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Three admit inciting terror acts

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posted on Jul, 4 2007 @ 08:52 AM

Three al-Qaeda-linked men have admitted inciting terrorist attacks against non-Muslims on websites and in e-mails.

Younes Tsouli, 23, of west London, and Waseem Mughal, 24, of Chatham, Kent, changed their pleas on Monday.

A third man, Tariq Al-Daour, 21, of west London, has now changed his plea at Woolwich Crown Court to guilty.

The three men are the first people to be convicted of inciting terrorist murder via the internet. They will be sentenced on Thursday.

They don't come across as big threats themselves, they seem to be all talk, but who knows how far they would be prepared to go themselves if called upon? It is also the first I have heard of anyone pleading guilty to such charges so I think they must feel pretty dumb, and I bet their families had a thing or two to say to them about all this. - Trio 'linked to terrorist films' - Trio fuelled al-Qaeda propaganda (link currently down)


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