Liverpool bomb news – live: Judges ‘refused attacker asylum appeal’ as he is described as ‘genuine’ Christian

Liverpool bomb news – live: Judges ‘refused attacker asylum appeal’ as he is described as ‘genuine’ Christian

Liverpool bomb news – live: Judges ‘refused attacker asylum appeal’ as he is described as ‘genuine’ Christian

The Independent says The suspect in the Liverpool Remembrance Sunday bomb attack was reportedly a failed asylum seeker who had been refused an appeal to stay in the UK.

The BBC said Emad al-Swealmeen’s appeal to remain in the country had been rejected by judges in 2017 without being considered in court.

Meanwhile, a couple who took in the suspect have said they believed he was an “absolutely genuine” Christian who had a “real passion for Jesus Christ”. Emad Al Swealmeen, who was a Christian convert, was being looked after by Malcolm and Elizabeth Hitchcott in the city.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/liverpool-bomb-news-taxi-attack-update-b1959119.html


UK News Briefing Homepage uk news live today 24-7 Best on the market

UK News Briefing Homepage uk news live today 24-7 Best on the market

LIVE News EU News Breaking news UK Politics COVID-19 USA News World News United Arab Emirates Italian News Spain Palestine News News Briefings World News Briefing UK…
The Sun - ‘Richard out, Arlene and Naughty Boy on brink’

The Sun - ‘Richard out, Arlene and Naughty Boy on brink’

According to The Sun, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here bosses fear there could be an exodus after TV presenter…
The Guardian - ‘6 countries on red list as Covid variant poses risk’

The Guardian - ‘6 countries on red list as Covid variant poses risk’

The Guardian writes that six countries in southern Africa have been placed on England's red travel list over concern on what…

……………………

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND SHARE WTX NEWS WITH YOUR FRIENDS

AND FAMILY:

FacebookPlease like our page

TwitterTwitter updates available in English and Arabic. Please follow us and we would love to hear from you

Instagram – Follow our pages in English and Arabic

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.