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Hamdi Adus Isaac

Osman Hussain (also Hussain Osman or Hamdi Isaac) was found guilty of having placed an explosive at the Shepherd's Bush tube station during the failed 21 July 2005 London bombings. Born in Ethiopia, Hussain is a naturalised British citizen married to[...]

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Yeshshiemebet Girma

Yeshshiemebet Girma (was the second person (and first woman) charged under the Terrorism Act over the 21 July 2005 London bombings, along with her sister Muluemebet Girma. She is married to Hamdi Adus Isaac who was found guilty of having placed[...]

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Muluemebet Girma

Muluemebet (Mulu) Girma was the third person (and second woman) charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 over the 21 July 2005 London bombings, along with her sister Yeshshiembet Girma. She was charged with "failing to disclose information that could have helped[...]

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Safiyya Shaikh

Safiyya Shaikh, born Michelle Ramsden Hayes, is a British woman supporting the Islamic State terrorist organisation. Shaikh admitted she planned to blow herself up in an attack on St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Shaikh also went on trips to gather information[...]

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Awat Hamasalih

Awat Hamasalih is an Islamic State secret agent has been jailed for six years after using the United Kingdom as a base to tip off military commanders, raise money and recruit new fighters. Also he was found guilty of the unusual[...]

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Amang Hamasalih

Aman Hamasalih wanted to send SD cards to his brother Awat in jail, concealed within two children’s books and a Harry Potter novel. The package was intercepted by prison staff who handed it over to counter terrorism detectives for examination. The[...]

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Aftab Khan

Aftab Khan, of Dorset Road, Radford, was arrested in July last year in a pre-planned operation and has today been charged by West Midlands Police. He has been charged with five counts of disseminating terrorism material and one count of possessing[...]

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