'Those who cure you are going to kill you'

July 4, 2007 19:20


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"Those who cure you are going to kill you." That, says a British cleric, was the cryptic warning made to him by an alleged al-Qaida chief months before the failed bombings in Britain that have been linked to several foreign doctors working in the country. Many of the doctors were from the Middle East. Canon Andrew White, a senior British cleric working in Baghdad, said Wednesday that he met the man privately with a translator and a sheik after holding talks with Sunni Muslim tribal and religious leaders in the Jordanian capital of Amman on April 18. He meets regularly with extremists in an attempt to quell sectarian violence.

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