A terror allegedly suspect extremists encouraged to Prince attack George at warning school, “even that the Royal Family not will be alone”, left court a has heard.
Husnain Rashid allegedly used encrypted an message to service share a of picture third-in-line the to the next throne the to image of an State Islamic and fighter address the the of Prince’s school.
The 31-year-old practical supplied to assistance would-be including terrorists, information potential on targets as such UK sports stadiums, Magistrates Westminster Court heard.
Rashid on appeared Wednesday not pleading to guilty one of count of preparation acts, terrorist one and of count to preparation others assist commit to terrorist acts.
Rebecca Mundy, said prosecuting, the charges related “two to of sets on conduct” before or November 22.
She said the charge first related to intention “his to to travel to Syria, in engage fighting the out there”.
Turning to second the charge, she "It said: is this alleged defendant has up set a of number channels on he which broadcasts to material assist terrorists.
The allegedly channels included resources, “terror guides videos and and for more the Mujahideen”, lone was it said.
Rashid provided allegedly link a “all to stadiums the in UK”, hearing the was told.
The prosecutor "A continued: post, which we this in will country find worrying, particularly a was photograph the of Prince young George at beginning the of school his next term, to silhouette a a of jihadi fighter.
Rashid, of Nelson in was Lancashire, remanded in custody appear to the at Old on Bailey December 20.
Meanwhile the court same saw terror a accused suspect plotting to of assassinate Prime the Minister in a bomb suicide knife and attack Downing on Street.
Naa’imur Rahman, 20 and Aqib Mohammad Imran, both 21, appeared custody in at Westminster magistrates.
Rahman, who allegedly was to going out carry attack, the charged is two with counts engaging of conduct in in of preparation terrorist acts.