Saturday, February 17, 2018

London Man Jailed for Spreading ‘Poisonous’ Islamic State Propaganda

Shafi Mohammed Saleem, 28, used more than 20 Twitter and Instagram accounts to distribute “poisonous” Islamic State messages.
The terror-supporter, from Newham, was arrested last April and sent the messages between 2016 and 2017, London’s Metropolitan Police revealed in a statement.
One tweet included an image of two zombie knives alongside the word “itching”. Another showed a man holding the knives and words “dip dip dip”, a slang term meaning “to stab”.
Detectives found nine devices at his home containing one terabyte of data, including terrorist magazines, videos of Osama Bin Laden and Islamic State militants, and a picture of convicted terrorist recruiter Anjem Choudhary.
Associates of Mr. Choudhary and his al-Muhajiroun group have been linked to numerous successful Islamist attacks, including the beheading of Lee Rigby and the 7/7 London bombings.
Another chilling imaged saved on Mr. Saleem’s encrypted Telegram app showing him posing with what appears to be a genuine handgun, police said.
Commander Dean Haydon, from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, commented: “I cannot underplay the importance of bringing before the courts people who tweet subversive messages promoting Daesh.
“Every tweet has the potential to radicalise vulnerable people.
“Arresting and bringing to justice people who send messages like Saleem did is just one of the ways that counter terrorism officers nationally are tackling the threat from terrorist propaganda online.
“The national Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit also scours the internet daily for material like this and by working with hundreds of social media platforms globally, it has ensured the removal of more than 300,000 terrorist and extremist posts in the past seven years.”
Just over a week ago, a court heard how a teacher, also for Newham, East London, hatched a terror plot and claimed to be part of “a death squad sent by Allah” after the Westminster attack.
And earlier this week, a court heard how a Somali migrant living in North London allegedly discussed killing the Queen with a fellow Islamic State jihadist supporter.
London was hit by five terror attacks in 2017, four of which were committed by Islamic fundamentalists, and the UK’s terror threat level remains at severe.

Unsuspecting Britons ‘eating halal and kosher meat’ in READY MEALS without knowing

MILLIONS of people could be eating Halal and kosher meat - from animals that are not stunned before being killed - without even knowing it because they are not labelled, it is claimed.

Halal meat could be in ready meals
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Halal meat could be in ready meals
Animal rights groups say the Islamic and Jewish practises are incredibly cruel and see animals die in enormous pain.
But ex-president of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Lord Trees, said pies and ready meals were likely to carry the meat.
And he warned many people were unaware of what was happening and an urgent change in the law was needed to tighten up food labelling.
Writing for the Vet Journal record, he said: “It is almost certain that meat which hasn’t been stunned is getting into the normal food chain. 
Many members of the public are understandably not aware of it. 
“There is no doubt a substantial part of the carcass is sold into the normal food chain. 
“Other people will receive that meat in a processed form.
“It’s very difficult to have accurate traceability when meat may go through the food chain and pass through several different people’s hands. 
Halal and kosher animals are not stunned
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Halal and kosher animals are not stunned
“Various parts of it will go in all sorts of directions into different food chains and different processing systems, often different countries. 
“It then emerges as a meat pie or a ready meal or whatever.”
He called for products to be clearly labelled as either stunned or non-stunned so the public could make up their minds.
Lord Trees said: “While many of us, including the Government and the British Veterinary Association, which has long campaigned on this issue, would prefer that all animals are stunned before slaughter, there are problems in demanding a ban.
Clearer labelling could be introduced
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Clearer labelling could be introduced
“Labelling should be introduced which clearly defines whether meat is from stunned or non-stunned slaughter. 
“This would help ensure that those who do not want meat from non-stunned animals do not inadvertently eat it.”
Lord Gardiner, the parliamentary under secretary of state for rural affairs at DEFRA, said the Government could look to tighten up labelling once Britain leaves the EU.
He told Parliament last week: “We think it is absolutely essential that everyone can make an informed choice. 
“We will be considering this issue in the context of our departure from the EU.”

Four Muslims admit to operating rape gang with girls as young as 13

Four men who exploited vulnerable girls for sexual gratification were caught when one of their victims saw a film warning how girls can be groomed without realising it is happening, a court heard.
Taiyab Hussain, Mohammed Hizar Rizwan, Shaheem Ratyal and Sohail Raja Ali, all from Burton, pleaded guilty to child sex offences in court last week, after their victims bravely came forward to their families and a police investigation was launched.
Police chiefs have now spoken out to praise their bravery and urge any victims to come forward to tell family members or police.
In May last year one of the men’s victims bravely confided in a family member. Soon after a second victim also came forward and reported offences to police.
Officers were told by four girls, who were just 13 and 14 years old at the time of the offences, that they had been sexually abused between December 2016 and March 2017. 
The abuse first came to light after one of the girls watched a film that warned how girls can be groomed without realising it and she felt brave enough to tell her father. The men were subsequently arrested.
Hussain, 19, of Shobnall Street, pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual activity with a child, two counts of causing a child to engage in sexual activity and two counts of possession of an indecent photograph of a child.
Rizwan, 18, of Derby Road, pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of causing a child to engage in sexual activity and one count of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
Ratyal, 19, of Grange Street, pleaded guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child and five counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
Ali, 19, of Weston Park Avenue, pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of causing a child to engage in sexual activity.
All four men will be sentenced on April 16 at Stafford Crown Court.
Detective Inspector Simon Caton, the senior investigating officer for the investigation, from the force’s child sexual exploitation team, said: "These vulnerable girls found themselves in an impossible situation at the hands of these men who clearly acted together using coercion and intimidation to take advantage of them. They exploited the victims for sexual gratification.
"In this case I would like to pay tribute to the girls’ incredible bravery in coming forward initially and throughout this long and complex investigation.
"Tackling child sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, both current and non-recent remains an absolute priority for us.
"I would urge anyone who has been a victim of such crimes to come forward and report this to us, we will listen and you and your families will be supported by specially-trained detectives and social workers. If you are or have been a victim or you are worried about something, and you don’t feel ready to talk to the police, please speak to someone you trust."
John Wood, chairman of the Staffordshire Safeguarding Children Board, said: "The primary concern of all the agencies involved in the investigation has been to safeguard the young girls making the allegations and ensure that they have been seen, heard and protected.
"In recent years there has been visible progress from safeguarding campaigns including 'Say no to Abuse' to make children and young people aware of the different ways in which they can be targeted. It is encouraging that this prosecution arose from one of the victims viewing a film which warned how girls can be groomed without realising it.
"I hope this sends out a strong message that child sexual abuse will not be tolerated in our communities and that people who report such matters will be listened to and supported.
"The safeguarding children board, working with a wide range of connected partners, will do everything that it reasonably can do in its joint efforts to prevent child sexual abuse." 

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Muslim threatens to blow up primary school, is spared jail time

Just weeks before this, he was convicted of a “religiously aggravated offence,” but this threat was downplayed. He was distraught over his broken marriage, you see. Would he have received this kind of solicitude and understanding if he were a non-Muslim who had just been convicted of a “religiously aggravated offence,” and had threatened to blow up a Muslim school? What do you think might have happened in that case, in shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain? They would have thrown away the key.
“He will also have £175 deducted from his benefits.”
Oh, that will show him! But the rest of the jizya will keep flowing.
“This man threatened to blow up a Croydon primary school,” by Craig Simpson, Croydon Advertiser, February 8, 2018:
A man has been spared jail after threatening “to blow up” a Croydon primary school attended by children as young as four.
He told staff not to “cry” as he left the sick voicemail last year just weeks after being convicted of a religiously aggravated offence.
The Crescent Primary School, in Selhurst, received a terrifying voice message on the evening of June 8.
Staff at the school discovered the message on which a man’s voice could be heard threatening “Yo Cres, don’t cry when you get blown up”.
The age of the children who go to the school ranges from four to 11.
Police traced the call back to a 44-year-old father who was swiftly arrested and questioned over the call.
Mohammed Farooq, who lives on Whitehorse Road, just minutes from the school, refused to comment on why he threatened to “blow the school up”.
After pleading guilty to making the threat he has now walked free from court after appearing at Croydon Magistrates’ Court for sentencing today (February 8).
Farooq will instead have money deducted from his benefits and has received a suspended sentence.
The Selhurst man sat in the dock with his head bowed and his arm in a sling as the circumstances of his threatening call were described in court.
George Crivelli, prosecuting, said: “This is a case of threats made to a school.
“He left a message saying: ‘Yo Cres, don’t cry when you get blown up’.
“It was linked to the defendant’s mobile number, he was arrested and interviewed.
“He was asked about his mobile number, and why did he leave a voicemail saying he was going to blow the school up.
“He answered no comment to all questions.”
The prosecutor also outlined that Farooq had previous convictions, one for stealing a car in 2016 – the other for a religiously aggravated offence in May 2017, just weeks before he rang the school….
Farooq received a four-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months, and a supervision order.
He will also have £175 deducted from his benefits.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

illegal immigrant who took part in a sophisticated credit card fraud to ease his £1.5million gambling losses will be deported to Pakistan after serving three years in jail.

  • Shabaaz Ahmed amassed casino debts after his asylum application was refused
  • He worked for Nigerian scammers, using stolen cards to fund criminal accounts
  • Ahmed admitted conspiracy to defraud at a hearing at Southwark Crown Court
  • He was jailed for three years and will face deportation after serving his sentence
An illegal immigrant who took part in a sophisticated credit card fraud to ease his £1.5million gambling losses will be deported to Pakistan after serving three years in jail.
Shabaaz Ahmed, 41, amassed eye-watering debts at the Grosvenor Casino after his asylum application was refused.
Nigerian scammers supplied Ahmed with fraudulently obtained credit cards and ordered him to deposit funds in gang-controlled accounts or buy goods, gold or redeemable items such as gift vouchers.
Ahmed admitted using one of the credit cards to purchase a large quantity of cigarettes and was paid £200 for his participation in the scam.
Shabaaz Ahmed, 41, amassed eye-watering debts at the Grosvenor Casino after his asylum application was refused, Southwark Crown Court (pictured) heard

Shabaaz Ahmed, 41, amassed eye-watering debts at the Grosvenor Casino after his asylum application was refused, Southwark Crown Court (pictured) heard
The card was later found to have spent £9,000 although others were responsible for a portion of that sum.
Ahmed was first arrested in June 2016 but two days later, racked up another £34,000 worth of fraudulent purchases.
Prosecutor Jeremy Rosenberg told the court Ahmed was ‘receiving approximately five fraudulent bank cards a week’ which were then ‘used through a network of individuals’.
He said the fraudster has no immigration status in the UK and has already been served with a deportation notice ordering his return to Pakistan.
‘Mr Ahmed has a clear and expansive gambling habit and the Crown are aware that he has some losses in the region of approximately £1.5million.

‘The Crown are aware that most, if not all, of his profits have gone into the casino.’
Ahmed and a second man, Manikkam Sivakumaran, 42, admitted conspiracy to defraud at Southwark Crown Court.

Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith told Ahmed: ‘You have no right to be in this country.
‘Your application for asylum was refused a long time ago.

‘But you remained here and you became addicted to gambling and, it seems, also addicted to alcohol and to pay your debts you took to fraud.

‘You yourself were recruited to carry out this sophisticated credit card fraud and you in turn recruited at least three others.’

He added: ‘But when police released you on bail, within a day or two you were doing exactly the same thing to the tune of £34,000.’

To Sivakumaran, the judge said: ‘You do have positive good character as I have seen from the references but drink, and I suspect a bit of greed, led you to be tempted to commit fraud.’

Ahmed, of no fixed address, admitted conspiracy to defraud and two counts of fraud.
He was jailed for three years and will face deportation after serving his sentence.

Sivakumaran, of Merton, southwest London, admitted conspiracy to defraud.

He was handed a 20-day rehabilitation activity requirement addressing alcohol issues and ordered to complete 100 hours’ unpaid work with 12 months.

Benefits cheat mother of four stole £27,000 while having £40,000 in savings

A BENEFITS cheat fraudulently claimed handouts while hiding tens of thousands in 12 undeclared bank accounts.

Abida Khan
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Abida Khan was overpaid almost £30,000 before being caught in an investigation by the DWP
Mother-of-four Abida Khan had almost £40,000 savings yet claimed income support housing benefit and council tax relief after falsely declaring she had only £650 in the bank. 
She was overpaid almost £30,000 before being caught in an investigation by the Department of Work and Pensions. 
The fraudulent claims began after Khan, 52, split up with her husband, Teesside Magistrates' Court heard. 
Giving evidence, Khan told how she moved to the UK in 1991 after an arranged marriage but separated in 2011.
She is the sole carer of their children, aged 20, 18, 13 and 12 - two of whom have a sight disability. 
Khan, of Darlington Road, Stockton, wept as she was found guilty after trial of making false claims relating to income support, housing benefit and council tax dating back to July 2011. 
Anne Mitchell, prosecuting, said: "The claim for income support was stopped when the defendant failed to provide information regarding a second property. 
"She was also in receipt of housing benefit and council tax for herself and her four children on the basis she did not have capital over the applicable threshold."
However evidence showed Khan had £37,438 saved in accounts which she had failed to declare. She was overpaid a total of £27,142.11. 
"That is a lot of money, isn't it?" Miss Mitchell asked the defendant who claimed the money she was receiving belonged to her children. 
"Yes, because I was saving it for a long time for my children," Khan told the court. 
"I didn't know the accounts were in my name, they belonged to my children. I only had one bank account which belonged to myself."
When asked whether she failed to declare the other 12 bank accounts because it would affect her qualification for benefits she replied, "No, I can say on oath I did not know anything about this. 
"It took me 20 years to add up this money, which I thought belonged to my children and that one day they would be able to use it."
Neil Douglas, defending, said: "What is being denied is that Mrs Khan acted dishonestly. 
"You have a lady without formal education, who spent the first 20 years of her life in Pakistan, before coming to the UK in circumstances which are troubling. 
"She found herself living an isolated existence in a foreign country, without any mastery of the language let alone cultural issues. 
"It is apparent that Mrs Khan had no knowledge of the western banking system."
Khan, who has no previous convictions, will be sentenced at the same court on February 21. 

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Murder suspect, 27, wanted after a 56-year-old businessman was tied-up and shot in the head during an armed warehouse robbery is detained in Pakistan

  • Akhtar Javeed was murdered during a robbery at his catering firm in Birmingham
  • Mr Javeed, 56, was shot dead at point-black range in February 2016
  • Three people have already been jailed in connection with the crime 
  • Zarif, 27, from Derby, fled to Pakistan several days after the murder
Tahir Zarif, from Derby, is accused of murdering Akhtar Javeed in February 2016 at the victim's catering firm in Digbeth, Birmingham before fleeing to Pakistan where he has been arrested
Tahir Zarif, from Derby, is accused of murdering Akhtar Javeed in February 2016 at the victim's catering firm in Digbeth, Birmingham before fleeing to Pakistan where he has been arrested
A 27-year-old man suspected of murdering a businessman in a warehouse robbery has been detained in Pakistan.
Tahir Zarif, from Derby, was being sought in connection with the February 2016 murder of Akhtar Javeed at his catering supplies firm in Digbeth, Birmingham.
Detective Inspector Caroline Corfield, who is leading the investigation, said of Zarif's arrest: 'This is fantastic news for the family of Mr Javeed.
'For the last two years they have been living with the fact that the man suspected of killing him is at large somewhere, but with his detention they are another step closer to securing justice.
'We have been in regular contact with the Pakistani authorities and will continue to liaise with them over the deportation process.'
Three men were jailed in September 2016 for a total of 40 years for their part in the armed robbery that led to Mr Javeed's death.
Zarif is thought to have left Britain via Heathrow airport five days after the killing, in which the victim was shot by a masked gunman at point-blank range.
A trial at Birmingham Crown Court which ended in September 2016 heard how Mr Javeed, aged 56, was tied up and shot in the head after being ordered to open a safe.

Det Insp Corfield added: 'Mr Javeed's family have been very patient and always said they have faith in the justice system to bring Zarif back to the UK to stand trial.

'It was hugely satisfying to break the news to them that our suspect has been detained.'

Akhtar Javeed was tied to a chair during the robbery in February 2016 and shot in the head
Akhtar Javeed was tied to a chair during the robbery in February 2016 and shot in the head

Monday, February 12, 2018

notorious fraudster dubbed 'The General' - who built his own 'Buckingham Palace' in Pakistan - are ordered to pay back £13MILLION gained from mortgage scam

  • Jailed tax fraudster Mohammed Suleman, from Birmingham, hid his wealth in the UK while building an estate in Pakistan that was modelled on Buckingham Palace
  • Three men, including one of his brothers, have been ordered to pay back £13m
  • If they don't pay back money from a mortgage scam, they will face more jail time
Jailed tax fraudster Mohammed Suleman Khan (pictured) hid his wealth in the UK while building an estate in Pakistan modelled on Buckingham Palace
Jailed tax fraudster Mohammed Suleman Khan (pictured) hid his wealth in the UK while building an estate in Pakistan modelled on Buckingham Palace
The brother and entourage of a notorious fraudster dubbed 'the General' have been ordered to pay back £13million gained from a mortgage scam or face more jail time.
Jailed Mohammed Suleman Khan hid his wealth in the UK while building an estate in Pakistan modelled on Buckingham Palace. 
The businessman avoided paying tax and national insurance for a decade. 
Two of his brothers, a sister-in-law and two other associates were jailed after using forged financial documents to obtain mortgages for properties they then rented, allowing them to earn huge amounts of money.
Now following an investigation by the Royal Asset Recovery Team, a court has ordered one of his brothers, Shokut Zuman, and two of his entourage, Arshid Khan and Mohammed Mughal, to pay back £13m.
Birmingham Crown Court heard the gang - which also included Khan's brother Shahalam Khan and Zuman's wife Samiah Hanna - built up a valuable property portfolio by 'taking advantage of a buoyant property market' between 2003 and 2010.

They made false declarations to obtain mortgages that they otherwise would have been refused.

Khan's brother Shokut Zuman has been ordered to pay back money gained from a mortgage scam or face more time behind bars
Khan's brother Shokut Zuman has been ordered to pay back money gained from a mortgage scam or face more time behind bars

Cheat spent tax on home the size of Buckingham Palace

Mohammed Suleman Khan was originally sentenced to four years in April 2013 after defrauding the taxman of £450,000 in an unrelated case.
His nine-year scam was exposed after police raided his Moseley home and discovered plans for his own 'Buckingham Palace' in Pakistan, complete with a library, cinema and servant quarters.
Khan, 45, later faced a proceeds of crime hearing but was hit with an extra ten-year sentence after failing to pay £2,209,090. 
Shahalam Khan, 47, received a five-year term after also being convicted of benefit fraud while Zuman, 43, received a four-and-half-year sentence and Hanna, 46, received a two-year suspended sentence.

Arshid Khan, 47, was jailed for five years while Mughal, 67, was jailed for four and a half years.

The gang used forged financial documents to obtain mortgages on 21 properties in the Bournville, Selly Oak and Moseley areas. 

The houses were renovated then rented, mainly to students, allowing the gang to earn huge amounts in rent.

At a Proceeds of Crime Act hearing at Birmingham Crown Court on January 4, Arshid Khan was ordered to repay £8,010,881 within three months or face a further 10 years in jail.
Mohammed Mughal, 67, was ordered to hand over £1,385,775 within three months or face an extra seven years in prison.Shahalam Khan, 47, received a five-year term after also being convicted of benefit fraud
Mohammed Mughal, 67, (left) was ordered to hand over £1,385,775 within three months or face an extra seven years in prison. Shahalam Khan, 47, (right) received a five-year term after also being convicted of benefit fraud

Mohammed Suleman Khan's brother Zuman was told to repay £4,058,852 within three months or face another nine years behind bars while Mughal, 67, was ordered to hand over £1,385,775 within three months or face an extra seven years in prison.

Detective Inspector Jonathan Jones, head of the Regional Asset Recovery Team, said: 'The trio were ordered to pay back more than £13million.

'This represents one of the team's best ever confiscation results and the conclusion of almost seven years hard work.

'Whilst a significant element of this represents hidden assets, we still expect to enforce the sale of a large number of properties restrained in the UK and raise around £4.5 million.

'Additionally, lengthy sentences were imposed on Khan, Zuman and Mughal, which will further persuade them to pay up any hidden assets.

'This has been a hard-fought Operation which has ended with a spectacular result.'

Mobile phone warehouse worker, 28, who was in the UK illegally ‘planned a suicide bomb attack after the Home Office shut down his bogus college'

  • Mohammed Kamal Hussain, 28, lost his visa when 'bogus college' was shut down
  • He is accused of collecting bomb-making recipes in order to launch an attack
  • He denies preparing acts of terrorism and supporting a banned organisation
A mobile phone worker who called himself 'Captain the illiterate' and planned a suicide bomb attack was in the country illegally after the Home Office shut down his bogus college, a court has heard.
Mohammed Kamal Hussain, 28, was attending a college in Whitechapel, East London, when it was shut down and his student visa withdrawn.
The Home Office wrote to him as an 'over-stayer' but he never returned to his home in Bangladesh, Kingston Crown Court was told.
Hussain is accused of collecting bomb-making recipes in order to launch an attack last summer and had downloaded a picture of the Queen.
He told his contacts he wanted to arrange a 'barbecue party' - said to be code for an attack - and planned to 'do something big.'

Using the name, 'Captain the illiterate', Hussain told one female contact: 'I'm a simple man...I hate the smart people. Inshallah, I will be smart after I go to Paradise...before die, wanna punish some kuffar.'

Asked how he came up with the name, Hussain told the court: 'It doesn't have any meaning, I just liked this name.'

Naeem Mian QC, defending, asked Hussain: 'You are an over-stayer and your passport is with the Home Office?'

'I don't have any option other than to go to Bangladesh,' he said.

Hussain had been living in London for seven years and working in a mobile phone warehouse called the London Magic Store, the court heard.

His plan was to retrieve his passport from the Home Office and travel back to Bangladesh, before going on to Saudi Arabia to wait for 'Armageddon,' he explained.

'I think for us it is better to die in Dabiq, at the end of times,' he said, referring to a town in Syria, prophesied to be the site of the 'last battle' between Muslims and the Romans.

Armageddon, it is the final battle between the Muslims and the Romans. There will be 2,000 soldiers against the Muslims.

'Before that the leader of the Muslims will be the Mahdi and they will defeat the enemy in the East.'

He said that comments about purifying his soul by 'kuffar [infidel] bombs' were a reference to the 'forces of the enemy, the anti-Christ' adding: 'I am talking about the end of times.'

In one conversation with a contact in Bradford on June 4 last year, Hussain told him: 'We should arrange a barbecue party. If we cannot make hijrah [emigrate] then wherever we live fighting is coming upon us.

'World politics says this things. If you live Bangladesh, UK, Middle East, anywhere you go, you have face fight.

'I believe this is the beginning of 3rd world war and it's will be end after killing dajjal [anti-Christ].'

Hussain told the court he talked about barbecues 'when I am really happy'.

His friend noted: 'Brother you said we have to do a very tight plan about our secret thing, otherwise shaheed [martyred] here.'

But Hussain told the court: 'Only plan is to go to Bangladesh and then go to Saudi and wait until the Mahdi comes. There is only one plan. '

He said he collected ISIS publications because 'I consider IS a sign of the end of days and I want to know about their ideology.

He said he read one edition of Rumiyah, which had a guide to knife attacks 'for the ideological matter and their teachings and that sort of things, but I never read how to kill people with a knife.

'It is very silly that I downloaded how to kill with a knife. No one needs to learn how to kill with a knife.'

Hussain admitted that he asked a friend to send him a guide to explosives, but added: 'I was curious, but when she sent it, I lost my curiosity.'

His collection of extremist books were about religion, he said, adding: 'I was seeking the truth, I was never planning an attack.'

But the court was read one entry on Facebook from January 14 last year in which he wrote: 'I don't know who I hate more between shia, Jews and capitalist coz these culprits are champions for their crimes in their own field.'

He told police who asked him about the comments: 'Yes it is my thoughts. I'm Muslim, I shouldn't like everything. I love everything for the sake of Allah and I hate everything for the sake of Allah, that's it.

'This is my simple theory, it is my belief. What is going against Allah's law I hate it. What is, Allah's law, I love it.'

Hussain denies preparing acts of terrorism, support for a proscribed organisation, and two counts of encouragement of terrorism and a friend Mohammed Ashfaq, 31, denies encouragement of terrorism.