Tamimi in Manchester: "dying for your beliefs is just"tamimi

By BEN TAYLOR 15:39pm 21st August 2006 A British-based Muslim radical appeared to back suicide bombing yesterday when he claimed that dying for your beliefs was 'just'. Dr Azzam Tamimi told an 8,000-strong crowd that standing up for your principles was the 'greatest act of martyrdom'. The 51- year-old was speaking at the ExpoIslamia convention in Manchester.The Palestinian-born academic - who previously boasted he would carry out a suicide bombing in Israel - also repeated his public backing for Hamas, which remains banned in the UK. More                   

 The Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

Winston Pickett and Mark Gardner For much of the twentieth century the constellation of totalitarian ideologies coalesced around the Second World War and the Cold War, a fact that provided historians and analysts with familiar points on the political compass.

Broadly speaking, extremism was bounded within the ideologies of fascism on the one hand, and the revolutionary Left on the other.


Hezbollha’s Missing Financial Audit

By: Elias Bejjani
August 22/06
International and Lebanese news agencies have reported that Hezbollah has began as of last Friday August 18, distributing US $12,000 per Shiite (only) family whose home was destroyed in the Israeli air strikes on the Southern suburbs, South Lebanon and Beirut, where Hezbollah has erected its three mini-states

The Universality of Radical Islam

Lessons to learn from the Middle East 

 In his latest Video interview on 27th July 2006, Ayman Al-Zawahri, the second in command of AlQaeda has warned in a video statement that those backing attacks on Muslims in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip will be made to pay.

Islamic radicalization feared in Europe's jails 

islam in europeSelf-designated imam Arafat Mahmoud, far center, leads an Islamic prayer as Hakimi Abd Elfattah, left, and other prisoners pray in a jail cell in the Bollate prison, on the outskirts of Milan

By Jennifer Carlile MILAN, Italy —"In prison you only think about waking up, cleaning your cell, and praying," said a Moroccan inmate serving time in a prison on the outskirts of this city. During a recent visit to the Bollate prison, 25-year-old Hakimi Abd Elfattah said he was a non-observant Muslim before being incarcerated, but "there's nothing to do in here, so I learn a little of the Quran 

Secret documents show the Foreign Office is ready to risk international fury by opening a dialogue with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. 

By Martin BrightThe British government has a terrible dilemma. Should it refuse to deal with radical Islamic movements altogether, and so risk alienating large parts of the Muslim world, or should it make overtures towards the leaders of these movements and face down accusations that it is appeasing Islamofascists?

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