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Radical activist Abu Hamzah Al-Masri was arrested yesterday under Britain’s Prevention of Terrorism Act.
The head of the Shari`a Supporters organization Abu Hamzah Al-Masry threatened to bomb all western airplanes both civilian and military. He assured [reporters of] his determination to raise his plan in the meeting of fundamentalist groups held in London.
Military prosecutors are questioning more than 50 suspects, including more than a dozen extradited by other countries, in connection with the 1995 suicide bombing of the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad which killed 16 people.
Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, who is currently in a US jail, has called for the end of all militant activities in Egypt carried out by Islamic groups and to completely disassociate themselves from the Saudi terrorist Usama Bin Laden. Other extremists leader, however, disagree.
The British House of Commons and House of Lords passed new legislation aimed at crushing violent Northern Ireland groups but will also hit terrorists from Egypt in England.
In the series of Islamic discussions on the Internet, also the bombing of the American Embassies in Nairobi and Dar es-Salaam is discussed. The paper cites the words of people in favor of the bombing as well as others who strongly denounce it.
Al-Arabi found out that the FBI office in Cairo obtained the files of 350 terrorists, including outstanding leaders, through association with a certain security force in Egypt.
Extremists announced that they had to intensify their campaign on the Internet to refute insulting allegations propagandized by foreigners and Coptic extremists.
Sheik Omar Al-Bakry, the leader of the immigrant extremist movement, sees the Internet as venue through which to execute field operations and military operations.
Egyptian Muslim extremists prevented prayers for the famous Syrian poet Nizar Kabbani, whom they consider an infidel in the Regent Park Mosque in London.


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