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His programme Kilroy ran for years before being axed by the BBC some months ago after a newspaper article he wrote referred to Arab nations as 'suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors'.
The presenter quit, saying he recognised his comments in a Sunday newspaper,describing Arabs as suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors, had caused ``difficulties'' for the BBC.
He and his wife Jan were driven via a back gate from their house in Amersham, Bucks, and he refused to speak to journalists about the Sunday newspaper column in which he branded Arabs "suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors".
The row over the the former Merseyside MP's description of Arab sas ``suicide bombers ,limb amputators and woman repressors'' sparked no fewer than three Parliamentary motions.
Former Labour MP Kilroy-Silk stepped down from his BBC morning show after a column he wrote for a national newspaper which branded Arabs ''suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors'' sparked outrage.
Last week the 61-year-old former Birmingham schoolboy and ex-Labour MP quit saying he recognised his comments in a Sunday newspaper, in which he described Arabs as suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors, had caused 'difficulties' for the BBC.
His morning chat show was taken off indefinitely amid the row over his article calling Arabs "suicide bombers, limb amputators, women repressors".
Under the headline We Owe Arabs Nothing, Kilroy-Silk branded Arabs as "suicide bombers, limb amputators, women repressors".
Miss Jones said she had been the target of threatening and abusive comments as a result of the Commons motion she tabled on January 8, four days after Kilroy-Silk's newspaper column in which he branded Arabs suicide bombers, limb amputators and women repressors.
Hewas suspended from the morning programme after the article which described Arabs as ''suicide bombers, limb amputators, women repressors'' sparked a debate about freedom of speech.