Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The trial of the four suspects (three Somali and one Sudanese)
accused of belonging to a Jihadist organisation has been postponed till
Monday until lawyers have been provided to defend them.
"All lawyers have refused to defend the suspects during the last
Monday session, so the trial has been postponed to next Monday," an
official at the Supreme Federal Court told Gulf News.
The suspects were accused of being involved in holding
unauthorised activities in the UAE that financially support the movement
in Somalia and other African countries.