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Abdul Nacer Benbrika

Abdul Nacer Benbrika also known as Abu Bakr is a convicted criminal, currently serving an Australian custodial sentence of fifteen years, with a non-parole period of twelve years for intentionally being the leader and a member of a terrorist organisation. Benbrika[...]

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Sidi Ahmed Ghlam

Sidi Ahmed Ghlam is a 29-year-old Algerian man, charged for murder and attempted terrorist murder. He is facing life in prison for killing a woman and trying to bomb a church near Paris the capital city of France. Ghlam testified at[...]

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Farid Ikken

Farid Ikken is a follower of the Islamic State terrorist group who attacked a police officer outside Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris. Ikken struck one in the head with a hammer but the officer, who ducked, was only slightly hurt and opened[...]

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Djamel Beghal

Djamel Beghal is a Algerian man convicted of plotting terrorist attack on U.S. embassy in Paris. He married his wife Sylvie (a French citizen) in 1990, while working as a youth worker in Corbeil-Essonnes. In 1997, he moved his family to[...]

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Ahmed Ressam

Ahmed Ressam is an Algerian al-Qaeda member who lived for a time in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He received extensive terrorist training in Afghanistan. He was convicted in 2001 of planning to bomb the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on New Year's[...]

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Seifallah Ben Hassine

Seifallah Ben Omar Ben Hassine, known as Abu Ayyad al-Tunisi, is a Tunisian Islamic militant and the founder and leader of Ansar al-Sharia (Tunisia). He is married to a Moroccan woman and has three children. Hassine, at one time a senior[...]

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Abdelmalek Droukdel

Abdelmalek Droukdel, also known by his nom de guerre as Abu Musab Abdel Wadoud, is the emir, or leader, of the Algerian Islamic militant group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), formerly the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC).

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