Two boys aged 17 ‘travel to Syria from Dewsbury’

article-1058227-02B8290000000578-120_233x359Yakub, the grandfather of Hammaad Munshi, is the leader of the Dewsbury Sharia court. Source.

Two missing teenagers, including the brother of Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist, may have already been in Syria for a week, it has emerged.

He was just 15 and studying for his GCSEs when he was arrested in 2006 as part of a suspected terror cell planning to kill non-believers.

He was later convicted and sentenced to two years in a young offenders’ institution.

The brothers’ grandfather, Yakub Munshi, is a leading Islamic scholar in Dewsbury who has regularly spoken out against terrorism.

He was also the driving force behind the creation of Dewsbury’s first Sharia court…

  • winniec

    How can a Sharia judge oppose jihad? He can’t. Sharia law has many chapters and fatwas demanding jihad. This judge is a mendacious taqiyya artist.

    • Frau Katze

      Definitely. Mass Muslim immigration is a total disaster.