The radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza was found guilty of terrorism charges in New York on Monday. The Egyptian-born cleric, 56, whose birth name is Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, as charged with creating an al-Qaida training camp in Bly, Oregon, in late 1999 and early 2000. He was also charged with helping kidnappers in a 1998 hostage-taking in Yemen that left four people dead and raising money to send militants to Afghanistan.

Hamza, the former imam of the Finsbury Park mosque in north London, was extradited to the US after an eight-year battle in 2012, after serving prison time in the UK for inciting his followers to kill non-Muslims.