Mustafa Kamil

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Kamil, Mustafa


Born Aug. 14, 1874, in Cairo; died there Feb. 10, 1908. Figure of the Egyptian national liberation movement. Publicist and orator.

Kamil was a lawyer by education. In 1900 he founded the newspaper Al-Liwa (The Banner). Kamil opposed the British occupation of Egypt. He demanded internal autonomy for Egypt within the framework of the Ottoman Empire and counted on the Turkish government’s assistance in the struggle against Great Britain. Kamil created the Watan Party in 1907 and was its first chairman.


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Al-Rafii Abd al-Rahman. Mustafa Kamil Cairo, 1950. (In Arabic).
Rashad Ahmad. Mustafa Kamil …. Cairo, 1958. (In Arabic.)
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This is good news among the bad news that is falling on our heads from time to time," commented Mustafa Kamel Al Sayed, an Egyptian political science professor based in Cairo.
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NEW YORK (TAP) - Radical Muslim cleric Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, known as Abu Hamza al-Masri, has been sentenced to life in prison on Friday by a court in New York for supporting terrorism.
The three protesters, Mustafa Kamel, Mohamed Attia, and Karim Abd Al-Haq will remain detained for another 15 days in case number 3309, said the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression (AFTE).
Ten years ago: Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, a Muslim cleric, was arrested in London and accused of trying to build a terrorist training camp in Oregon.
The north London preacher, who was tried under the name Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, could face life in prison after a federal court in New York found him guilty of supporting terrorist organisations, including aiding the taking of hostages in Yemen and seeking to set up an al Qaida training camp in the US.
Hamza, who has asked to be addressed by his real name Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, is also accused of providing material support to Osama bin Laden's terror network, of wanting to set up a computer lab for the Taliban and sending recruits for terror training in Afghanistan.