How to Commit National Suicide

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex , and Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The man who threatned to bomb their wedding was deemed unfit to stand trial and sent home. (Photo: CHRIS JACKSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Britain’s Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The man who threatned to bomb their wedding was deemed unfit to stand trial and sent home. (Photo: CHRIS JACKSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Three recent stories from the UK show how the country is committing national suicide:

Wannabe Royal Wedding Bomber Sent Home

A man identifying himself as the “Muslim Prince of Spain” threatened to blow up Prince Harry and Megan Markel’s wedding, it was just revealed. In a chain of emails, Mohammed Jibra-Eel Saleh wrote, among other emails, to Prince Phillip (husband of UK’s Queen Elizabeth), “We’re at war” and “your grandson’s wedding is going to be a blast.”

In another email sent to Prince Andrew (the Queen’s son), he wrote, “All you British royal family are going to die for having me arrested and tortured in prison in Netherlands. We’re at war, b***h. Your grandson wedding is going to be a blast.”

Although the police were able to track down Saleh and arrested him two days before the royal wedding last May, they have not been able to keep in in custody.

Saleh was convicted of three charges of sending electronic communications with intent to cause distress and anxiety and sending an electronic communication which conveyed a threat. However, since he was deemed unfit to stand trial, he was released to his home on unconditional bail, where he awaits sentencing.


UK Taxpayers Pay for ISIS Bride’s Legal Costs

Even though former UK schoolgirl and ISIS bride Shamima Begum was stripped of her citizenship and denied her request to reenter the UK, she is still receiving UK taxpayer-funded legal aid to fight having her citizenship removed.

The funds will provide what could be hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal fees. Begum’s lawyers were able to successfully argue she should be given the funds, saying that the decision of Home Secretary Sajid Javid to revoke her citizenship was unfair.

Although Begum argued her days as an ISIS wife in Syria were spent at home raising children and taking care of the house, recent reports allege Begum sewed suicide vests for ISIS jihadis, carried a Kalashnikov rifle and served in a senior position in ISIS’ notorious female “morality police,” who were known for their brutal enforcement of the terror group’s harsh sharia laws.


After Deportation Thwarted by Fellow Plane Passengers, UK Releases Convicted  Somali Rapist

Somali national Yaqub Ahmed was convicted and sent to prison along with three other men for gang raping a 16-year-old girl in in 2007. Upon being released last October, Ahmed was slated for deportation to his native country and put on a plane by security officials.

Screaming and moaning that he was being separated from his family, fellow passengers who were embarking on a holiday trip – and reportedly unaware of his crime — staged a mutiny on the plane, demanding that he be allowed to stay in the UK.

Security officials acquiesced and Ahmed was taken back into custody in the UK until mid-March when he was freed on bail pending another hearing.

“He has done something heinous and he was meant to be deported for it and now he is still roaming about – it’s absolutely ridiculous,” said the victim, now a 27-year-old mother.

Although his bail conditions are presumed to include electronic monitoring, between 2014 and 2016, close to 500 foreign nationals slated for deportation after serving prison sentences in the UK “disappeared.”

One of the other rapists in the case, Ondogo Ahmed, managed to escape the UK and join Islamic State after he was released in 2012 on parole. He is believed to have been killed in 2013 while fighting.



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