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February 11, 2005
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A U.S. jury convicted a postal worker of urging the killing of Jews. Ahmed Abdel Sattar was convicted Thursday in New York, along with civil rights lawyer Lynne Stewart and Arabic interpreter Mohamed Yousry, who were both found guilty of giving material support to terrorists.

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