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Some of the directors of the Islamic institutions in Britain criticized the British government for not controlling the activities of the extremist imams who encourage young people, in the name of jihad, to rebel against the society in which they live and to participate in violent activities. For...
It is noticeable that the nicknames terrorists chose for themselves are old Islamic names. The choice of such old Islamic names is not a fashion followed by terrorists. It indicates their aspiration for escaping to an Islamic utopia. In addition, such names link them with past they glorify and want...
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.
Yemen offered the British government to exchange five British citizens jailed in Aden for the Egyptian fundamentalist, Abu Hamza Al Masri, who was said to have sent these five to Aden. It asked Britain to hand over Abu Hamza Al Masri, wanted in Yemen, to be prosecuted according to Yemeni law.
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...
Through an interview with Yasser Al-Serri, one the most famous Egyptian extremists, now living in London, the writer exposed the opportunism of the extremists and their mercurial ability at tailoring the Halal and Haram [permitted and forbidden according to Islam] to suit their purposes. While...
"Le Nouvelle Observateur", a French weekly, reports that London has become a haven for terrorists and a protector of Muslim extremist leaders from around the world. Many headquarters of terrorist extremist groups can be found in London. The "Observateur" tells many stories, describing the life of...
"... In the weekly sermon in Saint Peter’s Square, the Pope, made apologies for the way the church treated the scientist Galileo who said the earth revolves around the sun. The Pope also spoke about the pain the Crusaders caused for the people in the East. This will also be discussed in the meeting...
Yesterday, The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights [EOHR] expressed its disappointment at the decision issued by the State Security Prosecutor to refer Hafez Abu-Saeda, Secretary General of the organization, to the Supreme State Security Court (emergency) to be tried for breaching article No. 1...
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was an erudite Muslim reformer who had the opportunity to witness the ruin of Mughal Empire and formation of a British government in the Indian continent at a time. He also had seen the aggression of British government against Indians in general and the Muslim community in...

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