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The Washington Post adopts a dubious policy ranging from supporting the global organization of the Muslim Brotherhood to its editors' ignorance of the motives of the organization and its intellectual and political drives, and goals in which it seeks to spread its ideology by hiding behind the...
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.  
An Egyptian Islamist who holds Pakistani citizenship demanded that he be transferred from Abu Za’bal prison [in Egypt] to Guantanamo detention center in Cuba, where almost 580 Qa’ida and Taliban detainees are imprisoned, claiming that he would receive better treatment there. He claimed that he is...
The British police yesterday arrested Abū Hamza al-Masry, the leader of the group of Ans...
British authorities deposed Egyptian fundamentalist Abū Hamza al-Masri from being the Imām of Finsbury Park Mosque because he used his position to give political statements. The ?Sun? paper reported the news of his deposition and asked its readers to call him on his cellular phone and ask him to...
Scotland Yard raided the mosque where Egyptian fundamentalist Abū Hamza al-Masri preaches, after receiving information from the French intelligence service about it. British officials stressed that such measures are not against Islām. al-Masri led the Friday prayers in the street for two...
Asharq Al-Awsat pubished interviews with Karm Zuhdi, the leader of the Gama?a Al-Islamiya in Egypt on July 15 and July 16. The interviews ran by Abdel-Lateef Al-Manawi, brought about comments by Sawt Al-Umma, Al-Wafd and Rose El-Youssef due to the obvious ideological changes reflected in Zuhdi?s...
Police in Belize announced that an American fugitive charged with establishing a terrorist training camp in the U.S. and poisoning water supplies in North Virginia was arrested yesterday morning in Belize City.
Some information about the extremist preacher Abū Hamzah al- Misrī and why the British authorities hate him.5. Developments in Muslim-Christian relations in the Arab world
The article talks about a member of al-Qa‘īdah who spies for European intelligence. This double agent gives a detailed picture and secret information about what happens inside the al-Qa‘īdah camps, as well as information on Ūsāmah Bin Lādin and his men.
Radical Islamic cleric Abū Hamzah al-Misrī lost his appeal against his convictions of incitement to murder and race-hate offences.
The author discusses the way late Egyptian Nobel laureate Najīb Mahfūz dealt with the issue of religious extremism and terrorism in his novels, namely those of the 1980s, in which he tried to detect reasons for the spread of fanaticism in Egyptian society.
British official document issued by the Department for Education urging university lecturers and staff to report on Muslim students.
The author of the article raises suspicions about the seriousness of the suspected plot to explode airplanes and implies that the arrest of Muslim suspects in Britain was planned by the U.S.
British police have raided a number of Islamic schools, which the government said are suspected training camps for young Islamic extremists. Amongst these schools was al- Jam‘īyah al-Islāmīyah [Reviewer: Islamic Association] School at Mark Cross, whose imām, Bilāl Pātīl, admitted that jailed...
British police staff receives training at an Islamic school while 14 people are arrested for terrorist recruitment and training.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat interviews the Syrian “fundamentalist” ‘Umar Bakrī, who was deported from Britain.
On the first anniversary of the July 7 London bombings, Al-Sharq al-Awsat devoted much space in its issues of July 6 to 8, 2006 to articles analyzing a recent survey by The Times on the terrorist acts which claimed 52 lives and injured more than 700 people.
Two leading members of al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya, ‘Āsim ‘Abd al-Mājid and ‘Isām Dirbāla, have been recently released, thus decreasing the number of the group’s current prisoners to less than 500.
The spokesman of "Al- Mohagereen" (immigrants) group in Pakistan declared that 700 British-Muslims were fighting with the Taliban forces. He mentioned a list of volunteers, which included Muslims from European countries and the US and pointed out that Arab-Afghans supervised the volunteers travel...

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