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A leader of the Gama´at Al-Islamiya asked the general secretary of the UN to investigate the statement the UN counselor of security affairs gave to the Dutch TV about him. The leader of the Gama´at said the UN official falsely claimed that he is one of the leaders of the Qa´ida...
The author comments on Montasser Al-Zayyat´s "Al-Zawahri as I knew him," through speaking about the reality of the claimed alliance took place between the Gama´at Al-Islamiya and the Jihad group. He also sheds light on the ideologies of the latter.
The media spokesman of the Gama´at Al-Islamiya said that the attacks against the US have nothing to do with Islam. He said that the media statement of Bin-Laden was provocative and full of expressions that can only be understood by Muslims. He expressed his rejection of the terrorism that was...
A delegation of officers of the Scotland Yard prevention of terrorism squad arrived in Cairo to inquire about the activities of the Egyptian fundamentalists who are living in London, the history of their involvement in the cases of religious violence and the sentences that were passed on them in...
Muslim cleric Mustafa Kāmil, otherwise known as Abu Hamza al-Misrī, was sentenced by the Old Bailey Tuesday to seven years in jail after being found guilty of soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred during sermons to his followers.
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...
Former imām of Finsbury Park Mosque, north London, Abu Hamza al-Misrī, has denied in court in the U.K. 16 charges including soliciting murder and stirring up racial hatred, arguing that fomenting hatred is a cardinal sin in Islam.
Imām of the Finsbury Park mosque in north London, Abu Hamza al-Misrī, is on trial on charges of preaching hatred and inciting his followers to kill Jews, unbelievers and apostate Muslims.
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.
The Danish anti-terrorism act, enacted following the September 11 attacks, has been applied for the first time on a Muslim Moroccan charged with instigating jihād.

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