Moroccan authorities unhappy with UK’s decision to deport Moroccan terrorist back
May 25, Rabat: Moroccan authorities have expressed discontent over the decision made by UK to deport a Moroccan terrorism convict and their insistence that he should be kept free.
According to the interior ministry, the British authorities did not mention the danger this person could pose on the general public. Reports further stated that Younes Tsouli, who has been described by British media as “the World‘s most wanted cyber-jihadi”, had set fire his family home on fire upon his arrival to Rabat, and refused to surrender to the police, threatening he would kill himself with a sharp-edged weapon. Reports suggest that it took the authorities, nearly 13 hours to negotiate his surrender.
Tsouli, had gone to the UK in 2001 with his parents, where he studied IT at a college in central London and he had lived in Britain for approximately a decade 10 years before he was sentenced to 16 years in prison at the Belmarsh High Security Prison in London, for incitement to commit acts of terrorism on the internet.
The Oslo Times