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In the first half of 2014, then Prime Minster of the United Kingdom David Cameron ordered an assessment of the philosophy and activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in Great Britain. Egypt, who had declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, welcomed the British decision and expressed...
A Syrian radical cleric ‘Umar Bakrī has been prevented from entering the U.K. due to media reports on his controversial stances toward the bombing attacks that have recently taken place in Britain. Bakrī, the founder of al-Muhajiroun Movement in the U.K., calls on British authorities either to try...
Muḥammad al-Shāfi‘ī interviews Islamic radical thinker Shaykh cUmar Bakrī, who was deported from the U.K. due to his extremist stances against the West, about his activities in his new residence in Tripoli, Lebanon.
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...
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,"...
There is an inclination to freeze the activities of the Muhagereen [emigrants] fundamentalist movement in Britain due to pressures from the British government and the Muslim community. Islamists in London explained that these pressures are due a fatwa issued by the leader of the group. The fatwa...
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.
Terrorism usually comes like a bolt from the blue, but not so the explosions in London. Some British Islamist leaders have been warning for months that such violence was imminent.

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