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May 28, 1993 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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1

The 1994 CHRYSLER

mi New NEW YORKER

Sixth Indicted
In Bombing

New York (JTA) — A Pales-
tinian who entered the
United States illegally one
year ago, carrying manuals
on how to make explosives,
became the sixth man to be
indicted in the bombing of
the World Trade Center.
Mohammad Ahmad Ajaj,
27, was accused by a
Manhattan federal grand
jury of conspiring with at
least five other suspects to
plant the bomb that explod-
ed Feb. 26, killing six people
and injuring more than
1,000.
The indictment, handed up
May 19, alleges that Mr.
Ajaj and Ramzi Yousef, a
suspect still at large, trav-
eled together from Pakistan
to New York and that Ajaj
brought with him manuals
containing instructions on
the assembly and use of ex-
plosives.
Mr. Yousef, Mohammad
Salameh, Nidal Ayyad,
Mahmud Abouhalima, and
Bilal Alkaisi were all
previously indicted for their
role in the bombing.
, Mr. Ajaj, though, was be-
1 ing held in federal prison at
the time of the bombing for
using a fake Swedish pass-
port.
In another development
related to the investigation,
El- Sayyid Nosair, the
Muslim activist jailed in
connection with the shooting
of Rabbi Meir Kahane, said
the defendants in the World
Trade Center bombing had
nothing to do with the 1990
killing of the militant rabbi
,
in a New York hotel.
Mr. Nosair, in an exclusive
interview with the Reuters
news agency, disputed re-
cent reports saying that Mr.
Abouhalima had confessed
to Egyptian authorities that
% other people were involved
in the plot to kill Rabbi
Kahane, including Mr.
Salameh.
Some news reports have
said Mr. Abouhalima, a taxi
driver, was waiting outside
the hotel to help Mr. Nosair
escape.
Mr. Abouhalima contends
he was tortured while in
Egypt and cannot be held ac-
countable for anything that
he may have said under
) pressure.
Mr. Nosair himself was
cleared of the murder
charges but was convicted of
gun possession and assault
charges as he fled after the
shooting. He is currently
serving a 7- to 15-year
sentence.

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