A British man posted a picture of Prince George, 4, and the address of his London school as part of a series of possible targets for Islamist militants, a court heard on Wednesday. Husnain Rashid, 31, is accused of posting information on the Telegram messaging service to encourage jihadis to carry out attacks along with information to help them with possible targets such as stadia. Prosecutor Rebecca Mundy told London's Westminster Magistrates Court that this included posting a picture of Prince George, son of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince William and Kate and destined to be the future king, next to a silhouette of a jihadi fighter.
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Mohammed Abbas Idris Awan from Crosland Moor is on trial with the opening set to be heard on Tuesday
ISIS wannabe allegedly posted details encouraging attack on Prince George Husnain Rashid faces two charges of preparing acts of terrorism and assisting others to commit acts of terrorism.
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[TOMT] A picture of a photogragh of an all orange cat laying upside down in a sink drinking from the faucet. The picture is posted on a social media site with a caption that is entirely in Russian.
Prince William Speaks Out After Break-In at Prince George’s School: ‘It’s Been an Interesting Week’ Prince William was on royal duty today — one week after he escorted his 4-year-old son, Prince George, to his first day of school.
“It’s been an interesting week,” William told patients during a visit to the Aintree University Hospital on Thursday in Liverpool.
Speaking of George’s first day of school on Sept. 7 at Thomas’s Battersea, William said, “most of the parents were in floods of tears. The kids were all fine.”
On Wednesday, the school made headlines when the Metropolitan Police confirmed that a 40-year-
Prince William makes candid admission about Prince George at school The 4-year-old British royal, much like a lot of children just starting their educations, reportedly didn't want to go to school on Tuesday morning, the Daily Mirror's Royal Correspondent, Victoria Murphy, revealed.
Grandpa Prince Charles Says Prince George’s Back-to-School Nerves Are ‘Character Building’
Proud grandpa Prince Charles couldn’t wait to hear how Prince George survived his first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea in London — and he completely understood his jitters.
The young royal bravely walked into his brand new school on Thursday — looking more nervous than he did just a half-hour before for a smiley first-day photo with dad Prince William on the steps of his Kensington Palace home!
And Charles, 68, sympathized with his grandson. “Poor old thing. He’s been left there to have to get on with it, when the par
Prince William tells of 'very interesting week' as woman bailed for 'breaking into Prince George's school' Prince William has spoken out about the “very interesting” week his son has had as the women arrested for trying to break into Prince George's school was released on bail. The four-year-old Prince, who started school last week, returned to Thomas's Battersea on Thursday morning – where plain-clothed police officers were stationed outside. George was driven through a side entrance in a black Range Rover as police reviewed the school’s security following the scare. As his father toured the Aintree University Hospital in Liverpool,
Revealed: Prince George got ‘really jealous’ after Prince William did THIS ROYAL tot Prince George felt “very envious” after the Duke of Cambridge got to drive one of his favourite toys, it has been revealed.
Accused Benghazi ringleader is in court in Washington as terrorism trial opens
Briton held in Turkey on terrorism charges released on bail Former soldier Joe Robinson was arrested while on holiday in July after spending a month in Syria with Kurdish militia in 2015 A former British soldier who was arrested in Turkey on suspicion of terror offences after he joined the struggle against Isis in Syria has been released on bail after four months in jail, his family confirmed. Joe Robinson, 24, from Accrington, Lancashire, was on holiday in July in the town of Didim, about 62 miles (100km) north of Bodrum, south-west Continue reading...
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New York bombing suspect charged with terrorism offences Akayed Ullah attempted to taunt US president Donald Trump ahead of Times Square attack
Some terror offences 'should carry longer jail terms' says terrorism law watchdog Max Hill said that sentences for some terror offences should be reviewed, as the country's terrorism legislation comes under scrutiny.
Record number of people arrested for terrorism-related offences in Britain
Trial begins in Montreal for two youths charged with terrorism-related offences El Mahdi Jamali and Sabrine Djermane each face four charges.
This picture was posted just before Galen reposted Zach’s picture. She doesn’t follow Andy or Death Grips, but she follows Zach and Galen. I’m going in.
Lawyer for man charged with terrorism-related offences asks jury to shift context
[LC] only decent picture the seller has posted
George posted as Fire Services Director
Haven't posted a picture of her in a while, just wanted to share!
A Facebook friend posted this picture. (Pennsylvania?)
Haven't seen this picture posted yet from Tagruato website
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