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The author believes that Wahhabi ideologies prevailing in Saudi Arabia and Morocco are behind the recent terrorist attacks in the two countries.
It is yet to be proved that Al-Qa´ida is behind the recent attacks in Riyadh. However, US senior officials responsible for fighting terrorism believe that these attacks are undoubtedly indicating that Al-Qa´ida is back.
The author comments on how Abu Hamza Al-Masri, leader of the London-based Ansar Al-Shari’a group, obtained his British citizenship and why the British authorities have withdrawn it from him later. He gives a brief background about his activities that placed him at the top of the leaders of...
The Emirates handed Cairo over fundamentalist Muhammad Sharif, known as Abu Al-Farag Al-Masri. Al-Masri is a member of the Jihad Organization, led by Dr. Ayaman Al-Zawhari. He was the imam of a mosque in the Emirates.
The British government studies the possibility of revoking the British citizenship of Egyptian Sheikh Abu Hamza Al-Masri, who is wanted by the Yemeni government for involvement in lawsuits related to terrorism.
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.
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.
Interview with the head of the Azhar Fatwa Committee concerning the work of the committee and some of the controversial fatwas he issued. He also gives his opinion on modern Islamic preachers
American people think of Islam as a religion of terrorism and they accuse all Muslims of a crime committed only by a few terrorists. This is how they justify collective punishment, including declaring war on all Muslims and putting them under strict surveillances.
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.


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