Husnain Rashid, 32, of Nelson, Lancashire, produced an “e-toolkit for terrorism” for internet radicals, the prosecution alleges.
He is accused of calling for the young prince to be targeted at Thomas’s Battersea primary school in southwest London, The Guardian reports.
Australian police will be able to conduct random identity checks at airports under sweeping new security laws, the government said on Tuesday, amid heightened terror fears following an alleged plot to bring down a plane.
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A Lockland man convicted of having a fully automatic Uzi-like gun and silencer at his home is considered by the FBI to be a threat to the community and has been investigated for ties to terrorism, prosecutors said.
That revelation came during Buddy Struckman’s sentencing Thursday in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court. Visiting judge Guy Guckenberger sentenced him to seven years in prison.
In a jail call reviewed by a police officer, Struckman, who represented himself during the trial, blamed his conviction on “the Jewish jury, the Jewish judge and the Jewish lawyer.”
ISIS supporters have intensified long-running online threats this week against the FIFA World Cup, which begins in Russia on June 14 and runs for a month, and against the Union of European Football Associations’ upcoming final in Kiev.
Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari has slammed the US for being an unreliable partner during his speech at a ceremony in Tehran, reports Fars News Agency. He noted that the fact that the US had abandoned an internationally endorsed agreement only proves this point. He also forecasted that Iran will have to rely on itself.
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On Monday Global News visited the hobo squat that anti-pipeline protesters in Burnaby BC call, Camp Cloud.
Global reporter, Jordan Armstrong, said his news crew was threatened with violence, accused of racism and told not to film on public property where the protesters had set up their tents.
The school claims the threat wasn’t credible.
The poster shows a jihadist emerging from an explosion and holding an AK-47 aloft, with a packed football arena in the background, the Daily Mail reports.
President Putin can be seen on the left of the image with a black and orange target aiming straight at him.
Across the poster is written; “Russia 2018. Putin you disbeliever. You will pay the price for killing Muslims.”
We were one of the fastest growing European news sites on Facebook with at least 30,000 people joining us every month. On some days 5,000 people joined us, but those days are gone after Facebook decided to censor us, suspend us and threaten us.
A San Antonio man was arrested for threatening a mass shooting at Sunday’s NFL playoff game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steelers, an arrest affidavit said.
Quebec City police (SPVQ) said they were informed about the comments, which appeared on a social media site, by the RCMP.
“In that message, there were incitements of hatred against the Muslim community,” SPVQ spokesperson Mélissa Cliche told CBC News.
Ofsted boss Amanda Spielman revealed that inspectors at one of the regulator’s regional offices have been forced to take additional security measures after they were were repeatedly sent radical Islamic literature.
A Saskatchewan man has received a two-year suspended sentence for making online threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Behzad Bashiri arrived by boat in 2011, before allegedly threatening to bomb the country, intimidate citizens and strike police with a vehicle, The Herald Sun reports.
But despite Victoria Police appealing to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to have him deported, he cannot be repatriated without his consent.
This chilling poster of Lionel Messi crying blood is being used in a campaign of terror by ISIS supporters to threaten to next year’s World Cup in Russia.