Newcastle man jailed for inciting terror attack in Germany

Published By ITCT News Desk On : June 27, 2020
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Fatah Mohammed Abdullah. PHOTO: COUNTER TERRORISM POLICING NORTH EAST

BBC report:

 

A man who incited a German terror cell to commit mass murder with a car, explosives and a meat cleaver has been given a life sentence.

Fatah Abdullah tried to learn how to make a pressure cooker “bomb” to aid Germany-based conspirators Omar Babek and Ahmed Hussein.

The 35-year-old encouraged the others to set off explosions, drive into a crowd and attack people with weapons.

At the Old Bailey, he was told he must serve a minimum term of nine years.

Abdullah had previously admitted a charge of inciting terrorism.

 

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