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