al-Muhajiroun


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a hard-line extremist Islamic group in Great Britain who support bin Laden and other terrorist groups

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Police are understood to be investigating the newly reformed Al-Muhajiroun group, but the sect is not currently a "proscribed" terror organisation, according to the Home Office.
But al-Muhajiroun said civilian Muslims in Britain should not be attacked.
Bakri's disbanded Al-Muhajiroun group was known for organising extremist rallies with provocative titles like the 'Magnificent 19' which glorified the 9/11 New York attacks.
Last October, he announced he was disbanding Al-Muhajiroun in the interests of unity in the Muslim world, and has since adopted a lower profile.
The hardline al-Muhajiroun welcomed the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York and founder Omar Bakri Mohammad refuses to condemn the London bombings which killed 52 on July 7.
Members of al-Muhajiroun later claimed he had held a meeting at a secret location.
The posters are the work of the extremist group Al-Muhajiroun which will hold the conference at Finsbury Park Mosque while the Queen attends a memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral for the 3,000 people killed in the attacks.
A spokesman for extremist group Al-Muhajiroun said of Abu, Abdul, of Dagenham, Essex, and Zulfikar, from Leicester: "They were supposed to return on Wednesday but were reported missing in action.
Then 18, he started attending meetings of nowbanned extremist group al-Muhajiroun, when anger was high over the Iraq war.
28 (ANI): A radical Muslim, who led the banned group al-Muhajiroun, is to be handed his own program on Britain's Channel 4 amid claims that Islamists have been allowed to monopolise the broadcaster's coverage.
The Crown Prosecution Service said the men were Anjem Choudary, the former UK head of Al-Muhajiroun, and Abdul Muhid.
Prof Glees believes Islamist groups like Al-Muhajiroun are active here.
The MP also highlighted the militant group al-Muhajiroun, which has officially disbanded.
The extremist Islamic group al-Muhajiroun risked provoking further outrage yesterday by calling a press conference at nine minutes past 11 on the second anniversary of the Twin Towers attacks.
Anjem Choudray, UK leader of Al-Muhajiroun, which wants to turn Britain into an Islamic country , said Muslims ``would not be shedding any tears'' over the accident.