A Pakistani student urged British Muslims to join
jihad, or holy war, in the Middle East
a court heard today as the suspect admitted to terrorism-related charges.
Abdul Rahman, 25, who
admitted disseminating terrorist information as part of a plea-bargain, was
linked to a “radical cell” committed to fighting jihad with their “Muslim
brothers,” Manchester Crown Court was told.
When arrested in January this year Rahman had a jiffy
bag ready to send to Afghanistan
containing two hunting knives and mobile phones.
Today he pleaded guilty to possessing a letter which
amounted to a “call to arms” from a friend who was fighting in Afghanistan,
as well as to disseminating terrorist propaganda and aiding the breach of a
control order. He faces up to six years in jail.
Dette melder TimesOnline.co.uk.
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videoen der Abdul Raham og assosierte mujahedeen trener på en
German Interior Minister Wolfgang Schäuble has
said his government is taking seriously a new threat contained in an Islamist
video demanding that Germany
pull their troops out of Afghanistan.
In the video received by the Austrian broadcasting
corporation ORF on Tuesday, Nov. 20, a group calling itself the Global
Islamic Media Front indirectly threatened attacks in Germany
if the two states do not pull their troops from Afghanistan.