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2 Tied to Hijackers May Be Deported

Germany has begun steps to deport two Moroccans who it says aided the Sept. 11 hijackers and remain loyal to international terrorist networks, according to the state Interior Ministry in Hamburg. The men, Abdelghani Mzoudi and Mounir Motassadeq, have been tried in connection with their ties to hijackers who studied in Hamburg and had links to Al Qaeda members. Mzoudi was acquitted in February on 3,000 counts of being an accessory to murder. Motassadeq was found guilty of similar charges but won an appeal for a new trial, which is expected to begin next month. The Hamburg Interior Ministry said it wanted to deport the men to their native Morocco. A statement released Tuesday by the ministry described Mzoudi and Motassadeq as “particularly dangerous” to state security. “In addition,” it said, “it is the view of the Interior Ministry that facts prove both support international terrorism.” Full Story

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