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Diplomat says Britain asked Jordan to pardon Abu Qatada to ease radical
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Earlier this year, he was denied permission to take his case to a European court, but he is appealing to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, a semi-secret court that handles deportation and national security cases. Copyright 2012 The Associated
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