Report: Imam questioned about Islamic Jihad ties

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January 11, 2007 10:37

 
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Israeli authorities who arrested the former imam of Ohio's largest mosque after he was deported have questioned him about the Islamic Jihad, his attorney said. Smadar Ben-Natan, an Israeli lawyer retained by Fawaz Damra's family, met with her client for the first time Wednesday, she said, according to The Plain Dealer, a newspaper in Cleveland. Ben-Natan said Israel was interested in any knowledge Damra may have of Islamic Jihad, which Israel and the US classify as a terrorist organization.

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