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Spiritual Leader

Phone: (407) ***-****  HQ Phone
Kamel Software , Inc.
2822 Forsyth Road Suite 201
Winter Park, Florida 32792
United States

Company Description: Since 1989, Kamel Software has provided high quality view and markup software for CAD drawings, large format raster images and related documents.
Web References
The Seattle Times: Alleged extremist denies terror claims
seattletimes.nwsource.com, 29 April 2005 [cached]
Fateh Kamel, who returned to Canada in January after serving a prison term in France for his involvement in terrorist plots, told the National Post he only helped Bosnian Muslims fight Serbs during the 1990s civil war.
"We helped them and now we are the war criminals," Kamel told the newspaper."That's what hurts."
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Authorities claim Ahmed Ressam belonged to the same Montreal extremist group as Kamel.
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"I've seen him here like everybody," Kamel said."It's somebody I know hardly at all."
During Kamel's three-week French trial in 2001, however, Ressam was convicted in absentia.
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At that trial, authorities portrayed Kamel as the spiritual leader of the so-called Roubaix gang - named for the city in northern France where they were based in the mid-1990s.Other gang members fled or were killed during a 1996 police raid on the Roubaix headquarters.
Kamel apparently ran a small craft store in Montreal until his arrest in Jordan in 1999.He was sent to France and convicted in 2001 and sentenced to eight years for trafficking in forged documents and his association with terrorists implicated in subway bombings.
Kamel was released early, reportedly for good behavior.
Investigators believe his Groupe Fateh Kamel was tied to the Algerian Armed Islamic Group as well as the al-Qaida network.
He maintained in the interview that he was never a part of an extremist group.
"I was never with them.I can't stop something I never started."The newspaper found Kamel at a townhouse in the French-speaking city, where he is now reportedly living with his wife and young son.
No Welcome From Canada for Terror Suspect
news.findlaw.com, 28 April 2005 [cached]
Fateh Kamel, who returned to Canada in January after serving a prison term in France for his involvement in terrorist plots, told the National Post he only helped Bosnian Muslims fight Serbs during the 1990s civil war.
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"We helped them and now we are the war criminals," Kamel told the newspaper."That's what hurts."
...
The newspaper found Kamel at a townhouse the French-speaking city, where he is now reportedly living with his wife and young son.
Authorities claim Ahmed Ressam belonged to the same Montreal extremist group as Kamel.
...
"I've seen him here like everybody," Kamel said."It's somebody I know hardly at all."
During Kamel's three-week French trial in 2001, however, Ressam was convicted in absentia.
...
At that trial, authorities portrayed Kamel as the spiritual leader of the so-called Roubaix gang - named for the city in northern France where they were based in the mid-1990s.Other gang members fled or were killed during a 1996 police raid on the Roubaix headquarters.
Kamel apparently ran a small craft store in Montreal until his arrest in Jordan in 1999.He was sent to France and convicted in 2001 and sentenced to eight years for trafficking in forged documents and his association with terrorists implicated in subway bombings.
Kamel was released early, reportedly for good behavior.
Investigators believe his Groupe Fateh Kamel was tied to the Algerian Armed Islamic Group (GIA) as well as the al-Qaida network.
He maintained in the interview that he was never a part of an extremist group.
MercedSun-Star.com :: Merced News, Homes, Jobs, Cars and more
www.mercedsun-star.com, 28 April 2005 [cached]
Fateh Kamel, who returned to Canada in January after serving a prison term in France for his involvement in terrorist plots, told the National Post he only helped Bosnian Muslims fight Serbs during the 1990s civil war.
"We helped them and now we are the war criminals," Kamel told the newspaper."That's what hurts."
...
The newspaper found Kamel at a townhouse the French-speaking city, where he is now reportedly living with his wife and young son.
Authorities claim Ahmed Ressam belonged to the same Montreal extremist group as Kamel.
...
"I've seen him here like everybody," Kamel said."It's somebody I know hardly at all."
During Kamel's three-week French trial in 2001, however, Ressam was convicted in absentia.
...
At that trial, authorities portrayed Kamel as the spiritual leader of the so-called Roubaix gang - named for the city in northern France where they were based in the mid-1990s.Other gang members fled or were killed during a 1996 police raid on the Roubaix headquarters.
Kamel apparently ran a small craft store in Montreal until his arrest in Jordan in 1999.He was sent to France and convicted in 2001 and sentenced to eight years for trafficking in forged documents and his association with terrorists implicated in subway bombings.
Kamel was released early, reportedly for good behavior.
Investigators believe his Groupe Fateh Kamel was tied to the Algerian Armed Islamic Group (GIA) as well as the al-Qaida network.
He maintained in the interview that he was never a part of an extremist group.
No Welcome From Canada for Terror Suspect - WTOP Radio
www.wtopnews.com, 29 April 2005 [cached]
Fateh Kamel, who returned to Canada in January after serving a prison term in France for his involvement in terrorist plots, told the National Post he only helped Bosnian Muslims fight Serbs during the 1990s civil war.
"We helped them and now we are the war criminals," Kamel told the newspaper."That's what hurts."
...
The newspaper found Kamel at a townhouse the French-speaking city, where he is now reportedly living with his wife and young son.
Authorities claim Ahmed Ressam belonged to the same Montreal extremist group as Kamel.
...
"I've seen him here like everybody," Kamel said."It's somebody I know hardly at all."
During Kamel's three-week French trial in 2001, however, Ressam was convicted in absentia.
...
At that trial, authorities portrayed Kamel as the spiritual leader of the so-called Roubaix gang _ named for the city in northern France where they were based in the mid-1990s.Other gang members fled or were killed during a 1996 police raid on the Roubaix headquarters.
Kamel apparently ran a small craft store in Montreal until his arrest in Jordan in 1999.He was sent to France and convicted in 2001 and sentenced to eight years for trafficking in forged documents and his association with terrorists implicated in subway bombings.
Kamel was released early, reportedly for good behavior.
Investigators believe his Groupe Fateh Kamel was tied to the Algerian Armed Islamic Group (GIA) as well as the al-Qaida network.
He maintained in the interview that he was never a part of an extremist group.
Moonbat Central
www.moonbatcentral.com, 5 May 2005 [cached]
Fateh Kamel, a former leader of a Canadian extremist cell in Montreal, returned to Canada in January after serving a prison term in France for terrorist-related crimes.
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