Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Woman arrested for 'jihad recruitment'

IOL reported Dutch authorities have arrested five men and a woman suspected of recruiting volunteers for a jihad (holy war) in a probe into an international Islamic terror network, the prosecutor's office said on Tuesday. The suspects were arrested in The Hague and Amsterdam on Monday evening and Tuesday morning as part of an investigation launched in November 2005, the authorities said in a statement. The six are suspected of "recruiting radical Muslims for the international jihad", a crime under recently amended Dutch laws.

That sounds like a law that all countries should adopt, particularly European Countries

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