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Seeking to keep the case of their father in front of the public eye, the family of the Blind Shaykh, ‘Umar ‘Abd al-Rahmān, organized another conference at the site of their open sit-in across from the American Embassy.  
One of the interesting subplots to the Egyptian revolution is the fate of ‘Umar ‘Abd al-Rahmān, known as the Blind Shaykh, who is incarcerated in America for his role in organizing the 1993 attempt to blow up the World Trade Center. His family has maintained a small sit-in protest outside the US...
Egyptian police tighten their watch over foreign Azhar students for fear that they will recruit other students to join jihād movements.
The article discusses the issue of international terrorist groups working in Egypt and provides information on the group, its leaders and its policies.
Police authorities finally arranged a meeting between prisoner Abū ‘Umar and his family after detaining him in an unknown location for three years. Abū ‘Umar had been arrested by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its Italian counterpart, in Milan in 2003 over his alleged relations with...
Lawyer of Islamic groups, Muntasir al-Zayyāt, who defends Hasan Mustafa Usāma Nasr, otherwise known as Abu ‘Umar al-Misrī, has recently revealed that al-Misrī is planning to sue the former Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, for being involved in his abduction and deportation to Egypt...
A member of the Islamic Liberation Party in the United Kingdom, Mājid Nawāz, was released last week from an Egyptian jail after serving three-quarters of his five-year jail term, which was on charges of spreading his party’s ideology in Egypt.
The author notes the imprisonment and release of several British members of the Islamic group Hizb al-Tahrir. The author adds that perhaps their imprisonment should never have occurred, since some argued that they ever only expressed their opinions peacefully.
Usama Rushdie, a leader in the Gama’at Al-Islamiya, said that he would not be extradited to the Egyptian authorities because there is no agreement between Egypt and Holland for exchanging fugitives.
Egypt is holding three suspected Muslim militants who were arrested in the United Arab Emirates and handed over to Cairo in February, a London-based Islamic organization said on February 24.
The year 1998 has passed with no terrorist acts unlike the many years passed leaving sad memories of terrorism. Security specialists agreed the wise policy of the new Minster of Interior, Major General Habib Al-Adly, is the reason.
Military prosecutors are questioning more than 50 suspects, including more than a dozen extradited by other countries, in connection with the 1995 suicide bombing of the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad which killed 16 people.
Security officials in Cairo believe the British bill [legislation] may help break up terrorist networks targeting Egypt and other Arab countries. "It is a real positive step towards fighting terrorism worldwide," an interior ministry official said. "For years Britain has turned a blind eye to the...
The British House of Commons and House of Lords passed new legislation aimed at crushing violent Northern Ireland groups but will also hit terrorists from Egypt in England.
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