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A fight broke out yesterday in front of a London mosque between British extremists and supporters of Abu Hamza Al-Masry. Islamists said that “a number of white extremists” gathered near the mosque, a practice they had maintained since Abu Hamza became the imam. The extremists waved British flags...
Modather Arani, the lawyer of the previous imam of Finsbury Park Mosque in London, Abu Hamza Al-Masry, said that her client is facing a “silencing” operation after he was arrested in London in response to the U.S. demand to hand him over on charges of terrorism.
The court hearings of the American demand that Abu Hamza Al-Masry be handed over to them is taking place this week in a British court. The official hearing will take place on the 23rd of July. It has been stated that the FBI filed a case against Al-Masry by using information divulged by prison...
Sources close to the defense of Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza al-Masrī, who is detained in Britain on charges of 14 accounts within the anti-terror law, revealed a plan by his lawyer to subpoena a former Jewish rabbi who had converted to Islam for testimony, based on the texts taken from the...
The family of Egyptian fundamentalist Abu Hamza, imprisoned in Britain on charges of inciting to murder, said Hamza’s cry at night is in prayers and Qur’ān recitation, not in regret of things he did that led him to jail, reported British newspaper The Sun.
The family of Abu Hamza al-Masrī has stated that the administration of Belmarsh Prison in south west London has confiscated his two hooks and kept him in solitary confinement, where his human rights are being violated.
Usama Rushdie, a leader in the Gama’at Al-Islamiya, said that he would not be extradited to the Egyptian authorities because there is no agreement between Egypt and Holland for exchanging fugitives.
The article is a comment by Usama Rushdie, a leader in the Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya, on the memoirs of Ayman Al-Zawahri. He stressed that the opinion he expressed in the article does not represent the attitude of the Gama’at Al-Islamiya as he is not authorized to speak on behalf of them.
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.


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