England: Six charged with terrorism offences

West Midlands Police:

Four men have this evening been charged with preparing for an act of terrorism in the UK, and two more with failing to disclose information. One has additionally been charged with terrorist fundraising.

The men, all from Birmingham, were arrested a week ago as part of a major operation carried out by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit.

The arrests were unarmed, pre-planned and intelligence-led.

A seventh man from the city, aged 20 and arrested on Thursday, continues to be questioned. Officers have until Thursday September 29 to charge, release or apply for a further warrant of detention.

The six charged are aged between 25 and 32 and will appear at West London Magistrates Court (Hammersmith) tomorrow afternoon.

Those charged are:

IRFAN NASSER (14/6/81) aged 30 of 55 Doris Road, Sparkhill
IRFAN KHALID (1/3/85) aged 26 of 35 Timbers Way, Sparkbrook
ASHIK ALI (12/3/85) aged 26 of 23 White Street, Balsall Heath
RAHIN AHMED (28/7/86) aged 25 of 114 Moorcroft Road, Moseley

BAHADER ALI (4/7/83) aged 28 of 27 Turner Street, Sparkbrook
MOHAMMED RIZWAN (3/2/79) aged 32 of 75 Asquith Road, Sparkbrook
The Crown Prosecution Service has authorised West Midlands Police to make the following:

CHARGE 1; ENGAGING IN CONDUCT IN PREPARATION OF TERRORIST ACTS contrary to section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act 2006.

IRFAN NASSER between the 25th day of December 2010 and the 19th September 2011 with the intention of committing acts of terrorism within the UK or assisting another to commit such acts engaged in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his intention, namely:

i. Travelling to Pakistan for training in terrorism including bomb making, weapons and poison making.
ii. Making a martyrdom film.
iii. Planning a bombing campaign.
iv. Planning a suicide bombing campaign/event.
v. Collecting money for terrorism.
vi. Advising and counselling the commission of terrorist acts by providing information about training in Pakistan
vii. Advising, counselling on explosives and detonators.
viii. Being concerned in the purchase of components and chemicals for a home made explosive device.
ix. Construction of a home made explosive device for terrorist acts.
x. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist training.
xi. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist acts.
xii. Stating an intention to be a suicide bomber.

CHARGE 2; ENGAGING IN CONDUCT IN PREPARATION OF TERRORIST ACTS contrary to section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act 2006.

IRFAN KHALID between the 25th day of December 2010 and the 19th September 2011 with the intention of committing acts of terrorism within the UK or assisting another to commit such acts engaged in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his intention, namely:

i. Travelling to Pakistan for training in terrorism including bomb making, weapons and poison making.
ii. Making a martyrdom film.
iii. Planning a bombing campaign.
iv. Planning a suicide bombing campaign/event.
v. Collecting money for terrorism.
vi. Advising and counselling the commission of terrorist acts by providing information about training in Pakistan
vii. Advising, counselling on explosives and detonators.
viii. Being concerned in the purchase of components and chemicals for a home made explosive device.
ix. Construction of a home made explosive device for terrorist acts.
x. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist training.
xi. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist acts.
xii. Stating an intention to be a suicide bomber.

CHARGE 3: ENGAGING IN CONDUCT IN PREPARATION OF TERRORIST ACTS contrary to section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act 2006.

ASHIK ALI between the 25th day of December 2010 and the 19th September 2011 with the intention of committing acts of terrorism within the UK or assisting another to commit such acts engaged in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his intention, namely:

i. Planning a bombing campaign
ii. Planning a suicide bombing campaign/event.
iii. Collecting money for terrorism
iv. Providing premises for the planning of terrorism acts and making of explosives.
v. Learning about explosives and detonators.
vi. Being concerned in the purchase of components and chemicals for a home made explosive device.
vii. Construction of a home made explosive device for terrorist acts.
viii. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist training.
ix. Being concerned in recruiting persons for terrorist acts.
x. Stating an intention to be a suicide bomber.

CHARGE 4; ENGAGING IN CONDUCT IN PREPARATION OF TERRORIST ACTS contrary to section 5(1) of the Terrorism Act 2006.

RAHIN AHMED between the 25th day of December 2010 and the 19th September 2011 with the intention of committing acts of terrorism within the UK or assisting another to commit such acts engaged in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his intention, namely:

i. Assisting others to travel to Pakistan for training in terrorism including bomb making, weapons and poison making.
ii. Collecting money for terrorism.
iii. Investing and managing money for terrorist acts.

CHARGE 5; INFORMATION ABOUT ACTS OF TERRORISM, contrary to Section 38B (1) (a) and (2) of the Terrorism Act 2000

BAHADER ALI between the 29th July 2011 and the 19th September 2011 had information which he knew or believed might be of material assistance in preventing the commission by another person of an act of terrorism and did not disclose the information as soon as reasonably practicable.

CHARGE 6; ENTERING INTO A FUNDING ARRANGEMENT FOR THE PURPOSES OF TERRORISM, contrary to Section 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

BAHADER ALI before the 19th September 2011 entered into or became concerned in an arrangement as a result of which money or other property was to be made available to another, knowing or having reasonable cause to suspect that it would or might be used for the purposes of terrorism.

CHARGE 7; INFORMATION ABOUT ACTS OF TERRORISM, contrary to Section 38B (1) (a) and (2) of the Terrorism Act 2000

MOHAMMED RIZWAN between the 29th July 2011 and the 19th September 2011 had information which he knew or believed might be of material assistance in preventing the commission by another person of an act of terrorism and did not disclose the information as soon as reasonably practicable.

Ends.

Note to editors: Ashik Ali and Bahader Ali are brothers.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “England: Six charged with terrorism offences”

  1. but bewind those guys that belongs to the religion of peace ( Islam ), mut be the imã and his group belong to the same mosque. They are brain washers, financial support, legal support for preparing the attack,…the police must arrest them too………if not the snack will be again on field to prepair another group…..

  2. this guys after attack will be heroes for muslims, they would be happy to see dead inocent people for the coward bomb attack,…….

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