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Osama Hassan Ahmed (اسامة حسان أحمد) was arrested in September 1998 in the United Kingdom, and accused of membership in al-Jihad.
He was arrested as part of Operation Challenge, which arrested seven men living in Britain through use of the Prevention of Terrorism Act 1989, accusing them of links to al-Jihad. One of the men was charged with possession of a weapon. Six months after the arrests, British Muslims staged a demonstration in front of 10 Downing Street to protest the continued incarceration of the seven men.