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Kopten Englands leiteten die rechtlichen Schritte, um Hassprediger inhaftieren zu lassen 11. August 2010

Filed under: Koptenverfolgung — Knecht Christi @ 03:45

Hassprediger und Konvertiten-Hasser Youssef Al-Badri

Die koptischen Menschenrechtler haben in England die rechtlichen Schritte gegen die ägyptischen und arabischen Scheichs geleitet, welche die Moslems gegen die Konvertiten aufhetzen, damit diese gemäß dem Koran und der Sunna getötet werden. Dr. Ibrahim Habib von der Organisation „Copts United GB“ fängt jetzt mit dem salafistischen Scheich Youssef Al-Badry an, der vor laufender Kamera zugab, dass ein Moslem, der zu irgendeiner anderen Religion konvertiert, getötet werden muss. Diese Aussagen tätigte Al-Badry gegenüber der arabischen Abteilung von BBC und auch dem deutschen Fernsehsender ZDF. In einem Interview mit der ägyptischen Zeitung, die wahabitisch-salafitisch orientiert ist, sagte dieser Hassprediger: „Man kann die Scharia Allahs nicht umändern. In Koran steht: „Wer von euch seinen Glauben verwirft, muss sterben. Er ist gottlos. Ihre Werke werden auf Erden und im anderen Leben missachtet. Sie erben die Hölle und werden ewig in ihr festsetzen“ (Sure Albakara – Kuh:217). Unser Prophet Mohamed sagte diesbezüglich ganz deutlich: „Wer den Islam abschwört, den müsst ihr töten“. Und noch sagte Rasul Allah: „Wenn ein Mann den Islam abschwört, ruft ihn, wenn er zum Islam zurückkehrt, sonst schlagt seinen Nacken ab. Und wenn eine Frau den Islam abschwört, ruft sie, wenn sie zum Islam zurückkehrt, sonst schlagt ihren Nacken ab“. Jeder Moslem, der den Islam gut studiert hat, wird mir Recht geben, wenn ich darauf bestehe, dass diejenigen, die den Islam abschworen, getötet werden müssen. Im Endeffekt ist das nicht meine eigen Meinung, sondern die Scharia Allahs“.

Dr. Ibrahim Habib meinte: „Die Kopten, sowohl in Ägypten als auch im Ausland, dachten, dass der Oberstaatsanwalt rechtlich gegen diese Hitze vorgehen wird, welche gemäß allen rechtlichen und moralischen Maßstäben ein Verbrechen ist. Keiner in Ägypten tut etwas gegen diese Scheichs, die sich wie die Geschwüre vermehren. Im Gegenteil dazu öffnet man ihnen Tür und Tor zu den Medien und lässt sie ihr Gift überall versprühen. Wie es allen auf unserer Welt bekannt ist, gilt die Religionsfreiheit als eine der grundlegenden Freiheiten eines Menschen. Denn es ist doch unlogisch und unakzeptabel, dass ein Mensch zu einer Religion gezwungen wird, die er ablehnt. Der Artikel Nr. 46 der ägyptischen Verfassung, der Artikel Nr. 18 des internationalen Abkommens für Menschenrechte und der Artikel Nr. 18 der internationalen Abkommens für soziale und politische Rechte bestätigen die Religionsfreiheit eines jeden Bürgers, was alle Gesetze aller Länder tun. Die Menschheit hat einen weiten Weg zurückgelegt, und wir, in Ägypten, sollten ihr auf dem Weg der Zivilisation folgen. Wir machen darauf aufmerksam, dass der hetzerische Mord-Aufruf gegen die Konvertiten gemäß den internationalen Gesetzen ein Verbrechen ist, der strengst geahndet wird. Wir appellieren an die ägyptische Justiz, diese Hassprediger zu bestrafen und die Konvertiten zu schützen“.

Wenn Sie mögen, schauen Sie sich den kurzen Film von ZDF an, und werfen Sie einen Blick auf die Klage gegen Youssef Al-Badry, damit er in GB verhaftet wird, sobald er dort eintrifft.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrjqyUQn3_s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOaHVo2dDdA&feature=related


IN THE MATTER OF:
EXTREMIST SPEECH FROM EGYPT AGAINST THE COPT COMMUNITY:
AN ARREST WARRANT AGAINST AN EGYPTIAN NATIONAL IN THE UNITED KINGDOM:

OPINION

Paul Diamond
PO Box 1041, Barton,
Cambridge CB23 7WY
Tel: 01223 264544
Email: Chambers@pauldiamond.com

ARTICLE 9 OF THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS
1950: FREEDOM OF THOUGHT, CONSCIENCE AND RELIGION:

1- Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes
freedom to change his religion or belief and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief, in worship, teaching, practice and observance.
2 – Freedom to manifest one’s religion or beliefs shall be subject only to such limitations as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society in the interests of public safety, for the protection of public order, health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.

Introduction:
1. I have been asked to advise on the merits of seeking an international arrest warrant for a criminal act in relation to the Islamic cleric Yousef al Badri. An international arrest warrant can only be issued for offenses under the law of the United Kingdom for crime that Parliament has given universal jurisdiction.
2. However, upon the evidence presented to me, I am of the view that Yousef al Badri has arguably, prima facie, committed an offense under the law of the United Kingdom. Therefore, if he was to come into the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom, it would be possible to seek to argue before a District Judge that an arrest warrant should be issued.

Background:
3. Sheikh Yousef al Badri is a leading Islamic cleric in Egypt. He is a member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and is associated with the primary Islamic institute of al Azahr University.
4. Since the controversial case of Hegazy who converted from Islam to Christianity in 1998 and which came to national prominence in 2007 during a Court case seeking to change his official religious status, Sheikh al Badri has made a number of controversial statements.
5. Sheikh al Badri is reported to have stated: ‘God has commanded us to kill those who leave Islam’; on 25th August 2007 on Egyptian television Sheikh al Badri openly called for Hegazy to receive the death penalty for leaving Islam1 and this was because his new commitment to Christianity means he has declared war on Islam.
6. Sheikh al Badri has been engaged in a number of other provocative acts such as calling for ‘Muslims to declare Jihad’ against America; preaching against Abu Ziad who had to claim asylum in Europe, supporting suicide bombings and endorsing wife beatings.

Legal Issues: Principles of Law:
7. Whilst these acts are considered lawful and acceptable in Egypt, this is not the case in the United Kingdom. The issue is the jurisdiction of the courts of the United Kingdom to hold Sheikh al Badri to account for acts that took place and were lawful in Egypt.
Murder and Incitement to Murder: General Principles:
8. The general principle is that the English criminal law does not extend to acts committed outside the jurisdiction: Cox v Army Council2; R v Treacy3. However, since the reign of Henry VIII, murder has been recognised as an exception to this general rule.
9. Section 9 of the Offences Against the Person Act 18614 provides:- Where any murder or manslaughter shall be committed on land out of the United Kingdom, whether within the Queen’s domains or without, and whether the person killed were a subject of Her Majesty or not, every offence committed by any subject of her majesty …
10. Section 9 is without territorial jurisdiction, but there is a requirement that the perpetrator be subject to the Crown (subject jurisdiction). However the development of the doctrine of universal jurisdiction in recent years means that the fundamental principle can arguably be extended, especially where the acts in question are proscribed by international treaties.
11. Article 20(2) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966)5 provides:- Any advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence shall be prohibited by law.
12. Article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966) and Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights requires protection and respect for religious rights. United National General Comment No. 18 (1993) details the State obligations upon Egypt and the United Kingdom. The right to change religion (from Islam to Christianity) is respected.
13. United National General Comment No. 31 (2004) is entitled ‘The Nature of the General Legal Obligation Imposed on State Parties to the Covenant’ and requires that treaties are interpreted to give effect to the international obligation placed upon States6. Article 10 requires the Covenant Rights to be effective to all individuals within the state territory and Article 18 provides:- …State parties must ensure that those responsible are brought to justice… failing to bring to justice perpetrators of such violations could in and of itself give rise to a separate breach of the Covenant. These violations arise notably in respect of those violations recognised as criminal under either domestic or international law, such as torture and similar cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.

Criminal Law: International Arrest Warrant:
14. Section 134 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 prohibits torture on the principle of its occurrence anywhere in the world. Sub-section (3) defines ‘torture’ as inflicting severe mental suffering.
15. The process of legal reasons is as follows:-
= Sheikh al Badri has engaged in ‘hate speech’ within Article 20 of the International Covenant which is prohibited;
= The ‘hate speech’ threatens coverts to Christianity with death, in a society where individuals will act on these incitements;
= The ‘hate speech’ frustrates the fundamental right to change religion from Islam to Christianity. This is a right protected by international law;
= Individuals subject to this vitriol sustain severe mental suffering within the definition of the Criminal Justice Act 1988;
= The United Kingdom is under an obligation to bring violators of the International Covenant to justice;
= According there is an arguable offence committed within the meaning of Section 134(1) of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 as he has committed acts inflicting severe mental suffering rising to a breach of international law.
16. Section 6 of the Prosecution of Offenders Act 1985 preserves the right of a private prosecution in the United Kingdom. Section 135 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 requires the consent of the Attorney General for a prosecution in relation to ‘mental’ ‘torture’ under section 134 of the Act, but this is turn is qualified by the provisions of Section 25(2) of the Prosecution of Offenders Act 1985, which provides:- 25 Consents to prosecutions etc
(1) This section applies to any enactment which prohibits the institution or carrying on of
proceedings for any offence except –
(a) with the consent (however expressed) – of a Law Officer of the Crown or the Director; or
(b) where the proceedings are instituted or carried on by or on behalf of a Law Officer of the
Crown or the Director; and so applies whether or not there are other exceptions to the prohibition (and in particular whether or not the consent is an alternative to the consent of any other authority or person).
(2) An enactment to which this section applies –
(a) shall not prevent the arrest without warrant, or the issue or execution of a warrant for the
arrest, of a person for any offence, or the remand in custody or on bail of a person charged with any offence; and
(b) shall be subject to any enactment concerning the apprehension or detention of children or
young persons.
(3) In this section “enactment” includes any provision having effect under or by virtue of any
Act; and this section applies to enactments whenever passed or made.
17. Accordingly, an International Arrest Warrant can be issued without (but subject to) the consent of the Attorney General.

Conclusion:
18. In conclusion, I advise that should Sheikh al Badri enter the United Kingdom, a private citizen should seek an international arrest warrant. A detailed Witness Statement should be prepared on the nature of the incitements against Christians by Sheikh al Badri. A formal application should be made to the Metropolitan Police for his arrest, but thereafter a private citizen can made such an application before Bow Street Magistrates7.
19. The United Kingdom takes international law very seriously and, in recent years, there have been a series of cases: R v Bow Street Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, ex parte Pinochet8 (Arrest of former Chilean President), Re Mofaz9(attempted arrest of former Israeli Defence Minister, and Re Bo Xilai10(attempted arrest of Chinese Minister for Commerce and International Trade.
20. The courts of the United Kingdom would take a very adverse view of the incitements by Sheikh al Badri against the Christian community. It is regrettably that the Egyptian government does not restrain language in breach of Article 20(2) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966)11.
21. If you require a further Opinion, please do not hesitate to contact me.

P A U L D I A MO N D 6
PO Box 1041, Barton,
Cambridge CB23 7WY
Tel: 01223 264544
Email: Chambers@pauldiamond.com

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