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January 10, 2006 | From Reuters
The trial of cleric Abu Hamza al Masri on charges of stirring up racial hatred and urging the killing of non-Muslims opened Monday in a London court. Masri, 47, is the best-known figure to be tried for such offenses in Britain since the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S. The Egyptian-born cleric faces nine counts of using public meetings to incite followers to kill non-Muslims. Four other charges allege that he urged the killing of Jews.
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January 10, 2006 | From Reuters
The trial of cleric Abu Hamza al Masri on charges of stirring up racial hatred and urging the killing of non-Muslims opened Monday in a London court. Masri, 47, is the best-known figure to be tried for such offenses in Britain since the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S. The Egyptian-born cleric faces nine counts of using public meetings to incite followers to kill non-Muslims. Four other charges allege that he urged the killing of Jews.
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April 27, 2004 | John Daniszewski, Times Staff Writer
The government Monday demanded the expulsion of a radical Muslim cleric, Abu Hamza al Masri, a naturalized Briton who is accused of inspiring hatred against the West and giving moral support to terrorists through his inflammatory preaching at a north London mosque. Abu Hamza is the prayer leader at the Finsbury Park mosque where Al Qaeda operatives, including "shoe bomber" Richard Reid and Zacarias Moussaoui, studied and worshipped.
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April 27, 2004 | John Daniszewski, Times Staff Writer
The government Monday demanded the expulsion of a radical Muslim cleric, Abu Hamza al Masri, a naturalized Briton who is accused of inspiring hatred against the West and giving moral support to terrorists through his inflammatory preaching at a north London mosque. Abu Hamza is the prayer leader at the Finsbury Park mosque where Al Qaeda operatives, including "shoe bomber" Richard Reid and Zacarias Moussaoui, studied and worshipped.
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