Place of Birth: East London, United Kingdom;
Shehroz Iqbal is an extremist who made a ‘chilling’ video of London’s Royal Festival Hall with the message ‘Attack, attack’ has been found guilty of encouraging terrorism.
He posted the mobile phone footage to a group of like-minded friends on WhatsApp in March.
Iqbal, of Ilford, east London, had denied encouraging terrorism on WhatsApp and disseminating Islamic State propaganda on Facebook.
On March 11, he visited the Hayward Gallery on the South Bank, near the Royal Festival Hall and Waterloo Bridge, the court heard.
He spent about an hour-and-a-half at the popular art attraction and made a video on his phone, it is claimed.
As the nation went into lockdown in late March, Iqbal posted on social media a propaganda video depicting Islamic State fighters in 2015.
The court heard that the video, which featured an image of a dead body, was viewed more than 200 times on Iqbal’s Facebook page.
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