Radical cleric Abu Qatada

Updated 2117 GMT (0517 HKT) July 8, 2013
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Radical cleric Abu Qatada prepares to board a plane which will take him to Jordan, after he was deported from the UK to face terrorism charges in his home country, on July 7 in London, England. Sgt Ralph Merry/MoD via Getty Images
Abu Qatada boards a small aircraft bound for Jordan on July 7, ending eight years of government efforts to send him home for trial on charges of alleged terrorism. REUTERS/Sgt Ralph Merry/Royal Air Force/MoD/Crown Copyright /LANDOV
Mahmoud Othman Omar, front, father of Abu Qatada, speaks to the media after his son leaves the State Security Court in Amman July 7. XINHUA /LANDOV
Abu Qatada won his appeal against deportation in November 2012, claiming he would not get a fair trial in Jordan where he is accused of plotting bomb attacks. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
Also known as Omar Abu Omar, Abu Qatada has publicly supported the violent activities of terrorist groups, including those of the late al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, UK authorities say. AFP/Getty Images/file