The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that a number of Islamist suspects, held long in the UK, maybe extradited to the US for trial. The defendants' argument was that a long sentence in a super-max facility in the US "would violate their human rights".
Particularly notorious among the defendants is Abu Hamza, a preacher who, for years, was busy inciting violence at the Finnsbury Park Mosque. Individuals involved with a number of different terrorist attacks were connected to this preacher and his mosque.
I find it rather amusing that those who have made careers preaching hatred and violence suddenly get concerned about "human rights" when they are about to face justice.