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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Dec 19, 2005 at 16:33

In a February 28, 1994 edition of Newsweek -- there was a report with respect to Islamic converts tied to a terrorist group called Al-Fuqra (the impoverished). According to the report this group was identified as "perhaps the most dangerous fundamentalist sect operating in the United States." The members of Al-Fuqra were/are mostly black and the founding Imam lived (lives?) in Pakistan -- Mubarak Shah Jilani.

One al-Fuqra member was Stephen Paster (he lost part of his hand and served four years in prison), another member murdered an Arizona imam (Rashid Khalifa). The al-Fuqra members also attack Hindus...

Also there was a Palestinian Zian Isa indicted for terrorism conspiracy in 1994.
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