Terror suspects on trial in Britain
London | October 11, 2007 12:01:13 AM IST
An Islamic preacher in Britain has pleaded guilty to organizing terror training camps across Britain.
The Times of London said Atilla Ahmet pleaded guilty to soliciting murder.
Prosecutors allege Ahmet was aided by Mohammed Hamid, a British Muslim charged with soliciting murder and possessing terrorist documents, the Times of London said Wednesday. He allegedly had contact with all four of the men convicted of the July 21, 2005, attempted bombings,
Hamid ran an Islamic bookstall with Muktar Ibrahim, ringleader of the failed plot. The Telegraph newspaper said that when Hamid was arrested, he allegedly gave his name as Osama bin London and told the police I've got a bomb and I'm going to blow you all up. (UPI)
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