OSLO  - A Norwegian prosecutor called Tuesday for Mullah Krekar , the founder of radical Iraqi Kurdish Islamist group Ansar al-Islam, to be sentenced to five years in prison for issuing death threats against a former government minister, media reported. The 55-year-old mullah , whose real name is Najmeddine Faraj Ahmad and who has lived in Norway since 1991, has pleaded not guilty to threatening the life of Erna Solberg, an ex-minister who signed his expulsion order in 2003 because he was considered a threat to national security. Krekar 's name is on terrorist lists drawn up by the United Nations and the United States.