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Jordan justice minister says Qatata 'will not be mistreated'

5 July 2013 Last updated at 21:48 BST

The treaty between the UK and Jordan which paves the way for radical cleric Abu Qatada to be deported was officially published in Jordan earlier this week.

But how will the radical cleric be treated upon his return to the country?

The BBC's June Kelly spoke to Jordan's Justice Minister, Ahmad Ziadat in Amman, who said there were guarantees in place to ensure the preacher is not mistreated.

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