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Sex beast dodges deportation after ‘tattoo of a cross proves conversion to Christianity’

A SEX beast has dodged deportation after claiming a tattoo of a cross proves his conversion to Christianity. The 42-year-old, known as MM, says he’d be killed for deserting Islam if sent back to Iran. He lost his original asylum claim in 2010. Legal papers reveal the Home Office won a court order to kick […] ...

A SEX beast has dodged deportation after claiming a tattoo of a cross proves his conversion to Christianity.

The 42-year-old, known as MM, says he’d be killed for deserting Islam if sent back to Iran.

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A man dodged deportation thanks to an inked cross after losing his original asylum claim in 2010[/caption]

He lost his original asylum claim in 2010.

Legal papers reveal the Home Office won a court order to kick him out when he was convicted of sex assaults and jailed for 7½ years in 2016.

MM, a married dad of two, made a new asylum bid in 2020. He said he had started going to church, been baptised and got the inking.

A tribunal granted his appeal on human rights grounds. Despite branding MM a danger to the community, a judge ruled he was genuinely committed to the Christian faith.

Whitehall officials are battling to overturn the ruling with a fresh hearing set to be held this year.

UK courts have heard from hundreds of asylum seekers who claim to have converted to Christianity in a bid to stay.

Current laws allow them to remain here for five years if they can prove they are unable to live in their home country without fear of persecution.

Police believe Liverpool taxi bomber Emad al-Swealmeen, 32, pretended to switch faiths to help his asylum bid.

Home Secretary Priti Patel has blasted the immigration “legal services industry for basing itself on rights of appeal and going to the courts on legal aid at the expense of taxpayers”.

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