The son of one of the UK’s most outspoken Muslim hate preachers, Abu Hamza, has pleaded that he be allowed to return to Britain after he left for Syria in 2013 to wage Jihad.
Sufyan Mustafa, the seventh of Hamza’s nine children, travelled to Syria in the early years of the Middle Eastern country’s blood civil war to fight against the government of Bashar Al-Assad.
The jaded Jihadi, now aged 24, tried to return to the UK in 2018 after his terror group was smashed by Syrian and Russian forces. He was prevented from boarding a plane from Turkey to Britain after his name appeared on a terror watchlist.
The former computer science student who is suspected of terror offences is appealing the decision to revoke his British citizenship.
However, the UK Home Office has said it has no obligation to return his British passport as the radical Muslim has the option of moving to Morocco.
Mustafa’s father Abu Hamza had previously been sentenced to seven years in prison in the UK for inciting the murder of non-Muslims and was then extradited to the US in 2012 where he is serving life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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