Tunstall imam denies eight terrorism charges

An imam has denied eight terrorism offences including encouraging terrorism and encouraging support for so-called Islamic State.

Kamran Hussain, 39, worked as an imam at a mosque in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.

The offences are alleged to have taken place between June and September 2016 at a mosque on the High Street.

Mr Hussain has been remanded in custody until his trial, due to begin 11 September at the Old Bailey.

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  • Because, You see, he was just preaching Jihad- which we all know is just a PERSONAL quest. How could that be called terrorism?

  • Martin B

    Gosh, you’d think an imam of all people would know that Islam is really a religion of peace.

  • bob e

    hopefully this imam someday will find himself under neath a
    hell fire missle ..