UK denounces new delay in Abu Qatada case
Muslim cleric wins appeal against extradition to his native Jordan, saying he may face torture there.
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2012 20:35

The British government is blaming the European Court of Human Rights for the latest setback in its efforts to deport Muslim cleric Abu Qatada.

Qatada, who's wanted in his native Jordan on bomb charges, has appealed against the court's ruling, arguing that he would not be at risk ot torture if he is sent back to face justice.

Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports.

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