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Postby BlueWater on Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:22 pm

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Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali (Arabic: أحمد محمّد حامد علي‎) (circa 1965) is an Egyptian national wanted by the United States government in connection with the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi.

Ahmed Mohamed Hamed Ali may have formal training in agriculture and may have worked in this field. He has been indicted for his alleged role in the August 7, 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya.

The individual listed above has been indicted on the following charges:

Conspiracy to kill United States nationals, to murder, to destroy buildings and property of the United States, and to destroy national defense utilities of the United States.

Ayman al-Zawahiri, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Saif al-Adel, Anas al-Liby, Ahmed Mohamed Hamed Ali, the now deceased Usama bin Ladin and others already in custody are believed to be responsible for the bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya on August 7, 1998. The embassy bombings killed 224 civilians and wounded over 5,000 others. These terrorists are believed to be members of al-Qa’ida, an international terrorist network..

The National Counterterrorism Center reported in 2010 that Ali was killed in a round of airstrikes.

Ali's death has not been officially confirmed. The FBI still lists him as "wanted" in their Most Wanted Terrorists website.
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Postby BlueWater on Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:29 pm

1.Source:http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-12-04/middle-east/30474008_1_islamists-freedom-and-justice-party-muslim-brotherhood

Among the Islamist vote, the moderate Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) of the Muslim Brotherhood won 36.6 percent, followed by the hardline Salafist Al-Nur party with 24.4 percent and the moderate Al-Wasat with 4.3 percent.

"We welcome the Egyptian people's choice," FJP spokesman Ahmed Sobea told AFP. "Egypt now needs all parties to cooperate together to get it out of its crisis."

The Brotherhood had been widely forecast to triumph as the country's most organised political group, well known after decades of charitable work and opposition to Mubarak's 30-year autocratic regime.
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