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A Saudi man dubbed "Al-Qaeda's librarian" on Thursday denied belonging to the organisation and recruiting jihadists for the group over the Internet during a Madrid court appearance.Spanish Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz accused Almalki of running one of "the world's most important jihadist forums" which was dedicated to the "recruitment and indoctrination of terrorists".The minister said Almalki was known within the organisation as "Al-Qaeda's librarian". Almalki denied belonging to Al-Qaeda or following the group's orders and said books and weapons manuals found in his home had nothing to do with the outfit.
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