‘Terrorists’ favourite bookseller’ has conviction quashed

H/T EDL Buck

The Telegraph:

 A man once described as the “terrorists’ favourite bookseller” has had his conviction for selling books about Jihad quashed.

Ahmed Faraz has had his conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal

Ahmed Faraz has had his conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal

7:44AM GMT 05 Jan 2013

Material produced and distributed by Ahmed Faraz ended up in the hands of almost every major terrorist in Britain.

Among his customers were Mohammed Sidique Khan, the leader of the July 7 bomb plot, and members of the trans-Atlantic airline gang, who cited his texts in their suicide videos.

Court of Appeal judges found the prosecution in his original trial had been wrongly allowed to rely on the fact that the books had been found in the homes of high profile terrorists, without there being any suggestion that the offenders had actually been encouraged by the books to commit their terrorist acts.

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3 thoughts on “‘Terrorists’ favourite bookseller’ has conviction quashed

  1. So there’s no evidence to suggest that his books influenced any terrorists, but the likes of Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller are often accused of stirring Islamaphobic hatred…..

    Mmmm… I would like to say what I usually think, that the whole World has gone mad, but fortunately it hasn’t. It’s just more evidence that the World is still sane but unfortunately is being run by the madmen!
    Hopefully, sanity will prevail one day when the warders take back control of the asylum and the lunatics are back in their straitjackets.

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