Law enforcement officials have warned five prominent New Yorkers that their names were found on a list kept by the man accused of killing radical Zionist Meir Kahane, Newsday reported Friday.

The newspaper said Rep. Gary Ackerman, D.-N.Y., two federal judges, a former assistant U.S. attorney and a columnist for the weekly Jewish Press were on the list.Some of those on the list found in Nosair's Cliffside Park, N.J., home, were involved in the extradition from Venezuela through Brooklyn of terrorist suspect Abdul Atta, a Moslem clerk linked to a terrorist group, the paper said.

Neither police nor the FBI would comment on the report.

FBI officials have said they believe Nosair acted alone when he gunned down Kahane during a Nov. 5 conference in New York City and were still trying to determine if he was back by a terrorist group.