Gibson Square attackers jailed

<p>&nbsp;</p><p class="first">The three men who attacked the home of Gibson Square publisher Martin Rynja shortly before he was due to publish <em>The Jewel of Medina </em>have been jailed, the BBC has reported. </p><p class="first">Abbas Taj, 30, Ali Beheshti, 41, and Abrar Mirza, 23, from east London, were each jailed for four-and-a-half years yesterday (7th July). They were convicted of conspiracy to commit arson, being reckless as to whether life was endangered.</p><p>Rynja&#39;s home in Lonsdale Square, Islington, north London, was targeted on 27th September last year.</p><p> Publication of the book was immediately suspended, and the rights have since reverted to US publisher Beaufort Books, which has, so far unsuccessfully, been seeking a UK-based publisher or distributor to partner up on the title.</p>