Al-Qaeda group threatens attacks in France 

AFP 

An Al-Qaeda front group in Europe threatened on Tuesday to launch bloody attacks in France in response to the election of "crusader and Zionist" Nicolas Sarkozy as president. 

Cannabis cash 'funds Islamist terrorism' 

The Observer  

Cannabis smokers are unwittingly funding Islamist extremists linked to terror attacks in Spain, Morocco and Algeria, according to a joint investigation by the Spanish and French secret services. The finding will be seized on both by campaigners for a harsher clampdown on cannabis and by those who argue that legalisation is the only way to end a petty dealing trend that is dragging growing numbers of teenagers into crime.

London bomber's widow among new arrests over July 7 attacks 

Anti-terror police arrested four more suspects Wednesday over the July 2005 suicide attacks in London, including the widow of one of the bombers who killed 52 people.  

Police sources said Hasina Patel, 29, the widow of bombers' ringleader Mohammed Sidique Khan, was arrested by anti-terror police in an early morning raid at her home in Dewsbury. 

deadly links of UK's Islamic terror network

 

Shiv Malik and David Leppard  

The Times 

A former Islamic militant has disclosed for the first time the extent of the Al-Qaeda terror network in Britain.  

6 Charged In Alleged N.J. Terror Plot 

WNBC 

NEW YORK -- Six men from New Jersey have been charged in an alleged terror plot against soldiers at Fort Dix, according to law enforcement sources. Investigators said the men planned to use automatic rifles to enter Fort Dix and kill as many soldiers as they could at the New Jersey military base. Fort Dix was just one of several military and security locations allegedly scouted by this group, authorities said.  

'4,000 terror suspects in UK' 

Telegraph 

Up to 4,000 terrorism suspects and their supporters are active in Britain, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Stevens said yesterday. 

Lord Stevens said the security service MI5 had recently suggested a figure of 2,000 but the true number was "probably nearer 4,000".  Police and MI5 were "still too underfunded and undermanned to cope with the task they face in the decades to come. And that's how long this will last," he said. The "infection" had spread out from "hot spots" such as Luton, the West Midlands and Finsbury Park in London and those involved in the fertiliser bomb plot case which finished this week were "ordinary and British".

British Jihadists using Africa as secret staging  

Times on Line 

Home-grown British terrorists have been flying to countries in Africa that do not require visas from London before transferring to Pakistan for training in al-Qaeda camps. 

THREE TERROR SUSPECTS MISSING ON OUR STREETS IN UK  

Daily Express 

There are more terror suspects like the Bluewater bombers loose on our streets  THREE men accused of links with Al Qaeda and the Bluewater bomb plotters are on the loose in Britain, it emerged yesterday. 

Because of Jihadists, U.S. Seeks Closing of Visa Loophole for Britons

 New York Times 

LONDON, May 1 — Omar Khyam, the ringleader of the thwarted London bomb plot who was sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday, showed the potential for disaffected young men to be lured as terrorists, a threat that British officials said they would have to contend with for a generation.

Strong support for Sharia in Egypt, Morocco, Pakistan, and Indonesia 

Malaysia Sun 

An in-depth poll of four major Muslim countries has found that in all of them large majorities believe that undermining Islam is a key goal of US foreign policy.  

Five men have been found guilty of plotting to kill hundreds in an al-Qaeda-linked bomb plot. The international conspiracy included links to the 7 July 2005 London bombings. Two other men on trial at the Old Bailey were found not guilty.

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Five get life over UK bomb plot  

 BBC News 

Five men have been jailed for life for a UK bomb plot linked to al-Qaeda that could have killed hundreds of people.

Turkish government slams army intervention threat to save secularity 

 

Reuters

 

Turkey's Islamist-rooted government sharply criticized an army threat to intervene in domestic politics and said on Saturday the military must remain under civilian control. 

Holland School Scraps Nature Course As Pigs Enrage Muslim Pupils  

Source 

A school in Amsterdam has halted lessons on rural life because the Islamic children refused to talk about pigs. Reporting this, Alderman Lodewijk Asscher said he wants to take "tough measures." Subsidies for all kinds of dubious groups must stop and parents of unruly children penalised financially. 

Four UK men plead guilty on jihad-related charge 

LONDON (Reuters) –  

Four British men pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges of conspiring to cause explosions in a case linked to that of a Briton jailed last year for plotting to blow up the New York Stock Exchange. 

The men -- Junade Feroze, 31, Mohammed Zia ul-Haq, 28, Abdul Aziz Jalil, 34, and Omar Abdul Rehman, 23 -- pleaded guilty to conspiring with Dhiren Barot between February 2001 and August 2004 to cause an explosion or explosions, the court said. 

Six arrested in London anti-terror raids 

"Suspected of inciting terrorism abroad and raising money for terrorists."  

Agence France-Presse: 

LONDON (AFP) - British police arrested six men in pre-dawn anti-terror raids Tuesday, including radical Muslim Abu Izzadeen, known for calling western leaders "terrorists" and heckling Home Secretary John Reid. 

Muslims attack Christians in the presence of Police in Dair Mawas, Egypt. 

dair mowas24th April 2007

A crowd of Muslim fundamentalists attacked Christians who were officially regaining control over on of the houses which were illegally occupied by Muslim fanatics in Dair Mawas since 1986. 

The house belongs to the family of Eng. Adly Abadeer. Eng. Adly Abadeer is the Head of Copts United in Zurich and also known as the Elder of Copts in the Diaspora. 

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Egyptian faces death over Saudi Koran desecration  

Source   

 

RIYADH – An Egyptian living in Saudi Arabia has been sentenced to death for desecrating the Koran and renouncing Islam, Saudi newspapers and a rights activist said on Wednesday.

 

Pittsburgh Imam Fouad ElBayly: Ayaan Hirsi Ali should be put to death 

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 

Furor over author Ayaan Hirsi Ali's visit stirs debate on religious freedom Say what you want about your religion.  Go ahead, say anything that comes into your mind -- even if you don't agree with your minister, your priest, your rabbi. Even if you think you're right and they've got it all wrong, as long as you're not making a direct threat to someone, you can disagree or turn your back and walk away to another faith or to no faith at all.  

Al-Qaeda seeks to expand its operations 

Financial Times 

Al-Qaeda is reaching out from its base in Pakistan to turn militant Islamist groups in the Middle East and Africa into franchises charged with intensifying attacks on western targets, according to European officials and terrorism specialists. 


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