Man admits trying to shoot down Israeli plane

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March 27, 2007 04:37

 
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Abdul Malik, the man suspected of trying to shoot down an Israeli passenger jet in Mombasa, Kenya in 2003, confessed to the alleged offence Monday at Guantanamo Bay, where he was being interrogated. Malik, who was caught in east Africa, was also allegedly involved in a terror attack at Mombasa's 'Freddy's Hotel.'


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