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  • Professor Ahmed Ali told the Telegraph that Dr. Abdulla, the son of a prominent physician, was known as an extremist with possible links to the al Qaeda- led insurgency.

    'Cyber' gang targeted U.S. sites →

  • "He didn't care about his studies. He only cared about the resistance," Mr. Ali told the British paper. "Many times in the class he interrupted to talk about the mujahideen. I thought he was crazy. But we couldn't do anything in 2003 and 2004 because the resistance was controlling everything, including the university."

    'Cyber' gang targeted U.S. sites →

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