British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Tuesday to speed up the deportation of terror suspects after hardline Islamist cleric Abu Hamza was convicted in the United States.
A New York jury convicted British hate preacher Abu Hamza on 11 kidnapping and terrorism charges Monday, opening the way for a judge to impose what will almost certainly be a life sentence.
A New York jury began deliberating today over its verdict on the terror and kidnapping charges brought against Islamist preacher Abu Hamza by the United States.
British hate preacher Abu Hamza told his US terror trial on that his hands were blown off during a Pakistan army explosives experiment in Lahore in 1993.
A US Muslim convert has told a New York terror trial that British hate preacher Abu Hamza "ordered" him to take a young recruit to Afghanistan to learn frontline jihad.
An American Muslim convert told the New York trial of British hate preacher Abu Hamza on Friday how the cleric`s permission was required if recruits wanted to fight in Afghanistan.
British hate preacher Abu Hamza was a "global exporter" of violence and terrorism intent on waging war against non-Muslims, prosecutors said Thursday as the Egyptian-born cleric`s trial opened in New York.
A self-styled `mosque-buster`, once linked to a far right group in Britain, is offering free legal advice to people who desire to prevent mosque development, has stalled plans for 16 new mosques.
A Delhi court Friday extended the judicial custody of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack suspect Abu Jundal till Nov 21.
Abu Hamza al-Masri, 54, widely known by the name Abu Hamza al-Masri, was extradited to the US from Britain in early October.
Hate preacher Abu Hamza is to be given a new set of rubber hands because US authorities consider his hooks a security risk.
Radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri pleaded not guilty to charges he plotted to set up a terrorist training camp in the US.
Hate preacher Abu Hamza al-Masri arrived here Saturday after losing a long legal battle in Britain to avoid extradition to the US, CNN reported.
Hate preacher Abu Hamza and four other men who have been convicted of serious offences ranging from bomb making to fraud and assaulting police will be extradited to the US from Britain.
Radical preacher Abu Hamza al-Masri and three other terrorist suspects appealed to Britain`s High Court in a last-ditch bid to avoid extradition to the United States.
British terror suspect Babar Ahmed, who has been in custody for nearly eight years moved the High Court against his extradition to the US.
Five sons of hate preacher Abu Hamza, who is fighting extradition to the US from Britain, have been convicted of serious offences ranging from bomb making to fraud and assaulting police.
Convicted radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza launched a last-minute appeal in a British court against extradition to the US.
Terror suspects Abu Hamza al-Masri will now be extradited to US from UK after the approval granted by the European Court of Human Rights.
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