Italian police arrest 3 terror suspects


ROME - Police on Saturday arrested three Moroccans — a Muslim imam and two of his aides — and accused them of running a "terror school" at a small mosque in central Italy, where they allegedly trained in combat, learned about bombs and stashed away chemicals.

Italy police raid 'terror school'

 BBC New 

Police in central Italy say they have uncovered a bomb school for Islamist militants after raiding a mosque in Perugia and making three arrests.

Four men jailed over cartoon demo

 BBC News 

Four Muslim men have been jailed for their part in protests at the Danish embassy in London, against cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.

watch Protest footage  

Women arrested after police standoff, Dallas Airport

Dallas News 

Arlington: 2 were investigated after earlier airport incidents

It started with a routine domestic disturbance, except that the pair involved has recently been under investigation by federal terrorism officials.

Jail for the Muslim with blueprint for rocket in UK 

 Daily Mail 

A Muslim who tried to smuggle blueprints for home-made rockets into Britain smiled as he was jailed for three-andahalf years yesterday.

Muslim taxi recruiting Jihadists in Melbourne

 Herald Sun

TAXI authorities have condemned an Islamic recruiting drive by some of Melbourne's Muslim cabbies using propaganda-style DVDs featuring radical preacher Sheik Khalid Yasin.

Three DVDs, two featuring Sheik Yasin, have been handed to the Herald Sun by an unwitting cab driver after a night trip.

Kafeel's dream was to build housing complex in UK where Shariat would rule


Kafeel Ahmed, an accused in the failed UK terror plot, had a dream of constructing a housing complex on the outskirts of Bangalore where Shariat would have been the rule of law.

Bin Laden’s deputy behind the Red Mosque bloodbath

Times on line 

AL-QAEDA’S leadership secretly directed the Islamic militants whose armed revolt at the Red Mosque in Islamabad ended last week with more than 100 deaths after it was stormed by the Pakistan army.

British juror arrested after listening to music under hijab


LONDON (AFP) - A female Muslim juror has been arrested in Britain after allegedly listening to an MP3 player under her hijab headscarf during a murder trial, police said Monday.

The woman in her early 20s was spotted by a fellow juror listening to music as she was meant to be helping try the case of a pensioner accused of bludgeoning his wife to death after 50 years of marriage.

New al-Qaeda tape threatens UK


IRO, Egypt (AP) -- Al-Qaeda's No. 2 issued a new tape on Tuesday threatening to retaliate against Britain for having honored novelist Salman Rushdie, a U.S.-based intelligence monitoring group said.  

Ayman al-Zawahri, Osama bin Laden's deputy, lashed out at Britain for having knighted Salman Rushdie last month.

Four 21/7 bomb plotters get life

 BBC News 

Four men convicted of the 21 July bomb plot have been jailed for life, with a minimum tariff of 40 years each.

Muktar Ibrahim, 29, Yassin Omar, 26, Ramzi Mohammed, 25, and Hussain Osman, 28, were found guilty on Monday.

How I befriended a Glasgow bomb suspect and Islamic radical

Former extremist Shiraz Maher recalls his friendship with Bilal Abdulla

Times on Line 

When I saw the name of Bilal Abdulla – one of those arrested in connection with suspected bomb attacks – in the news, I recognised it immediately, although it took me a while to be completely sure. This was the same Bilal I had known when I was a student at Cambridge – a time when I had become a radical Muslim.

Car bombs are linked with Iraq’s Al-Qaeda

Times on Line 

AT least one of the suspects being quizzed over the alleged plot to set off car bombs in Britain was in recent contact with Al-Qaeda in Iraq, senior security officials said yesterday.

Eight Al Qaeda fanatics working for the police in UK (but they don't dare sack them)

Daily Mail 

Up to eight police officers and civilian staff are suspected of links to extremist groups including Al Qaeda.

Some are even believed to have attended terror training camps in Pakistan or Afghanistan.

Kidnapping of a Nun in Alexandria

On Friday, May 11, 2005, a ministry leader in the Church of St. Mary and St. Mina of Kng Mariout, Al-Amreya, asked sister Aeyda Adel-Kamal, also known as sister Neimah (approximately 18 years of age) to browse the local shops and purchase party supplies for the Sunday school classes. After the given instructions, sister Neimah left the church following what she has been told.


45 Muslim doctors planned US terror raids

Daily Telegraph 

Ties that bind terror car bomb suspects

Airport attack doctor was known extremist

A group of 45 Muslim doctors threatened to use car bombs and rocket grenades in terrorist attacks in the United States during discussions on an extremist internet chat site.

More doctors held in Britain

Washington Times 

The educational achievements of the suspects in the car-bomb attempts is in sharp contrast to the men that carried out the deadly July 7 transit bombings two years ago.

Three admit inciting terror acts

 BBC News 

Three al-Qaeda-linked men have admitted inciting terrorist attacks against non-Muslims on websites and in e-mails.

Younes Tsouli, 23, of west London, and Waseem Mughal, 24, of Chatham, Kent, changed their pleas on Monday.

Terror suspects all linked to NHS, 8 Doctors so far

 BBC News 

Eight people arrested in connection with failed car bombings in Glasgow and London all have links with the National Health Service, the BBC has learned.

'An antidote to Fox': Iran launches English TV channel

The Guardian 

Report of Glasgow attack says event staged by Britain to discredit Muslims

The Guardian

A screen grab from IRNA TV, Iran's new state-run English-language 24-hour news, shows presenter Yvonne Ridley
A screen grab from IRNA TV, Iran's new state-run English-language 24-hour news, shows presenter Yvonne Ridley, a former Sunday Express journalist who converted to Islam after being captured by the Taliban in 2001

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