Released Britons Arrived in London [Archives:1999/41/Front Page]

October 11 1999

London: The three released British Muslims, Shahrazad Nabi, Iyad Hussein, and Ghulam Hussein, who were convicted of planning to commit terrorist activities in Yemen arrived home in London last week. After being received by their families and friends at the Hethrew airport, they told the press that they will reveal the full story in a few days and that they were totally innocent. They vowed to contest the ruling of the judge, which convicted them along with the other five Britons and two Algerians of plotting to bomb British and western consulates in Aden. They also stressed that their appeal should be processed in order to reveal their innocence and to free the rest of the group.