Despite his violent convictions, he is thought to have avoided deportation because of the UK policy not to deport foreign nationals to 'failed states' like Libya.So we may wonder if it would be appropriate to describe the UK as such...
In 2018, Saadallah was granted leave to remain in the UK for five years despite the convictions for violence.
A source told the Sun: 'Saadallah was on MI5's radar for a few months last year over his aspirations to travel to Syria.
'He had a history of violence and serious mental health problems so why was he granted leave to remain at all? There are major questions to be answered.'There are indeed. Do you think we'll get those answers?
Among his other offences, in March 2019 Saadallah spat at Judge Sophie Toms at Reading magistrates court as she sentenced him for previous offences.
He has also been convicted of possession of a bladed weapon and assaulting a police officer, which landed him an eight-month jail term. He also threatened Sainsbury's guard Mr McDonald with a broken bottle of wine when challenged for stealing it.And in yet another twist illustrating the futile justice system in this country, he was released 16 days ago after serving less than half of his current sentence.
We've nestled a cannabis-smoking paranoid schizophrenic viper in the bosom of our state for years, all so the Open Borders fanatics and bleeding hearts can feel good about themselves.
So tell me: how are we not also a failed state?