Abu Hamza, the radical Muslim cleric extradited from Britain after a lengthy court fight, pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges Tuesday in New York.
Radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza who preached pro-al-Qaida sermons at a London mosque will be extradited to the United States, British officials said.
The prosecution in the trial in Britain of Abu Hamza told the court the Muslim cleric encouraged his followers to kill those he deemed to be non-believers.
Yemen will renew demands for the extradition of Abu Hamza al-Masri, one of the most radical Islamic figures in Britain, who is wanted for terrorism.
The Yemeni government said Saturday it will renew demands for the extradition from Britain of a Muslim cleric wanted by the United States on terror charges.
A Muslim cleric has been arrested in London on U.S. terrorism charges, Attorney General John Ashcroft said Thursday in Manhattan.