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A Federal Court in Canada renews the detention of an Egyptian fundamentalist leader accused of having relations with the Egyptian Jihad Organization.
The British Home Secretary declared that Britain has withdrawn its citizenship from Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza Al-Masri, head of the London-Based Ansar Al-Shari´a [Shari´a supporters] group.
The author reports the argument concerning the subject of the movie Spooks. The film discusses the story of recruiting suicide-fundamentalists in one of the mosques of Birmingham. It presents a false image of Muslims and Islam in Britain. Thus it provokes the anger of Muslims.
While the British Ministry of Interior is reconsidering granting asylum to a previous officer of the Taliban, British sources revealed that the former minister of sports (during the reign of the Taliban) lives in London as an asylum seeker.
The two sons of Abu Hamza Al-Masri, the leader of Ansar Al-Shari´a group [Supporters of Shari´a], stand trial before a British Court over the charge of vandalizing Finsbury Park Mosque and assaulting two police officers.
Yesterday, a court in London ordered the release of the sons of Abu Hamza Al-Masri, the leader of Ansar Al-Shari´a [Shari´a Supporters] Organization, pending a retrial on February 20 on the charge of attacking police officers.
The Islamic Research and Studies Center, the mouthpiece of the Al-Qa´ida network, issued a CD containing a book titled “The Reality about the New Crusade.” Some Islamists say the book is a “legal justification” or a “passport” for the operations Bin Laden and his group executed or will execute...
A “repented” fundamentalist believes that Usama Bin Laden allows shedding the blood of Muslims. He gives as evidence the bombing of the American embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi where 224 persons were killed, only 12 of them were Christian Americans.
The war of defamation has been ignited between fundamentalists in London. The battlefield is the Islamic forums on the internet especially between the leader of the organization Ansar Al-Shari’a and an Egyptian fundamentalist who writes under pseudonyms.
An Islamist who follows the activities of al-Qācida has suggested that the ‘grandsons’ of that organization consider the Internet their ‘shaykh’, not Usāma Bin Lādin or Ayman al-Zawāhirī.


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