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Rating In Summary A controversial Jamaican Muslim scholar has been deported over possible terror links. Sheikh Bilal Philips was turned away at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Wednesday evening, a few hours after he landed, sparking
Kenya paid more than $500,000 to deport controversial Jamaican Muslim preacher Abdullah al-Faisal, according to Immigration Minister Otieno Kajwang. He was finally expelled last week on a chartered jet, after Kenya had spent three weeks trying to
Police raided a Nairobi estate on Sunday and arrested scores of people following Friday's violence in the capital that was blamed on an extremist group operating out of Somalia. The overnight swoop in Eastleigh, where many Somalis live, saw 328
Internal Security minister George Saitoti said Saturday that the demonstration was infiltrated by "foreign youths waving placards with extremist ideas." "Intelligence reports indicate that these individuals are sympathetic to al-Shabaab," said Prof
A Muslim rights group has gone to court seeking to compel the government to produce controversial Jamaican Muslim cleric Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal. The chairman of the Muslim Human Rights Forum Mr Al Amin Kimanthi filed a suit at the High Court
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The Kenyan authorities were reported on Monday to be planning to deport a Jamaican-born Muslim cleric, Abdullah el-Faisal, who has been linked to the Nigerian man accused of trying to bomb an American airliner on Christmas Day over Detroit. Mr.
Anti Terrorism Police Unit detectives arrested and detained visiting Jamaican Muslim cleric Sheikh Abdullah Al-Faisal in Mombasa on new year’s eve. The Muslim scholar, who had just attended evening prayers, was scheduled to be deported from the