whether its on your road, town, city or country. So why dont you put your money where your mouth is, as I will, and DO SOMETHING, other than complain on a message board. Write to your M.P. or organise a petition or something other than policing other people's comments so judgementally. And I stand by my comment that the immediate area will be safer because of the police presence. StanmoreGirl

3:47am Mon 24 Dec 12

DimSum says...

Just what I said starbright . . . . reap what you . . . Harrow is a dumping ground, much the same as Hounslow. Talking of fly tipping (stanmoregirl), that is what Harrow is, human fly tipping dump. I used to love Harrow when it was a London suburb . . . alas !
Just what I said starbright . . . . reap what you . . . Harrow is a dumping ground, much the same as Hounslow. Talking of fly tipping (stanmoregirl), that is what Harrow is, human fly tipping dump. I used to love Harrow when it was a London suburb . . . alas ! DimSum

3:52am Mon 24 Dec 12

DimSum says...

StanmoreGirl wrote:
I get the feeling I am going to be totally lambasted for this, but I feel perhaps the council had little or no choice in the matter. From what I have read, the estate agent let it to an 'American company' who had connections to the home office. It is not as if the landlady let the house to the council first. It is a private let through an estate agent... If the Home Office want something done, do you think the council has the power to stop it? Whatever the case, this and the surrounding roads will be safer for a while. And the fly tipping on the adjacent road (which my husband is fed up of complaining to the council about!) will disappear thanks to the police presence!
TOTALLY LAMBASTED. Hope you enjoy his company. Don't forget he is tagged and loves three sugars in his tea.
[quote][p][bold]StanmoreGirl[/bold] wrote: I get the feeling I am going to be totally lambasted for this, but I feel perhaps the council had little or no choice in the matter. From what I have read, the estate agent let it to an 'American company' who had connections to the home office. It is not as if the landlady let the house to the council first. It is a private let through an estate agent... If the Home Office want something done, do you think the council has the power to stop it? Whatever the case, this and the surrounding roads will be safer for a while. And the fly tipping on the adjacent road (which my husband is fed up of complaining to the council about!) will disappear thanks to the police presence![/p][/quote]TOTALLY LAMBASTED. Hope you enjoy his company. Don't forget he is tagged and loves three sugars in his tea. DimSum

4:08am Mon 24 Dec 12

DimSum says...

starbright wrote:
Dimsum if you want to make a comment next time make it an intelligent one!
Thanks for the advice. Hope you continue to enjoy living in the trashy human dump called Harrow. Diversity, lol !
[quote][p][bold]starbright[/bold] wrote: Dimsum if you want to make a comment next time make it an intelligent one![/p][/quote]Thanks for the advice. Hope you continue to enjoy living in the trashy human dump called Harrow. Diversity, lol ! DimSum

5:29am Mon 24 Dec 12

Roadstar says...

StanmoreGirl, for your information, I am trying to approach the relevant people to get him out. I am sure that everyone who posted comments have also showed their concerns. The message board shows that as a community that we are expressing our opinions, which is a good thing. And I am even more stunned at your view that you want him out, but you also want him there as you are enjoying more police presence...
StanmoreGirl, for your information, I am trying to approach the relevant people to get him out. I am sure that everyone who posted comments have also showed their concerns. The message board shows that as a community that we are expressing our opinions, which is a good thing. And I am even more stunned at your view that you want him out, but you also want him there as you are enjoying more police presence... Roadstar

12:56am Tue 25 Dec 12

starbright says...

Stanmore Girl unbelievable comments are you for real? You may feel safe with the police presence, but it is his extremist followers you should worry about. Of course the Council knew........they had a choice they could have refused to take him! I find it strange thay have only moved him approx 8 miles away from where he lived previously? One wonders if he has connections with the mosque in Harrow?
Stanmore Girl unbelievable comments are you for real? You may feel safe with the police presence, but it is his extremist followers you should worry about. Of course the Council knew........they had a choice they could have refused to take him! I find it strange thay have only moved him approx 8 miles away from where he lived previously? One wonders if he has connections with the mosque in Harrow? starbright

3:51am Tue 25 Dec 12

DimSum says...

Ethnic diversity disconnects. Only in Harrow !
Ethnic diversity disconnects. Only in Harrow ! DimSum

4:00am Tue 25 Dec 12

DimSum says...

Have your cake and eat it !
Have your cake and eat it ! DimSum

10:21pm Tue 25 Dec 12

Roadstar says...

Merry Christmas people. Hope you have had a good one. Dimsum don't say anymore to embarrass yourself. Starbright tried to tell you , but now I'm telling you, speak English
Merry Christmas people. Hope you have had a good one. Dimsum don't say anymore to embarrass yourself. Starbright tried to tell you , but now I'm telling you, speak English Roadstar

8:31am Wed 26 Dec 12

DimSum says...

Roadstar . . . . read between the lines.
Roadstar . . . . read between the lines. DimSum

12:02pm Wed 26 Dec 12

jackdaw says...

The petition to deport Piers Morgan has already hit the 25,000 signature threshold to get a White House response. By this morning, it has had 69,361 signatures.

He is asking for the gun laws to be looked at and they want to deport him!!

How come they can get that number of signatures ro deport Piers Morgan who is acting from best intent and we can get nowhere trying to deport Abu Qatada who has no good intentions?
The petition to deport Piers Morgan has already hit the 25,000 signature threshold to get a White House response. By this morning, it has had 69,361 signatures. He is asking for the gun laws to be looked at and they want to deport him!! How come they can get that number of signatures ro deport Piers Morgan who is acting from best intent and we can get nowhere trying to deport Abu Qatada who has no good intentions? jackdaw

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