June 30, 2008
by Andrew Gilmore
Unknown bombers made unsuccessful assassination attempts on the lives of five Iraqi appeals court judges Monday. The five judges- Ali al-Alaq, Suleiman Abdullah, Ghanim Janab, Alaa al-Timimi, and Hassan Fouad- are all members of the al-Rasafa Court of Appeal in eastern Baghdad. While all five ...[read more]
November 21, 2007
by Mike Rosen-Molina
The US federal judge who presided over the Zacarias Moussaoui terrorism conspiracy case suggested from the bench Tuesday that she might order a new trial for a Muslim cleric convicted of soliciting treason, saying that she could no longer trust representations made by the US government in light of ...[read more]
April 26, 2006
by Jeannie Shawl
The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has ordered US District Judge Leonie Brinkema to hold hearings on whether the National Security Agency used warrantless domestic wiretaps to gather evidence against an Islamic scholar convicted of encouraging Muslims to join the Taliban. Ali al- ...[read more]
July 13, 2005
by David Shucosky
Ali al-Timimi, an Islamic scholar from Fairfax, Virginia, was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after he was convicted of soliciting others to levy war against the US, inducing others to aid the Taliban, and inducing others to use firearms in violation of federal law. He led a group of ...[read more]
April 26, 2005
by Bernard Hibbitts
A prominent Islamic scholar was convicted Tuesday by a Virginia jury on 10 counts of encouraging his followers to fight a holy war against the US and join the Taliban in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks. Ali al-Timimi, 41, a lecturer at the Center for Islamic Information and Education ...[read more]
September 24, 2004
by Chris Buell
A Muslim lecturer in Virginia has been indicted based on alleged links to a jihad network broken up last year and his supposed support for violence against the US. Ali al-Timimi was charged Thursday by the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia with telling a group of ...[read more]
September 24, 2004
by Rebecca Wolford
Friday's New York Times includes features about the Florida Supreme Court declaring that Gov. Jeb Bush violated separation of powers when he signed a law to keep Theresa Schiavo alive, the sticky problem of illegal immigration, Ali al-Timimi's indictment on charges that in the days after ...[read more]

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