3 Luton men who praised Charlie Hebdo attack found guilty of encouraging children to join Isis

Three Luton men have been found guilty of “infecting the young minds of children” on Tuesday (16 August) by encouraging support for the Islamic State (Isis) and praising the shocking Charlie Hebdo attacks which took place in Paris, France.

Mohammed Istiak Alamgir, Yousaf Bashir and Rajib Khan gave speeches at a series of meetings in the town during Ramadan last year that were attended by up to 80 people including young children that were urged to travel to Syria to fight with Isis (Daesh) militants.