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Latest Lee Rigby Items
A Muslim man on trial for the brutal machete street killing of British soldier Lee Rigby said during testimony in London's Central Criminal Court on Monday that he not only loved al Qaeda, but he also considered the terrorist group as close as family.
One of the Muslim murder suspects on trial for hacking to death British soldier Lee Rigby in a horrific, broad-daylight attack told police after his arrest that his actions were “humane” and based on Allah’s will.
A prosecutor outlined the chilling near-decapitation of an unarmed British soldier on a London street, as two men went on trial Friday in connection with the suspected extremist attack.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, the two men who were arrested for hacking to death a British soldier as he walked down London streets in broad daylight, pleaded not guilty in court on Friday.
One of the two men accused of murdering British soldier Lee Rigby in London this summer is believed to have been injured in an attack in Belmarsh prison.
Scotland Yard authorities have taken four teens into custody in connection with a suspicious fire at an Islamic boarding school in the London suburb of Chislehurst that forced the evacuation of 128 students and staffers.
The grisly street killing of British soldier Lee Rigby that was captured on video — and contained graphic images of one knife-wielding suspect with bloodied hands — was a hoax perpetrated by the government, a Muslim student group said.
One of the men charged in the grisly daytime street killing of British soldier Lee Rigby made his first court appearance Monday, blowing kisses to supporters en route to the hearing room.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair urged governments to "be honest" and address radical Islamization in a column he posted to the Daily Mail on Sunday.