You're avoiding the question.
Is there a difference between allowing the likes of, '...Butt and Hamza, who have terrorist sympathies.' and 'A Muslim who helped recruit young men to fight for the Taliban...' to remain free in the UK, and funding, supporting and encouraging the acts of paramilitary groups who openly boast of their terrorist activities against a foreign nation?
(Quotes are from your sources)
And just one more thing, the comparison is a not quite correct, because we have been sheltering, not just people with "terrorist sympathies" (whatever the hell that means), but actual terrorists, because to send them back to Jordan or Egypt would probably result in their torture, and would certainly result in an unfair trial by our own standards. But whatevs...