Tal'at Fu'ad Qasim  

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Tal'at Fu'ad Qasim (1957) Nag Hammadi Qena Governorate), also known as Abu Talal al-Qasimi (Template:Lang-ar) (possibly executed in 1995), was the leader of Egypt's militant al-Jama'a al-Islamiyya (Gama'a Islamiyya) organization until he obtained political asylum in Denmark. He was executed in secret in 1995, following the first modern "extraordinary rendition" at the hands of U.S. authorities.

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