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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
An Algerian newspaper has reported that an Algerian Islamist leader living in exile in the USA has been asked to preside over a conference of Islamists in New Jersey on 27-29 December. The paper said that Anouar Haddam, a former leader of the now-outlawed Islamic Salvation Front, who is accused by the Algerian authorities of involvement in terrorism, will use this opportunity to return to the limelight. "This seems an affront to the Algerian victims of terrorism" and even to the American victims of the 11 September attacks, the paper added. The following is the text of report by Algerian newspaper Le Quotidien d'Oran web site on 11 December
Anouar Haddam, a former leader of the Islamic Salvation Front [FIS] …