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  • Actor Stanley Kamel, who played Monk’s shrink, dies

    04/11/2008 10:38:41 AM PDT · by Dr. Scarpetta · 112 replies · 1,051+ views
    Texarkana Gazette ^ | 4/11/08 | AP
    Stanley Kamel, who played Adrian Monk’s long-suffering psychiatrist on the TV detective show “Monk,” died Tuesday. He was 65. Kamel was found dead of a heart attack in his Hollywood Hills home by his agents, publicist Cynthia Snyder said. Kamel, born on Jan. 1, 1943, in New Brunswick, N.J., had a nearly four-decade acting career, much of it on television. For several years, he portrayed Dr. Charles Kroger on the USA Network series “Monk.” As Kroger, he dispensed advice during weekly therapy sessions to Monk (Tony Shalhoub), a brilliant but neurotic private detective with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
  • US Court Throws Out Case Against Saleh Kamel ~ Judge Richard Conway Casey dismissing......

    12/19/2006 10:37:26 AM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 25 replies · 3,154+ views ^ | 18 December 2006 | Barbara Ferguson, Arab News
    Monday, 18, December, 2006 (28, Dhul Qa`dah, 1427)   Mail Article   |     Print Article   |     Comment on Article   US Court Throws Out Case Against Saleh KamelBarbara Ferguson, Arab News   Saleh Kamel   WASHINGTON, 18 December 2006 — A significant decision by a New York judge last Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Saleh Kamel and Albaraka Investment Bank.The accusations alleged they had been involved in support of the Al-Qaeda group suspected of backing the 9/11 terrorist attacks.Khaled Al-Nahdi, assistant to CEO of Dallah Albaraka Group, said in a statement on Friday that Judge Richard Conway Casey, of the Federal...
  • Hook son's job on Tube (Terrorist given 'sensitive' job on London Underground )

    10/31/2006 9:58:08 AM PST · by Stoat · 7 replies · 1,252+ views
    The Sun (U.K.) ^ | October 31, 2006 | NICK PARKER
         Convicted fanatic ... Mostafa    EXCLUSIVE  Hook son's job on Tube By NICK PARKEROctober 31, 2006           THE terrorist son of hook-handed Abu Hamza has been working on London’s Tube, The Sun can reveal.  Mohammed Kamel Mostafa, 25 — a convicted fanatic who has glorified suicide attacks like the 7/7 slaughter — was rumbled by Underground workmates when they saw his picture in The Sun.  They went straight to bosses, who told Mohammed Kamel Mostafa, 25, to sling his hook.But last night fury erupted over the security shambles that led to the convicted terrorist being...
  • I love Britain not terror, says son of Abu Hamza

    11/15/2006 12:03:57 AM PST · by Mrs Ivan · 6 replies · 743+ views
    The Times ^ | November 15, 2006 | Sean O’Neill
    THE son of the jailed Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri declared yesterday that he was proud to be a British citizen. Mohammad Mostafa Kamel, 25, who was jailed for terrorist offences in Yemen in 1999, said that it was wrong to associate him with his father’s views. “Everybody has their own beliefs and it doesn’t mean that if my dad believes something that I believe the same,” he told the BBC World Service Outlook programme. “I don’t agree with everything my dad says.” Mr Kamel, who was dismissed from a part-time maintenance job on the London Underground after his bosses...
  • New PreWarDoc fits with Gwynne Roberts article about Iraqi nuclear test

    04/19/2006 9:18:35 PM PDT · by RayRobisonblog · 45 replies · 2,716+ views ^ | 19 April 2006 | Ray Robison
    Fitting the pieces together In February 2001, the Sunday Times ran the article Was this Saddam’s Bomb by Gwynne Roberts. I couldn't find the original but it is also on . I only recently read this article and found it interesting but very hard to believe. One of the newly released documents CMPC-2003-015757 contains the Roberts' article in English. This is the first time I have seen it. I did some research and found no serious academic or professional rebuttals other than people who also found it hard to believe. However, it seems that supporting evidence has been right...
  • Trails Lead to Saudis: A Virginia terror probe continues (AL QAEDA IN BOSNIA)

    05/21/2003 9:30:22 AM PDT · by Destro · 10 replies · 572+ views ^ | May 21, 2003, 8:45 a.m. | Matthew Epstein
    May 21, 2003, 8:45 a.m. Trails Lead to SaudisA Virginia terror probe continues. By Matthew Epstein In March 2002, Federal terrorism investigators descended upon a group of Saudi-backed executives operating out of northern Virginia. The government hauled away truckloads of files and computer hard drives from the "SAAR Network," a web of dozens of related companies with interlocking officers, directors, and corporate headquarters. The Treasury Department suspected the group was laundering money for al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations. Now over a year after the raids, many are asking whether the Justice Department will hand down indictments or clear the...

    04/21/2006 5:48:36 AM PDT · by NewzGuru · 8 replies · 1,584+ views
    April 21, 2001 | NewzGuru
    SAMI AL-ARIAN ADMITS CONSPIRACY IN PLEA AGREEMENT " There is no conspiracy to support terrorism ."  - Ahmed Bedier, spokesman for Tampa chapter of Council on American Islamic Relations From what I’ve been able to gather, there seems to be enough evidence to prove a web of conspiracy . Let’s have a look and see if that’s true! American Muslim Council (AMC)1. Former Spokesman: Faisal Gill.2. Founder: Abdurahman Muhammad Alamoudi.3. Former Director: Erik Vickers 1. Faisal Gill Former spokesman for the American Muslim Council (AMC) Former director of government affairs for the Islamic Free Market Institute (Islamic Institute) in Washington, D.C.,...
  • 'Chemical Ali' Found Dead in Basra

    04/07/2003 12:17:00 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 111 replies · 674+ views
    Monday, April 7, 2003
    <p>BASRA, Iraq (AP) - Ali Hassan al-Majid, dubbed ``Chemical Ali'' by opponents of the Iraqi regime for ordering a poison gas attack that killed thousands of Kurds, has been found dead, a British officer said Monday.</p> <p>Maj. Andrew Jackson of the 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment told The Associated Press that his superiors had confirmed the death of the man who is also President Saddam Hussein's first cousin.</p> <p>Jackson said the body was found along with that of his bodyguard and the head of Iraqi intelligence services in Basra.</p>
  • The Butcher with the Terror Ties - The evidence mounts. (Newsweek reports on Atta in Prague, 2001)

    01/13/2006 9:11:24 AM PST · by neverdem · 83 replies · 7,860+ views
    NRO ^ | January 13, 2006 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend Version January 13, 2006, 8:11 a.m. The Butcher with the Terror Ties The evidence mounts. Drip, drip, drip. Drop by drop, isolated news stories and emerging documents are eroding the popular myth that Saddam Hussein had no connections to Islamofascist terrorists. These revelations undermine war critics’ efforts to whitewash Baghdad’s ancien regime — such as when Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid declared: “There was [sic] no terrorists in Iraq.” Likewise, Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.) describes a “nonexistent relationship between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein.” Reid, Levin, and others who dismiss...
  • Influx of terrorists (Canada's Liberals pandering to vote base pre-election?)

    05/09/2005 8:33:47 AM PDT · by GMMAC · 12 replies · 943+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Monday, May 09, 2005 | Stewart Bell
    Influx of terrorists 'Jihadist returnees' may plan attacks, report says Stewart Bell National Post Monday, May 09, 2005 A number of "jihadist returnees" have arrived back in Canada from other countries and some may intend to commit acts of terrorism, according to a declassified intelligence report. The report, by the government's Integrated National Security Assessment Centre (INSAC), says "a number of other Islamic extremists have recently returned to Canada from abroad. "Those dedicated extremists possessing terrorist training and Canadian documentation may return to Canada in order to carry out an attack. "They may also use their documentation to gain...

    03/19/2005 5:34:57 AM PST · by JesseHousman · 37 replies · 941+ views
    Naples Daily News ^ | March 19, 2005 | Deroy Murdock
    NEW YORK — Without neglecting the U.S.-Mexican border, American officials better eye the northern frontier, too. While most Canadians are as friendly as Labrador retrievers, that attitude is not universal. "I'm not afraid of dying, and killing doesn't frighten me," Algerian-born Canadian Fateh Kamel said on an Italian counterterrorism intercept. "If I have to press the remote control, vive the jihad!" Kamel was convicted in France of distributing bogus passports and conspiring to blow up Paris Metro stations. He was sentenced April 6, 2001, to eight years in prison. But after fewer than four years, France sprang Kamel for "good...
  • Jihadi 'Mastermind' Fateh Kamel Released From French Prison in January; He's Back in Canada

    03/13/2005 2:20:35 PM PST · by Brian Mosely · 9 replies · 485+ views
    Prnewswire ^ | 3/13/05
    NEW YORK, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Fateh Kamel, labeled a jihadi "mastermind" by law-enforcement sources in Europe and North America, was released from a French prison in January, reportedly for "good behavior," Newsweek reports in the current issue. A Canadian government source confirms Kamel is back in Canada, reports Investigative Correspondent Mark Hosenball in the March 21 issue of Newsweek (on newsstands Monday, March 14). Kamel was arrested in Jordan and extradited to France, where in 2001 he was sentenced to eight years for trafficking in forged ID papers and "association" with terrorists implicated in subway bombings there. The evidence...
  • Terrorist returns: Peter MacKay urges Ottawa to consider revoking citizenship

    02/26/2005 8:52:12 PM PST · by Pikamax · 3 replies · 386+ views
    National Post ^ | 02/26/05 | Stewart Bell
    Terrorist returns: Peter MacKay urges Ottawa to consider revoking citizenship Stewart Bell National Post February 26, 2005 CREDIT: CP Photo Peter MacKay, the Conservative Party's deputy leader and public safety critic, urged the government to consider revoking Kamel's Canadian citizenship. TORONTO - One of Canada's most notorious terrorist leaders has returned home to Montreal after serving four years in a French prison for his role in an international jihadist network. Fateh Kamel, a 44-year-old Algerian-Canadian who headed a Montreal-based extremist cell, arrived in Montreal on Jan. 29 aboard an Air France flight, sources told the National Post. A charismatic shopkeeper...
  • Nuke component unearthed in Baghdad back yard

    06/25/2003 2:20:52 PM PDT · by July 4th · 415 replies · 2,157+ views
    CNN ^ | 25 June 2003 | From David Ensor
    <p>WASHINGTON (CNN) --The CIA has in its hands the critical parts of a key piece of Iraqi nuclear technology -- parts needed to develop a bomb program -- that were dug up in a back yard in Baghdad, CNN has learned.</p>
  • For survivor of terror attack, faith never wavers

    04/27/2003 9:17:06 AM PDT · by miltonim · 3 replies · 212+ views
    For survivor of terror attack, faith never wavers • Don Caswell will return to Levelland on June 22 to speak at First Baptist Church. • He will talk about his brush with death in Yemen at the hands of an Islamic terrorist and his plans to return to that country. Even as he stared down the barrel of the gun of an Islamic fanatic intent on taking his life, Don Caswell wasn't afraid. "I didn't have a lot of fear," he said recently from his home in the East Texas town of Eustace, where he's recovering from two gunshot wounds...
  • Siblings don't want man executed

    04/26/2003 6:32:20 PM PDT · by miltonim · 3 replies · 230+ views
    Tri-Valley Herald ^ | April 26, 2003 | Wire Reports
    <p>MILWAUKEE -- The siblings of an American missionary slain Dec. 30 in Yemen don't want the accused killer executed, though the prosecutor is seeking the death penalty.</p> <p>"We're not going to lie awake at night waiting for vengeance and waiting for his death," Jerome Gariety Jr. said of himself and his two surviving sisters in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.</p>
  • Exclusive: The Defector’s Secrets (Newsweek claims it was right)

    03/03/2003 9:52:02 AM PST · by liberal whiner · 13 replies · 163+ views
    Newsweek ^ | March 3, 2003 | John Barry
    March 3 issue — Hussein Kamel, the highest-ranking Iraqi official ever to defect from Saddam Hussein’s inner circle, told CIA and British intelligence officers and U.N. inspectors in the summer of 1995 that after the gulf war, Iraq destroyed all its chemical and biological weapons stocks and the missiles to deliver them. ...NEWSWEEK has obtained the notes of Kamel’s U.N. debrief, and verified that the document is authentic. NEWSWEEK has also learned that Kamel told the same story to the CIA and M.I.6. (The CIA did not respond to a request for comment.)...
  • U.S., U.K. deny Newsweek defector report

    02/24/2003 12:35:44 PM PST · by kattracks · 12 replies · 260+ views
    Reuters | 2/24/03 | Tabassum Zakaria
    WASHINGTON, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The CIA on Monday denied a Newsweek magazine report that Saddam Hussein's son-in-law told the U.S. intelligence agency in 1995 that Iraq after the Gulf War destroyed all its chemical and biological weapons and missiles to deliver them. "It is incorrect, bogus, wrong, untrue," CIA spokesman Bill Harlow said of the Newsweek report's allegations that Hussein Kamel told the CIA that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had destroyed all of his weapons of mass destruction. Newsweek said Kamel, who headed Iraq's nuclear, chemical, biological and missile programs for 10 years, told CIA and British intelligence...