Iranian embassy terrorist allowed to stay in Britain





The only surviving terrorist from the Iranian embassy siege in 1980 will be freed from jail within days and allowed to remain in Britain to protect his human rights.

Fowzi Badavi Nejad, 50, has been granted parole after serving 28 years in prison following the London attack.

But he will not be deported to Iran because of fears he would be tortured or executed in his home country, it has emerged.

Nejad will also receive food vouchers from the Government, funded by taxpayers.

Trevor Lock, the policeman held hostage, objected to his release but he claims his concerns were ignored.



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