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Jordan Court Upholds Terrorists' Verdict

Jordan’s military court upheld its guilty verdict Wednesday for 10 militants convicted in a foiled terror conspiracy that targeted Americans and Israelis in the kingdom during millennium celebrations. The verdict came a year after the Appeals Court asked military judges to re-examine their decision issued in September 2000 on the basis that the terror conspiracy may have been dismissed under a general amnesty issued by Jordan’s King Abdullah II in March 1999. The verdict prompted threats of retribution from a key defendant condemned to death. “May God’s curse befall you, you America’s agents,” Khader Abu-Hosher, the alleged cell mastermind who had been sentenced to death, shouted from the dock. “With our hands, we’ll chop off your rotten heads and we will establish our (Muslim) state.” Full Story

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