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Time Magazine quoted Al-Qaeda

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Submitted by John Algee (United States), Aug 23, 2005 at 22:30

Time (July 18) ran a piece where they quoted a self professed former Al-Qaeda associate in Pakistan where he stated Muslim groups in Britain had specifically asked Al-Qaeda "not to disturb London or other British cities" out of fear that an attack would "greatly hamper their ideological work." p. 37
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