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Shaykh Raed Salah Wins Appeal Against Home Office Deportation Order

Good news from MEMO: the Palestinian leader, Shaykh Raed Salah, who you may recall was arrested in the UK in June 2011 while on a speaking tour, after the Home Office issued a banning order against him, has won his … Continue reading

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Immigration Tribunal Upholds Raed Salah Ban

MEMO reports that the Immigration Tribunal has upheld the Home Secretary Theresa May’s decision to ban the Palestinian leader, Shaykh Raed Salah, from the UK. Readers may recall that Raed Salah was arrested soon after arriving in the UK for … Continue reading

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The Curious Relationship Between the CST and the Home Office

An article on the Guardian’s website today provides very important background about why the government acted to ban and subsequently arrest the Palestinian activist Shaykh Raed Salah almost three months ago. I wrote at the time that the Home Office … Continue reading

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Raed Salah Freed on Bail

Wonderful news from the Friends of al-Aqsa. 15 July 2011 Shaykh Raed Salah’s application for bail was accepted today by a High Court judge. Despite being denied bail last week, Shaykh Raed’s appeal was successful and he is no longer … Continue reading

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The UK arrest of Shaykh Raed Salah and Our Craven Media

I was about to take a seat in the departure lounge at Gatwick Airport on Wednesday evening waiting for my flight to Marseille where I was going to install and deploy a Cisco firewall at a branch office, when my … Continue reading

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