In a London criminal court, old Bailey are hearing the 40-year-old Kamran Sabir Hussein, a Muslim cleric who urged his flock to support ISIS and commit terrorist acts, and expressed the hope that «with the help of Allah, the black flag will rise over big Ben and Downing street».
About it writes on Monday, September 11, the British tabloid The Daily Mail.
These sermons took place on Fridays in the shop Tunstall Stoke-on-Trent, in the ceremonial County of Staffordshire. The article notes that the mosque where they preached to by the defendant, is financed from the funds of the charity Fund.
During the sermon, held on 15 August, which was attended by half a dozen children, Hussein claimed that the British government includes organizations such as the English Defence League and Britain First, intended to attack the Muslims, and called to «resist the devil, be ready to shed a lot of blood, killing and beheading infidels, and die furious»
The preacher also compared the current situation in Syria with the military achievements of the prophet Muhammad, won against greatly superior army of the Quraysh, the ruling tribe of ancient Makkah, Badr – 1400 years ago.
The defendant is charged with the article No. 1, part II of the terrorism Act 2006 and article No. 12, part three of the law.
Hearings on the case continue.