Theresa May has stopped the man leaving Britain
The now Prime Minister “personally” ruled he should stay in the UK to protect national security when she was acting as the Conservative Party’s Home Secretary.
Her officials believe the man is keen to flee Britain for Syria to join the barbaric Islamic State (ISIS) and would pose more of a threat if he came back to the UK.
Bosses have repeatedly attended out to prevent the suspected terrorist from leaving British shores.
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Theresa May made the decision when she was acting as Home Secretary
You are assessed to hold Islamic extremist views and have expressed a desire to travel to Syria to engage in fighting
Home Office papers
A letter from the Home Office told him: “You are assessed to hold Islamic extremist views and have expressed a desire to travel to Syria to engage in fighting.”
The Syrian man – known as AZ in legal documents – gained refugee status in Britain back in August 2012, according to the Mail Online.
However he was refused travel documents in line with the Geneva Convention on “national security grounds” when he asked to travel to Jordan.
After launching a judicial review in to his case, the man was told his desire to fight for ISIS was behind the ban.
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The Syrian man is known as AZ in legal documents
His lawyers have strongly refuted these claims saying he was suffering from “severe post-traumatic stress disorder and depression” as well as leg pain.
He has only been allowed to leave Britain to visit his terminally ill father in Sweden and in June went back there to attend his funeral.
Theresa May has now rubber stamped a decision to ensure he does not travel anywhere else.
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