CBN’s Erick Stakelbeck has an eye-opening new report in which he interviews some of London’s leading Islamic radicals. Several of them are wanted on terrorism charges in other nations, but free to live in Britain — in some cases receiving government welfare benefits.
Among the anecdotes:
CBN News recently conducted an off-camera interview with al-Faqih in his London home.
He was designated by the U.S. and U.N. as a global terrorist in 2004 for alleged links to al Qaeda but maintains his innocence. Al Faqih says he meets with British government officials regularly and that they respect his work.
He believes there will be more confrontation between the West and the Muslim world, including terrorist attacks “even bigger than in 2001.”
British officials have pushed to deport men like al-Faqih and Yasser al-Sirri back to their home countries. But the European Union and a number of British judges have blocked these efforts over human rights concerns.
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