UK man charged with possessing terrorist manuals

August 15, 2007 15:32


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A man accused of possessing an al-Qaida training manual appeared in court Wednesday and was charged with having two other terrorist-related documents. Khalid Khaliq, 34, of Beeston, England, has denied possessing a document useful to a person preparing an act of terrorism. When he appeared at City of Westminster Magistrates Court Wednesday, prosecutors added charges of possessing two other books - "Zaad-e-Mujahid (Essential Provision of the Mujahid)" and "The Absent Obligation - and Expel the Jews and Christians from the Arabian Peninsula."

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