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The author gives a brief background of the life of Abu Hamza Al-Masri and his involvement with Islamic groups. He comments on withdrawing his British citizenship.
The article explains how Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza Al-Masri, leader of the London-based Ansar Al-Shari’a group, obtained his British citizenship and the reasons behind its withdrawal from him.
The attorney of Abu Hamza Al-Masri said that he would appeal against the decision of the British government to withdraw the British citizenship from Abu Hamza Al-Masri.
The British Home Secretary declared that Britain has withdrawn its citizenship from Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza Al-Masri, head of the London-Based Ansar Al-Shari´a [Shari´a supporters] group.
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.
The two sons of Abu Hamza Al-Masri, the leader of Ansar Al-Shari´a group [Supporters of Shari´a], stand trial before a British Court over the charge of vandalizing Finsbury Park Mosque and assaulting two police officers.
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.
The British Charity Committee accuses Abu-Hamza Al-Misri, leader of the Ansar Al-Shari’a [advocates of the Islamic law] group, of turning the mosque where he preaches into a center for extremists. Al-Misri says he will resist plans aiming to dismiss him from being the imam of the mosque.
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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