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Al Qaeda chief's wife, 49, wins human rights battle after claiming UK airport police breached her privacy by stopping her for questioning (and taxpayers will now foot her legal bills)
- Sylvie Beghal, 49, was stopped at East Midlands Airport after flying to France
- She was visiting Djamel Beghal, behind bars for plotting to blow up US embassy
- But mother-of-three claimed she was stopped 'without reasonable suspicion'
- European court rules her right to respect for private and family life was violated
Published: 22:08 BST, 4 March 2019 | Updated: 23:41 BST, 4 March 2019
The wife of an Al Qaeda chief had her human rights breached by UK airport police, European judges have ruled.
Sylvie Beghal, 49, was stopped at East Midlands Airport while returning to Leicester after a visit to her husband Djamel Beghal in a French jail.
The mother of three said she was detained without reasonable suspicion – violating her right to private and family life.
Sylvie Beghal (left), 49, was stopped for questioning after flying to France to visit Djamel Beghal (right), who was behind bars for plotting to blow up the American embassy in Paris
Her claims were rejected by the High Court and Supreme Court but the European Court of Human Rights eventually ruled in her favour.
The Home Office said it was disappointed by the ruling, which it has three months to challenge.
The airport incident in 2011 had led to Mrs Beghal being charged with failing to help officers – an offence under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
Lord Carlile of Berriew, who was the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation from 2001 to 2011, said: 'Schedule 7 is absolutely key to the protection of the public in the UK and to national security.
'It has to be used carefully and proportionately, as recognised when the law was amended in 2014. But I'm very surprised that this case has resulted in such a ruling, particularly given the factual background.
'I fear we have to put this down to a questionable decision by the ECHR. In my view the British courts were right and correctly took their decisions in this case.'
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen, whose constituency covers the airport, said: 'It's sickening. These people are big on human rights but not so much on their responsibilities.
'We all have a duty to cooperate with the police with regards to terrorism and anyone who doesn't want to is breaking the bond of loyalty to our country.
The mother-of-three claimed she was stopped at East Midlands Airport (pictured) 'without reasonable suspicion' and that her right to respect for private and family life was violated
'It's great she can use the law to protect her own right to family life, but she has strong links with a convicted terrorist and Al Qaeda have not shown any regard to human rights in the past with their victims.'
According to court documents lodged at the ECHR, Mrs Beghal was stopped at the airport after visiting her husband with their children.
Officers said they wanted to talk to her to establish whether she might be 'a person concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism'.
She refused to answer questions until a lawyer was present and after 30 minutes was told she was free to go. But she was later charged under Schedule 7 and pleaded guilty at Leicester Magistrates' Court in December 2011.
Beghal is said to have radicalised other terrorists while in jail, including Charlie Hebdo killer Cherif Kouachi (pictured)
She then launched a legal action, claiming the powers given to police under Schedule 7 did not have adequate safeguards to be 'in accordance with' the European Convention on Human Rights.
Her case reached the ECHR in January 2016, which last week ruled in her favour. Judges told the Government to foot her £21,531 legal bill.
Mrs Beghal has previously claimed her husband, one of Al Qaeda's top recruiters in Europe, was a victim of French injustice.
He is said to have radicalised other terrorists while in jail, including Charlie Hebdo killer Cherif Kouachi, one of two brothers who murdered 12 during the gun attack on the magazine's Paris offices in January 2015.
He is also said to have mentored Amedy Coulibaly, who shot a policewoman and four shoppers dead at a kosher supermarket two days after the Hebdo attack.
Algerian-born Beghal settled in France in 1987 and married in 1990. He became a French citizen which allowed the couple to move to Leicester seven years later.
He regularly travelled to London and was allegedly radicalised at the Finsbury Park Mosque under the influence of Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada. He is also said to have flown to Afghanistan to receive orders from Osama Bin Laden.
Beghal was banned from the UK in 2009 after being jailed by the French for a plot to blow up the US embassy in Paris.
His wife is believed to have cost taxpayers more than a quarter of a million pounds in handouts since moving to the UK.
A Home Office spokesman said: 'We will now consider the implications of this judgment carefully.'
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|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea||1967||It has a story called "The Mermaid," (Season 3, Episode 77); at the opening of the episode one can see the mermaid unnoticed by Commander Lee Crane (David Hedison) go swimming by the S.S.R.N. Seaview submarine's monitoring window.|
|Night Gallery||1972||Episode 46, Season 2 called "Lindemann's Catch," with Rod Serling in his opening introductions, who also introduced The Twilight Zone series. A story about a sea captain whose desires are again awakened as he catches a mermaid on his little boat. As she has a tail from the waist down, she isn't of course quite what he wants. He seeks out a potion to change her into a complete woman. He gives her the potion and leaves her below deck. He expects that when he returns she will be a complete woman, but she is rather now having a fish torso. The analogy of the episode demonstrates a man's innate need for a woman - even as the captain is found grasping for her feet, now a horrendous malformed creature as she attempts to jump ship.|
|Danny and the Mermaid||1978||A pilot episode for a series that didn't get picked up. It was a 30-minute sci-fi comedy starring Ray Walston (famous for his previous successful series My Favorite Martian). Walston played Professor Stoneman, helping his student apprentice Danny Stevens (Patrick Collins) to be an oceanographer. Danny first learns of the mermaid, Aqua (Harlee McBride), a colorful blond mermaid with blue eyes and iridescent scales, when she swims by one of the portholes in their underwater lab. Later, he meets her and she communicates with them through a hatch on the lab's floor.|
|Mermaid Saga||1984–1994||A Japanese animation series in 3 to 4 volumes, depending on the country release distribution. It was based on the comic book by the same title which is a manga series by Rumiko Takahashi, which tells that when a person eats the flesh of a mermaid, they can gain immortality. In the United States, it has been dubbed into English except for its theme song which remains in Japanese. There are nine episodes in the American release (2003–2004): "Mermaid (Never) Smile", "The Village of Fighting Fish", "Mermaid's Forest", "Dreams End", "Mermaid's Promise", "Mermaid's Scar", "The Ash Princess", "Mermaid's Gaze" and "Mermaid's Mask".|
|Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch||2003–2004||A group of mermaid princesses who become pop singers to fight evil.|
|H2O: Just Add Water||2006–2010||Three teenage girls who, after encountering a mysterious island sea cave, transform into mermaids in ten seconds whenever water touches any part of their bodies. In addition, they each have supernatural abilities over water in each of its forms: water, rain, floods, ice, snow, hail, cold, sleet, steam, mist and fog.|
|Mako: Island of Secrets||2013||A spin-off series of H2O: Just Add Water.|
|Baywatch||1989–2001||Marliece Andrada plays a mermaid in the episode "Rendezvous".|
|Charmed||1998–2006||In the 2002 fifth-season episode "A Witch's Tail", a mermaid (Jaime Pressly) enlists the help of main character Phoebe Halliwell (Alyssa Milano) to fight against a sea witch. Mermaid was a Charmed spin-off developed for The WB, since the theme of mermaids was recognized to have potential for its own series, and a one-hour pilot was filmed. However, after The WB and the UPN merged into The CW channel, the resulting network passed on the series.|
|Aquaman||2006||The main antagonist of the television pilot is Nadia (Adrianne Palicki), a killer siren/mermaid-like creature .|
|Legend of Heaven and Earth - The Mermaid Beauty||2000||The Taiwanese fantasy series, which shows various stories and legends from Asian mythology, depicts a story similar to Hans Christian Andersen's "Little Mermaid" in which the main protagonist is the mermaid daughter of an undersea sorceress who is trapped in a conch shell for centuries until freed. While disguised as human, she explores the outside world and falls in love with one of three princely sons. The story focuses on how she manages to protect both her love and the undersea land that she comes from. The series was shown on AZN Television shortly before the network's cancellation in 2007.|
|Flipper||1995–2000||In an episode, Dean (Scott Michaelson), finds a mermaid (Rachel Blakely) in one of his dives. Michaelson played a merman in Sabrina Down Under.|
|The Vision of Escaflowne||1996||In episode 14, Dryden Fassa helps a mermaid named Sylphy return to her home.|
|Pokémon||1997-current||Ash Ketchum's friend Misty appears as a mermaid in two episodes: "The Misty Mermaid" from Pokémon: Indigo League and "Cerulean Blues" from Pokémon Chronicles.|
|The Prince of Atlantis||1997||One of the main characters is Oya, a small mermaid resembling a ray.|
|Dyesebel||2008||A drama-fantasy series based on Mars Ravelo's creation in GMA Network in the Philippines. Marina is also a drama-fantasy series in ABS CBN and Marinara is a comedy-fantasy series in GMA Network.|
|Bakugan||2009–2010||In this anime, Klaus's guardian Bakugan, Sirenoid, is a mermaid.|
|Renkin 3-kyū Magical? Pokān||2006||In the anime, a mermaid princess appears in episode 5, "A Tiring Spell Is a Trip to the Beach/Love's Spell Is a Trip to the Beach".|
|Faerie Tale Theatre||1982–1987||In an episode, Treat Williams and Pam Dawber help stage a production of The Little Mermaid that follows Andersen's story much more closely than the Disney film that came out three years later.|
|Dexter's Laboratory||1996–2003||In the episode "Ocean Commotion," while the family visit in the beach, Dee Dee (in a mermaid costume) gets kidnapped by some maniac sailors and Dexter and Moby Dick are the only ones to save her. This is a parody of Disney's The Little Mermaid, and of Moby Dick.|
|My Bride Is a Mermaid||2007||A boy named Nagasumi Michishio is saved by a mermaid named Sun Seto, but it is the mermaids' law, when a human sees a mermaid's true form, the human or the mermaid has to be killed. The only way to solve this problem for him is to marry her.|
|Cyberchase||2002–present||A mermaid character named Binary who lives in the Aquari-yum. She is green and purple and she tames several sea animals.|
|Magi-Nation||2007–2010||In one of the episodes, Edyn turns into a mermaid complete with aquatic fish ears, webbed hands and a mermaid's tail, and dives into the depth of the water with her friends. Some other characters are mermaids and one of them, Traptika, is very friendly.|
|Fantasy Island||1977–1984||Mermaids are occasionally depicted as being in conflict with Mr. Rourke (Ricardo Montalban). Most notably Naya (portrayed by Michelle Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas fame), who appeared in two episodes in 1979 and 1980.|
|Sailor Moon R||1993–1994||The wicked mermaid Cardian Amphibia appears in "Raye's Day In The Spotlight" from Sailor Moon R.|
|Rupert||1991–1997||In one of the episodes, a young blond mermaid named Marina befriends the main protagonist Rupert Bear.|
|My Parents are Aliens||1999–2006||In an episode "The Tail of the Knitted Map", Sophie morphs into a mermaid.|
|Undersea Boy Marine||1969||Marine Boy has a friend named Neptina who is a young mermaid who has long flowing hair and wears a magic pearl around her neck.|
|Jake and the Never Land Pirates||2011–2016||In this Disney Junior series, a young mermaid named Marina befriends the young pirates and helps them on their adventures.|
|Sofia the First||2012–2018||This Disney Junior series features Merroway Cove, an underwater kingdom of merfolk including Queen Emmaline and her daughters Cora and Oona. Ariel from Disney's The Little Mermaid also makes an appearance in an episode of the series.|
|Black Cat||2005–2006||One of the main characters, Eve, uses nanomachines to give herself transformation abilities, and once she transforms into a mermaid.|
|Rosario + Vampire||2008||A band of mermaids makes up the school's Swim Club, where they lure the male students in to suck their life force for survival.|
|Zig and Sharko||2010||The French animation series features Marina the mermaid. Zig the hyena wants to eat her but her friend and bodyguard Sharko the shark protects her.|
|Sabrina the Teenage Witch||1996–2003||Sabrina and a friend turn into mermaids in the episode "Wiccan of the Sea". A similar event happens in the movie Sabrina: Friends Forever.|
|Kero Kero Chime||1997||The protagonists help a mermaid reach out to her prince, after gaining the ability to assume human form when dry, in three days or she will turn into sea foam.|
|Sgt. Frog||2004–2011||The main human male protagonist, Fuyuki, befriends a mermaid while she is in human form.|
|Tokyo Mew Mew||2002–2003||The character Lettuce can use mew power around her legs to form a mermaid-like tail to move underwater.|
|Smile Pretty Cure||2012–2013||In episode 30, the heroines assume mermaid tails to battle underwater.|
|Dragonball||1986–1989||Goku has to meet Master Roshi's demand to bring a beautiful girl to him to receive his teachings; one of the girls he brings is a mermaid, much to Roshi's surprise.|
|Doctor Who||1963–present||In the sixth season, a mermaid or siren-like creature appears in the episode "The Curse of the Black Spot".|
|Once Upon a Time||2011–2018||Ariel (Joanna Garcia) appears in season three of the ABC series. A pod of mermaids also attack The Jolly Roger.|
|Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry||2005||In the animated direct-to-video film, racer Steed Dirkly spots a mermaid on an island, but it turns out she is a Mirahna, a cannibalistic mermaid who feeds Steed to her offspring. She is a cross between a mermaid and a piranha, with a beautiful body, long orange hair, yellow sea-shells for a bra, a magenta fish tail, aquatic fish ears, and the head of a piranha.|
|The Idle Mermaid (잉여공주)||2014||A tvN drama series.|
|The Legend of the Blue Sea (푸른 바다의 전설)||2016||A SBS's drama series.|
|Riptide||1984-1986||"Catch of the Day" (Season 2, Episode 3) involved a mermaid.|
|Fairy Tail||2009–present||The main female protagonist, Lucy Heartfilia, uses celestial spirits, one of which is a mermaid called Aquarius. Also, another character, Lisanna Strauss, uses animal-based transformations, and one of her tricks is to turn into a mermaid (in an anime-only episode). Furthermore, in the final arc, Lucy and another character, Brandish Mu, are temporarily turned into mermaids when Aquarius takes them to the Memory of the Stars to show them the truth about their mothers.|
|The Starry Night, The Starry Sea||2017||The Chinese drama series on Hunan TV features the love story of a merman and a young woman.|
|Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san||2013||Japanese anime comedy series|
|Monster Musume||2015||one of the main characters, Meroune Lorelei, is a mermaid|