Abu Qatada moves to new house – UPDATE DEPORTED TO JORDON! YAY

Abu Qatada has moved house after leaving his £400,000 taxpayer-funded home in North West London.

Abu Qatada has moved house after leaving his £400,000 taxpayer-funded home in North West London.

Abu Qatada has moved house after leaving his £400,000 taxpayer-funded home in North West London Photo: Heathcliff O’Malley for the Daily Telegraph

UPDATE!!!! Britain has deported a radical Muslim cleric top his homeland, Jordan, where he appeared in court Sunday and was formally charged with terrorism-related offenses.

Abu Qatada was first arrested in Britain in 2001 over alleged terrorist links. He was rearrested in 2005.

The 53-year-old cleric was held at a prison in southeast London, and was taken from there to the airport at midnight Sunday. The BBC reports that he was accompanied on the flight by “six people from Jordan, comprising three security officials, a psychologist, a medical examiner and his Jordanian lawyer.”

British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was “delighted” at the cleric’s removal.

Removal men were seen loading possessions on to a van outside the extremist cleric’s home yesterday. A satellite dish and what looked to be a cross-trainer were taken from the house.

It is thought that Qatada will be moving to his new home with his wife and four of his five children.

Last month lawyers for the hate preacher said Qatada and his family had asked to be relocated.

It is likely he has demanded more space and is seeking a home where he can escape the constant media presence that was a feature of his old house in Wembley.

He has lived at the Wembley property since February after his initial release from prison as part of his ongoing fight against deportation to Jordan. The family is reportedly paying £1,900 per month in rent, funded through his free welfare checks.

“It’s too small we have five children and more on the way. Under Islam if you have less than twelve children you haven’t supported Allah. We are thankful to finally get a proper sized house”

The new house, a million dollar mansion with marble floors and gold plated faucets will be paid for by the taxpayers just like the old house. As Qatada stepped into the new house a newsman asked him how he could possibly hate a country that gave him such nice free housing. Qatada just smiled.

After initially barring the United Kingdom from deporting Abu Qatada to Jordan, in May 2012 the European Court of Human Rights denied him leave to appeal against deportation without specifying a reason. On 12 November 2012, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) upheld Abu Qatada’s appeal against deportation and released him on restrictive bail conditions.

Qatada has repeatedly called for the Murder of British and American citizens in order to impose Sharia Law by whatever means necessary.