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UK’s Top al-Qaeda Leader in Britain, Rangzieb Ahmed, Has Been Denied Parole For One Reason

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The top al-Qaeda leader in Britain, Rangzieb Ahmed, has been denied parole due to concerns about his ongoing danger to the public.

He must complete a year-long deradicalization program, likely the Healthy Identities Intervention (HII). The Parole Board decided this after a paper review, rejecting his request for an oral hearing.

They noted his progress in prison but found no significant change in risk since the last review.

Ahmed can request another parole review in the future. He has appealed the decision and will remain in prison until a new oral hearing is scheduled.

Ahmed was convicted in 2008 for leading an al-Qaeda cell preparing for mass murder.

Despite suing MI5 and MI6 for alleged collusion in his torture, his damages claim was dismissed in 2020.

His arrest came after detectives monitored his activities in Dubai and Pakistan, uncovering coded references to al-Qaida.

Ahmed has faced disciplinary actions in prison, including a recent incident where he falsely accused a guard of racism. He is currently held at HMP Buckley Hall in Greater Manchester.

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