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Cleric said to be behind Tunisian beach massacre is living on benefits in Britain
described as a 'key influencer' of Tunisian terror group, lives in a £1
million house on a leafy street in fashionable west London
By Victoria Ward
06 Jul 2015
Keith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said he was writing to Home Secretary Theresa May to demand an explanation as to why al-Sibai is still in the country.
"It is extraordinary that successive governments have been trying but failing to remove someone who has these worrying links," he said.
"The way he has foiled attempts to remove him are a cause for enormous concern."
Tory MP Peter Bone added: "This is the sort of thing that drives my constituents mad. I expect the Home Secretary to deal with this urgently. There is a very strong case for him to be deported. He needs to be dealt with."
Al-Sibai is understood to have close links to Tunisian terror group Ansar al-Sharia, which authorities believe to have recruited and trained Rezgui.
He is cited at length in a 2013 report by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism in The Hague, and is described as one of its "key influencers".
Security services are understood to be investigating links between al-Sibai and his influence on the west London terror network in which Jihadi John – unmasked as Mohammed Emwazi – operated.
It is claimed that al-Sibai, a charismatic preacher, had "captivated" a number of young Muslim men who subsequently went abroad to fight jihad.
In a court case last year, he was accused of having "provided material support to al-Qaeda and conspired to commit terrorist acts", an allegation he denies.
The Department for Work and Pensions said: "People who commit, plan and support acts of terror will be prosecuted and anyone who has been deported or sent to prison will lose their benefits.' The Home Office said: 'We do not routinely comment on individual cases."
Muslim cleric wants 'women of mass destruction'
Says mothers should breed children to become suicide bombers
In a tape seized by authorities, radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri is heard urging Muslim women to breed children for the purpose of creating suicide bombers.
Lauding a mother who encouraged her son to carry out a suicide bombing in Israel, the British-based leader said in the lecture: "Everywhere, these are the women of mass destruction to the kuffar [unbelievers], and these are the action [sic] that put terror in their hearts."
The recording, one of dozens handed over to authorities, was reported by British investigative journalist Neil Doyle in his new book "Terror Tracker," which chronicles his efforts to penetrate the internal workings of the al-Qaida terrorist network.
Hamza has been indicted by the U.S. on 11 terrorism charges. Authorities are studying the tape to build a case for the cleric's extradiction to the U.S, Doyle said.
Hamza is at the high-security Belmarsh prison in east London pending a court hearing.
The recordings were discovered by a British undercover investigator who infiltrated Hamza's group at the Finsbury Park mosque in London.
In the lecture reported by Doyle, Hamza refers to a suicide bombing in Israel and says: "Last week we seen a mother ... she put happiness in the hearts of every Muslim on earth and for years to come.
"She took her son, she took him herself, and she filmed a video with him for him to go and do a martyrdom operation against the Zionists.
"She's encouraging him. She's left a message for the Ummah [Islamic nation] – "this is my son, I'm giving him for you, for the Ummah of Mohammad to wake up, for the mothers to follow!
"And he wrote a will and said how much his mother she was encouraging him. And she was waiting all night and after that he went for his mission. Waiting all night, not for the news that her son had passed his A-level [British school exam] or he has got his degree, or he has married the most beautiful woman in the club, but he was shaheed [martyred] and he inflict a lot of suffering and terror in the hearts of Zionists!
"... this happened right now in the front of us, in the television [sic], we have seen the tape, you've seen the video – if you haven't seen it, go and ask for it!
"Everywhere, these are the women of mass destruction to the kuffar [unbelievers], and these are the action [sic] that put terror in their hearts.
"This kind of women, when they miss their killed children, they don't go and look for their graves ... they look for their position in paradise, so they become more happy, more anxious to go and see them, they want to sacrifice more and more."
Cleric calls on Mohammed cartoonist to be executed
Omar Bakri Mohammed, the radical Muslim cleric, has said the cartoonist behind caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed that have sparked outrage across the Arab world should be tried and executed under Islamic law.
The cleric said the cartoonist had insulted Islam and must pay the price, as three people were killed during protests against the cartoons in Afghanistan.
"The insult has been established now by everybody, Muslim and non-Muslim, and everybody condemns the cartoonist and condemns the cartoon," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
"However, in Islam, God said, and the messenger Mohammed said, whoever insults a prophet, he must be punished and executed.
"This man should be put on trial and if it is proven to be executed."
The cleric said Muslims in Britain were not allowed to kill people who insulted Islam because it was against the law of the country.
"We are not saying ourselves to go there and start to look to him and kill him, we are not talking about that. We are talking about Islamic rules. If anybody insults the prophet, he will have to take a punishment."
He said if countries refused to put people on trial for insulting Mohammed they must "face the consequences".
Three people were killed and several were injured as protestors clashed with police in the central city of Mihtarlam.
It was the latest display of outrage against the cartoons, which were originally published in Denmark and have been reprinted in various European countries.
Protests in London over the weekend sparked concern over placards containing radical slogans.
Muslim cleric who attacked Reid arrested
Thursday, 8th February 2007, 15:00
Life Style Extra
The Muslim who barged
into a meeting and heckled Home Secretary John Reid for "daring" to come to an
"Islamic" area has been arrested for encouraging terrorism.
Abu Izzadeen, who reportedly described the 7/7 bombers as "completely praiseworthy" and said he wants to die as a suicide bomber, was arrested in east London today.
Abu Izzadeen, 31, burst into Home Secretary John Reid's public meeting with Muslims in September last year and called him an "enemy" of Islam.
When he tried to defend his actions of Radio 4's Today programme, Izzadeen announced that his aim was to turn the UK into an Islamic state, and that this should be achieved without following the democratic process.
Izzadeen, whose real name is Trevor Brooks, recently advertised on an Islamic website for another three wives to help him to have a brood of more than nine children.
A police spokeswoman said: "At approximately 9.30 this morning officers from MPS Counter Terrorism Command (SO15) arrested a 31-year-old man in Leyton High Road, under Section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006, for allegedly encouraging terrorism, as a result of an ongoing inquiry.
"He was taken to a central London police station where he remains in custody."
An Islamic extremist who described the July 7 London bombers as "completely praiseworthy" was among six men arrested on terrorism charges yesterday.
Abu Izzadeen gained further notoriety when he heckled John Reid, the Home Secretary, at a public meeting last year.
The men were picked up in raids across London and in Luton on suspicion of inciting terrorist acts abroad and of raising money for terrorism. They were being questioned last night at the high-security Paddington Green police station. The arrests followed an investigation into a series of speeches delivered at Regent's Park Mosque in November 2004.
Abu Izzadeen, a former electrician who lives in Leytonstone, east London, came to prominence as the spokesman for the extremist group al-Muhajiroun until it was banned last July.
He refused to condemn the London bombings in 2005, which killed 52 people, describing them as "mujahedin activity" that would make people "wake up and smell the coffee".
Abu Izzadeen, who is married with three children, attracted headlines when he harangued Mr Reid at a meeting in east London. Before being manhandled out, he denounced the Home Secretary as an "enemy of Islam and Muslims".
Footage also emerged this year in which the cleric suggested that Muslims who joined the British Army should be killed.
There is no suggestion that the arrests were linked to planned terrorist attacks in Britain. A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "The arrests form part of a long-term proactive and complex investigation into alleged incitement and radicalisation for the purposes of terrorism, as well as alleged provision of financial support for international terrorism."
The other men arrested included Simon Keeler, a Muslim convert from Crawley, West Sussex, who has denounced the Queen an "enemy of Islam'' and has described democracy as "something we hate''. Another was Abdul Haq, 21, from Leyton, east London, who appeared on Jimmy Young's radio show in 2001 vowing to continue the struggle "until we see the flag of Islam flying over 10 Downing Street".
Ali Khan, estate manager and head of security at Regent's Park Mosque, said: "Ten thousand people come here every week, throughout the year half a million people, and if a few people create a disturbance, it puts us in an embarrassing situation. Abu Izzadeen has frequently visited and worshipped here, but if he excites the crowd, we don't like that."
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