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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.
Muslim communities in the West are searching for role models through whom they can find the right path to religion.
In the aftermath of London bombings, several European countries have adopted tough new anti-terrorist legislation that the author argues restricts Muslims’ freedom.
The British body responsible for prisons said it would soon build a mosque with a minaret and a dome inside the heavily-guarded Belmarsh prison in southwestern London, which houses a number of fundamentalist leaders. The step is meant to offer the chance for Muslim prisoners to observe their...
After a year and a half of being shut down by the Scotland Yard police, the Finsbury Park Mosque was reopened yesterday and Friday prayers were held there. Supporters of Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza [Al-Masry] who is wanted in the United States, established their control over it instantly...
Muslim fundamentalists in the UK will rally in front of the British Parliament on October 10 demanding the release of Abu Hamza Al-Masry, the leader of the group of Ansar Al-Shari’a [The advocates of Shari’a]. The rally will takes place few days before the date of the court session in which a...
British police, Scotland Yard, won an extension of time for questioning the extreme Islamist, Abu Hamza Al-Masri, whom Britain arrested following a request from the United States for his extradition under an accusation of involvement in terrorist activities. He became subject to the investigation...
Abu Abdullah Al-Turki is Abu-Hamza Al-Masri’s closest assistant; the latter is now under arrest in Bill Marsh prison, southwest London after being found guilty of nine crimes. Concerning confusion among the members after the arrest of Abu Hamza Al-Masri, Al-Turki confirms that their group is firmly...
Britain has become a safe harbor and a hotbed of terrorists, from Abu Hamza Al-Masry and Yasser Al-Serri, a suspect in the Luxor massacre, to Abu Bakr Muhammad, the founder of the Group of Fundamentalists. [what was the name in Arabic? If the Arabic name is the original name of the group it should...
After several months of preparations at the headquarters of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, the first visit to Britain was decided. The Minister of Awqaf [Religious Endowments] formed a delegation comprising the Grand Mufti Dr. Ali Goma’a, Dr. Zaghloul Al-Naggar and Dr. Muhammad Abu Lela....

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