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The British ambassador in Sanaa denied that Yemen renewed its request to be handed over Abu Hamza Al-Masri to trial him for committing terrorist actions on its lands. She added that her country would be happy to hand him over to be tried if there were enough evidences against him.
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.
Associated sources in London declared that the Israeli intelligence service Mossad passed around the news about Damascus handing over Refa’i Ahmed Taha, the military leader of the Gama’at Al-Islamiya, to Cairo. The leader of the Ansar Al-Shari’a organization in London said that the negotiations...
The British authorities discovered that a security company called Sakina was recruiting British Muslim youth and sending them to Chechnya and Afghanistan to participate in Jihad against the Christian West. Therefore they closed the company and arrested its members. The members of Sakina are...
Mohammed Al-Sharqawi, who represents the Islamic community in the British House of Lords, pointed out that the different mass media [in Britain] are keen on distorting the image of Islam and Muslims because most of them are owned by Jews. After the attacks of September 11, the media intentionally...
The article gives an overview of the patriotic role Copts played throughout the history of Egypt. It also speaks about Christianity in Egypt and how it stood against atheist movements and laid the foundations of true Christianity for the Christian world.
Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh offered to the British Ambassador to Sana to give Abu Hamza to Britain. He also offered to give all evidence to prove that Abu Hamza is guilty of assassinating and kidnapping a number of tourists through Aden’s Islamic Army and also to pay for the lawyers who...
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.
Instead of isolation of fundamentalist leaders living in exile, they are now making statements through e-mail or web sites, declaring their point of view.. The newest e-Jihad site is the Mujahidin, supervised by the Arab-Afghans. In the Mujahidin site, published in Arabic, English, and Turkish, is...
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...

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