January 24, 2008
by Benjamin Klein
Dutch parliamentarians called for changes to the country’s terrorism laws Thursday in response to a Wednesday appeals court decision overturning the convictions of seven men suspected of belonging to the Dutch Muslim Hofstad Network. The Hague Appeals Court dismissed charges that the men were... ...[read more]
January 23, 2008
by Katerina Ossenova
A Dutch appeals court Wednesday overturned the convictions of seven men who were charged with being in a terrorist network that included Muslim extremist Mohammed Bouyeri. Bouyeri confessed to the November 2004 murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh. The seven men were suspected of belonging to ...[read more]
July 26, 2005
by David Shucosky
Muslim extremist Mohammed Bouyeri, who confessed to the November 2004 murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, was sentenced to life in prison, the harshest possible sentence, on Tuesday in Amsterdam. Bouyeri said he killed Van Gough in response to his film, Submission, which criticiz... ...[read more]
July 13, 2005
by Kate Heneroty
Near the end of his trial in Amsterdam Tuesday, Muslim extremist Mohammed Bouyeri confessed to the November 2004 murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, saying if I were released and would have the chance to do it again.. . I would do exactly the same thing. Bouyeri added that he stab... ...[read more]
July 11, 2005
by David Shucosky
The trial of Islamist radical Mohammed Bouyeri for the November 2004 murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh opened with high security in place on Monday in Amsterdam. The controversial Van Gogh had published columns and a short film criticizing abuses against women under Islam; his killing ...[read more]

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