Director of campaign group that praised Jihadi John is found GUILTY of terror charge

The director of controversial advocacy group Cage has been convicted of an offence under the Terrorism Act after refusing to hand over the pin code to his mobile phone at Heathrow Airport.

Muhammad Rabbani, 36, was stopped under Schedule 7 on November 20 last year after returning home from a wedding in Doha.

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  • Exile1981

    wow, color me surprised… I never saw this coming – sarc

  • Martin

    UK: Muslim activists hold prayer outside Westminster court in support of CAGE chief

    Scores of Muslim activists staged a protest action outside London’s Westminster Magistrates Court, Monday, in support of advocacy organisation CAGE’s chief Muhammad Rabbani who was facing trial under the UK’s 2000 Terrorism Act for refusing to divulge his mobile phone password during a police stop-and-search operation.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaBJHREpZ3g

  • tom_billesley

    Non-cooperation carries a penalty of up to three months in jail and/or a 2500 pound fine, which is the same as for someone caught with live Colorado Beetles.

  • ismiselemeas

    It’s a shame these guys and gals can’t be prosecuted for crimes against fashion. At least then a successful prosecution would be assured every time.