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Germany arrests terror plot suspect

The head of a radical Islamic cell who allegedly led several followers from northern Germany to Syria in a failed bid to battle U.S. troops across the Iraqi border has been arrested in Hamburg on suspicion of preparing an attack. A well-placed source, who spoke on condition that he not be named, identified the arrested man only as “Abdelrazak M.,” a 30-year-old Algerian emigre who has lived in Germany for several years with his wife and two children. While investigators have not made a direct connection between the Hamburg group and the Al Qaeda terrorist organization, the same source said Abdelrazak M. and his followers had frequented the radical Al Quds Mosque in Hamburg that was attended by local Al Qaeda figures and several of the Sept. 11 hijacking conspirators. Full Story

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