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A British court on August 16 ordered two suspects to remain in custody to face extradition hearings in connection with last year’s deadly bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Magistrate Ronald Bartle remanded the two men - Ibrahim Hussein Abdel Hadi Eidarous, 42, and Adel Mohammed Al...
Egypt has finally got what it wanted - almost. For years, the government has been calling on Britain to hand over Egyptian nationals wanted for terrorism-related activities. Now it appears that two London-based Egyptian fundamentalists may be extradited, but to the U.S. rather than Egypt.
Magistrate Nicholas Evans remanded in custody two Egyptian Islamists until 16 August. The United States wants the two men to face charges of conspiracy to murder over the bombings on 7 August 1998, which killed at least 215 people in Nairobi and 11 in Dar es Salaam.
The British government has no clear policy against terrorism and terrorists. Sometimes, it appeases these serial murderers and at other times it hunts them down. In most cases, it acts at the behest of the US.
Ibrahim Hussein Abdel-Hadi Eidarous, 42, and Adel Abdel-Meguid Abdel-Bari, 39, were both arrested in London Sunday [July 11, 1999] on US extradition warrants alleging they had conspired with Saudi Arabian dissident Osama Bin Laden to murder US citizens. Bin Laden is the alleged mastermind behind...
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