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Radical UK Muslims warn of more attacks

Radical UK Muslims warn of more attacks

Publication: The Indian Express
Date: September 13, 2002
Radical British Muslims passionately defended the September 11 attackers on Thursday and told the world to expect more strikes like last year's devastating airline attacks in New York and Washington.

"The United States has to suffer more so it can learn obedience," leading London-based Saudi dissident Dr Muhammad Al-Masari told a news conference after a controversial meeting at a mosque in the city.

The meeting was called to discuss the "positive outcomes" of last year's attacks in the United States, in which more than 3,000 people died. Provocatively entitled "A Towering Day in History", it drew hardline Muslims from across the world.

Syrian-born cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad told reporters Osama bin Laden's Al Qaeda network, widely blamed for the attacks, was still intact and was "a powerful organisation".

He predicted revenge if the United States attacked Iraq, which has become the new focus in US President George W Bush's self-declared "war on terror".

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