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Radical Islamic cleric Abū Hamzah al-Misrī lost his appeal against his convictions of incitement to murder and race-hate offences.
British official document issued by the Department for Education urging university lecturers and staff to report on Muslim students.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat interviews the Syrian “fundamentalist” ‘Umar Bakrī, who was deported from Britain.
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...
Dr. Rif‘at al-Sa‘īd reviews a study by Dr. ‘Abd Allāh Shalabī, professor at ‘Ayn Shams University, Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Sociology department that tackled the issue of religiosity and the relationship between religion and state.
Al-Muhajeroun [the immigrants], the most important Fundamentalist movement in Britain, will hold a number of Islamic conferences in the beginning of the year 2004. The leader of the movement, Omar Bakri, stated that the new conference entitled "In Confrontation with Former Fundamentalist Thought,"...
Omar Bakri, leader of London-based Al-Muhajjerin [emigrants] group, says that US soldiers in Iraq are legal targets for the mujahideen who want to attack US-British forces.
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.
During a phone interview with al-Sharq al-Awsat, Muslim fundamentalist cUmar Bakrī Fustuq said that he has been unable to move freely since accusations against him in the media prompted Syrian authorities to investigate him.
In the wake of the London bombings, Britain has become aware of Muslim fundamentalists living within its borders, realizing, for the first time, the threat they pose to the British national security.
The conference which fundamentalists in Britain organized in London witnessed many clashes that resulted in detaining six members of the extremist National British Front. The head of the Al-Muhagerun [emigrants] group, called Queen Elizabeth and Toni Blair to convert to Islam.
In a statement sent to al-Sharq al-Awsat, former head of the London-based al-Mujāhidoun Movement, Anjem Choudary has announced that a conference on jihād in Palestine is scheduled for February 19. According to Choudary, the conference is also due to discuss the new anti-terrorism law, which will...
Four men, suspected of leading fundamentalist movements in Britain have been deported after they went to the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to visit former leader of the Muhājiroun [immigrants] movement, Shaykh ‘Umar Bakrī.
Omar Bakri, the leader of the group of Al-Muhajeroun [the emigrants] announced that the British police cancelled a conference organized by [Muslim] fundamentalists to celebrate the third anniversary of the 11 September attacks just a few hours before its scheduled time.
The British government is trying to enforce some restrictive laws with the claim of fighting terrorism. The aim is to detain Arab political refugees who are described as extremist fundamentalists. The most important are Abu Hamza Al-Masri, Omar Bakri, Yasser Al-Serri and Abu Qatada.
The British authorities discovered that a security company called Sakina was recruiting British Muslim youth and sending them to Chechnya and Afghanistan to participate in Jihad against the Christian West. Therefore they closed the company and arrested its members. The members of Sakina are...
Omar Bakri, the head of Al-Muhagereen [the Immigrants] fundamentalist group, called for British-Muslims who want to join the fighting in Afghanistan to give up their British nationality. At the same time he warned Muslims who serve in the British army against joining the war against Afghanistan,...
The British government is facing demands for investigation of whether Muslim students in Britain are being militarily trained and armed to fight outside Britain, especially in Chechnya and Kashmir. This demand has led to fears among British Muslims, especially those who belong to the...
Because of the increased and continuing atrocities of the State of Israel, the Islamic Scholars around the world declared this Ramadan a month of Intifada saying that it is a divine obligation upon the Muslims world-wide to respond to their call verbally, financially, physically and militarily.
Religious extremists started campaigning against Rose Al-Youssef because it published a series of taped interviews with them which unleashed their thoughts, methods and goals. Yasser Al-Serri felt cornered after the magazine revealed the unimportance of his role, and how flat his ideas are. Sheikh...

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