Mohammed Abdallah guilty of joining Islamic State – BBC News

Posted December 8th, 2017 in news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by sally

‘A British man has been found guilty of travelling to join so-called Islamic State in Syria.’

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BBC News, 7th December 2017

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Man convicted after showing child graphic Daesh beheading video – Crown Prosecution Service

Posted October 6th, 2017 in children, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by tracey

‘A pharmacist from Leicester has today (5 October 2017) been convicted for showing graphic beheading videos to a young child as part of a plan to radicalise two young children.’

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Crown Prosecution Service, 5th October 2017

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Two neo-Nazi groups added to banned list – BBC News

Posted October 2nd, 2017 in news, proscribed organisations, Scotland, terrorism by sally

‘Scottish Dawn and NS131, both aliases of neo-Nazi group National Action, are to be banned under UK terror law, the government has announced.’

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BBC News, 28th September 2017

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Cyber jihadi with James Bond-style USB cufflinks jailed for eight years over online terror hub – The Independent

Posted May 3rd, 2017 in internet, news, proscribed organisations, sentencing, terrorism by tracey

‘A cyber jihadi who hid his support for Isis on a James Bond-style cufflink as he created an online hub of information for terrorists all over the world has been jailed for eight years.’

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The Independent, 2nd May 2017

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The boy who watched IS beheading videos – BBC News

‘What leads a young child to stand up in front of his class and tell his school friends that he agrees with the aims and objectives of the so-called Islamic State?’

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BBC News, 14th February 2017

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British couple suspected of trying to join Isis allowed to keep children – The Guardian

Posted December 13th, 2016 in care orders, children, families, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by sally

‘A British couple have won a legal fight to be reunited with their children after being arrested on suspicion of trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State.’

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The Guardian, 12th December 2016

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Syria couple win legal fight for care of children – BBC News

Posted December 12th, 2016 in children, custody, family courts, judgments, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by sally

‘A Muslim couple arrested over fears that they were heading to Syria for “extremist activities” have won a court fight for the care of their children.’

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BBC News, 11th December 2016

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Man who rejected MI5 convicted of terror charge after semi-secret trial – The Guardian

‘A Somali-born man who spurned MI5 efforts to recruit him as an informant has been found guilty – following a partially secret trial – of preparing to join Islamic State fighters in Syria.’

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The Guardian, 13th October 2016

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Hate preacher Anjem Choudary applies for permission to appeal against his terrorism conviction – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 29th, 2016 in appeals, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by tracey

‘Anjem Choudary, Britain’s most controversial hate preacher, has applied for permission to appeal against his conviction for terrorism offences.’

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Daily Telegraph, 28th September 2016

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Anjem Choudary jailed for five-and-a-half years for urging support of Isis – The Guardian

Posted September 7th, 2016 in freedom of expression, news, proscribed organisations, sentencing, terrorism by sally

‘Anjem Choudary, who preached hate over two decades with seeming impunity from legal punishment, has been jailed for five years and six months for his activities to support Islamic State.’

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The Guardian, 6th September 2016

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Baroness Shields calls for united action in tackling online extremism – Home Office

‘Minister for Internet Safety and Security addresses audience at the Google Zeitgeist Conference.’

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Home Office, 26th May 2016

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Theresa May barred from deporting six men to Algeria over torture concerns – The Independent

‘The Government has been barred from deporting six men to Algeria because there is a “real risk” they could be tortured there, judges have ruled.’

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The Independent, 18th April 2016

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Twitter case man pleads guilty to sending pro-Islamic State tweets

Posted April 1st, 2016 in guilty pleas, internet, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by sally

‘A 23-year-old man who sent an estimated 8,000 tweets from 42 different Twitter accounts supporting the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty to encouraging terrorism, a court has heard.’

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BBC News, 31st March 2016

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Woman found guilty of not revealing husband’s Isis plans – The Independent

Posted February 25th, 2016 in aiding and abetting, news, proscribed organisations, terrorism by sally

‘A mother-of-three has been found guilty of failing to inform authorities that her husband intended to join the so-called Islamic State.’

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The Independent, 24th February 2016

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Men jailed for IS promotion outside Topshop in Oxford Street – BBC News

Posted January 29th, 2016 in news, proscribed organisations, sentencing, terrorism by tracey

‘Two men from Luton have been jailed for promoting the so-called Islamic State outside Topshop in London’s Oxford Street.’

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BBC News, 29th January 2016

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Muslim Brotherhood review: main findings – Home Office

Posted December 17th, 2015 in inquiries, Islam, parliamentary papers, proscribed organisations, reports by tracey

‘This review, requested by the Prime Minister, sets out the government’s understanding of the Muslim Brotherhood and its links to extremism.’

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Home Office, 17th December 2015

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Muslim Brotherhood will legally challenge UK government report – The Guardian

Posted December 17th, 2015 in inquiries, Islam, news, proscribed organisations, reports by tracey

‘A critical report calling for greater oversight of the Muslim Brotherhood is expected to be subject to a legal challenge by the Islamist movement after it is published on Thursday by the government. The long-awaited inquiry, ordered by David Cameron, into the Brotherhood’s operation in the UK is expected to include new curbs on the group and its associates in a move that will be presented by ministers as a crackdown on Islamism.’

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The Guardian, 17th December 2015

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Lack of anti-extremist legislation hasn’t hampered watchdog, says Ofcom chief – The Guardian

‘Ofcom chief executive Sharon White has said the regulator has not been hampered by lack of legislation in cracking down on extremist broadcasts following David Cameron said it should be given beefed-up powers to tackle the issue.’

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The Guardian, 21st July 2015

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Non-violent extremism: some questions about laws and limits – UK Human Rights

‘Sajid Javid’s reported objections to the Government’s pre-election proposals on countering extremist ideas uncover just how controversial the new laws will be. He had objected, it seems, to a mooted expansion of Ofcom’s powers to take pre-emptive action to prevent the broadcast of programmes with ‘extremist content’ before they are transmitted.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 22nd May 2015

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Home Office to blacklist extremists to protect public sector – The Guardian

‘The Home Office is drawing up a blacklist of extremist individuals and organisations with whom the government and public sector should not engage, Theresa May has revealed.’

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The Guardian, 23rd March 2015

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