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  • Imam: Canada Suspects Didn't Seek Violence

    06/05/2006 3:49:15 PM PDT · by rocksblues · 56 replies · 1,118+ views
    Breitbart.com ^ | Jun 05 8:52 AM US/Eastern | BETH DUFF-BROWN
    MISSISSAUGA, Ontario Several members of a suspected terrorist ring prayed daily at a storefront mosque in a middle-class city west of Toronto but never spoke of hurting others, one of their prayer leaders said. "I will say that they were steadfast, religious people. There's no doubt about it. But here we always preach peace and moderation," Qamrul Khanson, an imam at the one-room Al-Rahman Islamic Center for Islamic Education, said Sunday. The 40-50 Muslim families who worship at the mosque were astonished, he said, to learn that police had arrested 12 adults, ages 19 to 43, and five suspects younger...
  • America's real 'most wanted'

    09/06/2005 1:55:53 AM PDT · by ovrtaxt · 28 replies · 1,962+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | September 6, 2005 | Paul L. Williams
    America's real 'most wanted' Adnan el-Shukrijumah: The man commissioned to nuke U.S. Posted: September 6, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern Paul Williams, author of the new book, "The Al Qaeda Connection," has stirred a national controversy with his reporting on the imminent nuclear terror threat posed by Osama bin Laden. In this exclusive dispatch, the second of a two-part series first published in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, he details how some of the nuclear devices intended to create an American Hiroshima got here. Paul L. Williams © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com Forget the FBI's "America's Most Wanted" list. The most dangerous fugitive in the U.S. is...
  • Al Qaeda leader identified in 'dirty bomb' plot

    10/05/2004 12:35:31 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 3 replies · 445+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, October 5, 2004 | By Jerry Seper
    The Washington Timeswww.washingtontimes.com Al Qaeda leader identified in 'dirty bomb' plotBy Jerry SeperTHE WASHINGTON TIMESPublished October 5, 2004 A top al Qaeda cell leader spotted in Mexico and Canada has been identified as an active player in a scheme to obtain radioactive materials for a so-called "dirty bomb" that could be smuggled into the United States, federal authorities said.     Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, who worshipped at the same South Florida mosque as Jose Padilla -- now being held as an enemy combatant in a plot to detonate a "dirty bomb" -- has attempted unsuccessfully to enter the United States using...