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 Aitzaz Zafar, Usman Ahmed Malik, Awaab Iqbal, & Mohammed Irfan Raja
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Two more charged under terror act

Two teenage students charged with terrorist offences have been remanded in custody after a brief appearance at Bow Street Magistrates' Court.

Aitzaz Zafar, 18 and Usman Malik, 19, both from Bradford, were charged under the Terrorism Act, Scotland Yard said.

The two men are accused of possessing a record of information likely to be useful to a terrorist.

The pair, who indicated they intended to plead not guilty, must appear back in court on 16 March.

On Thursday two 18-year-old students were remanded in custody at Bow Street Magistrates' Court on similar charges.
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They were due to go on trial last April, along with the two others referred to above. Where have they been since they were picked up?
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Four Remanded on Bail on Terrorism Act Charges
15/07/2006
Press Association


Four youths will stand trial in April accused of having information likely to be of use in terrorism, it was decided yesterday at the Old Bailey.

Aitzaz Zafar, 19, of Rochdale, Lancashire, Usman Ahmed Malik, 20, of Bradford, Awaab Iqbal, 19, of Bradford, and Mohammed Irfan Raja, 18, of Ilford, north-east London, were remanded on conditional bail.

They variously deny 12 charges under the Terrorism Act of possessing and making documents for use in terrorism. The charges relate to documents, CDs and computers containing items such a military guide to terrorism.

SOURCE: The Guardian
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Name:  Awaab Iqbal
Nationality:  British
Residence:  Britain
Marital Status:  Single
Date of Arrest:  02/03/2006
Location of Arrest:  Bradford, UK

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Awaab Iqbal, a 19 year old first-year Forensic Science student at Bradford University, was arrested after police raided his home on Thursday 2nd March. Usman Malik and Aitzaz Zafar were also arrested with him.
 
The raids came after an 18-year-old from East London voluntarily  attended a central London police station by appointment and was  arrested under the Terrorism Act 2000 on suspicion of the commission,  preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
 
Awaab has been charged under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act.
 
He is accused of possessing a record of information of a kind likely to  be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
 
Iqbal told the court he would be pleading not guilty to the charge.
 
His legal representative told the court that the allegations against his client had "absolutely no foundation".
 
A house-mate of Awaab Iqbal has told of his shock at hearing of his fellow student's arrest.
 
Speaking at his home in Grove Terrace, Mahmood Aqeel, 20, expressed  disbelief at the news that 19-year-old Iqbal had been charged under the Terrorism Act.
 
Mr Aqeel, a second-year Science student at Bradford University, said he had been away for the weekend and had not seen Iqbal since last Thursday - the day of his arrest by officers in the Metropolitan Police Anti-Terrorist branch.
 
He said: "We have been here since September. He is a really nice guy.
 
"He would always say `Good morning' or `Good-night' if he saw you, and he would always ask if you wanted tea or wanted to go out to eat - just normal stuff.
 
"He is a devout Muslim and always goes to Friday prayers.
 
"He was involved in fundraising for the Pakistani earthquake and is always raising money for homeless people in the UK."
 
Awaab and the others variously deny 12 charges under the Terrorism Act of possessing and making documents for use in terrorism. The charges  relate to documents, CDs and computers containing items such a military  guide to terrorism.
 
They will stand trial in April
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Name:  Usman Ahmed Malik
Nationality:  British
Residence:  Britain
Marital Status:  Single
Date of Arrest:  02/03/2006
Location of Arrest:  Bradford, UK

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20 year old Usman Malik and his two friends Aitzaz and Iqbal were arrested and  taken to London after a raid at a rented house they shared in Grove Terrace, Bradford, near to the university buildings, on Thursday, March 2, by Metropolitan Police anti-terrorism officers.
 
Usman Malik, Aitzaz, and Awaab have all been charged with possessing a record  of information likely to be useful to a person involved in terrorism.
 
Malik, of Laisteridge Lane, Bradford denied two counts of possessing a  document likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act  of terrorism.
 
And he further denied two counts of possessing  an article in circumstances that raise reasonable suspicion that your possession is for the purpose of commissioning, preparation or  instigation of an act of terrorism.
 
He will stand trial in April.
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Name:  Mohammed Irfan Raja
Nationality:  British
Residence:  Britain
Marital Status:  Single
Date of Arrest:  02/03/2006
Location of Arrest:  London, UK

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18-year-old Irfan Raja, from East London voluntarily attended a central  London police station by appointment and was arrested under the  Terrorism Act 2000 on suspicion of the commission, preparation or  instigation of acts of terrorism.
 
He is accused of making a record of information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
 
Following a lengthy application for bail, District Judge Workman told Raja, of Ilford, Essex, that the boy was being granted bail.
 
The prosecution's immediate appeal against the decision was dismissed when Raja's family offered a large surety.
 
The bail conditions given by District Judge Workman included surety of 25,000.
 
Raja must also wear an electronic tag and be required to live and sleep  each night at his home address in Holcombe Road, Ilford.
 
He must observe a curfew between the hours of 5pm and 8am and to report  daily to Ilford Police Station between 4pm and 5pm and surrender his passport.
 
The charge against him relates to information that he allegedly collated and downloaded using a computer on to three discs.
 
Raja denies collecting or making a record of information likely to be  useful to a person committing an act of terrorism and possessing  articles that raise suspicion for the purpose of acts of terrorism.
 
He will stand trial in April
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Name:  Aitzaz Zafar
Nationality:  British
Residence:  Britain
Marital Status:  Single
Date of Arrest:  02/03/2006
Location of Arrest:  Bradford, UK

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Background:
19 year old Aitzaz Zafar and his two friends Malik and Iqbal were arrested and taken to London after a raid at a rented house they shared in Grove Terrace, Bradford, near to the university buildings, on Thursday, March 2 [2006], by Metropolitan Police anti-terrorism officers.
 
Aitzaz, Usman, and Awaab have all been charged with possessing a record of information likely to be useful to a person involved in terrorism.
 
Zafar, of Bishop Street, Rochdale, denied possessing information of a  kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of  terrorism, possessing a document likely to be useful to a person  committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
 
He denied two further counts of possessing an article in circumstances that raise  reasonable suspicion that your possession is for the purpose of commissioning, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism.
 
He will stand trial in April.


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At number 7 in the 2001 awards ceremony at www.szabist-isb.edu.pk:
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Prize Distribution Ceremony

Merit Scholarships for Fall 2001 were awarded to
1st position holder of every class by SZABIST. In
two different formally organized ceremonies in
February 2002, by SZABCOMS and SZABExecutive.

Merit Prizes for the 2nd and 3rd position holders of every
class were also awarded in these ceremonies followed
by high tea served to the guests. A heavy participation
was observed on the occasions. The Director, MS
Coordinator and CS Coordinator graced the occasion.
SZABIST staff members also participated in the events.
Following Students were awarded the scholarship:

1. Muhammad Akram (BCS-I)
2. M. Zishan Sarfaraz (BCS-I)
3. M. Haris Sufian Iqbal (BCS-III)
4. Adeel-ur-Rehman (MCS I D)
5. Qaisar Iqbal (MCS I D)
6. Syed Hassan Raza (MCS I D)
7. Usman Ahmed Malik (MCS I D)
8. Moin-ud-Din (MCS I E)
9. Tariq Mehmood (MCS I E)
10. Masood Saeed (MCS III)
11. Zeeshan Anwar (MCS III)
12. Natasha Farooq (BBA II)
13. Nazish Liaqat (MBA IT II)
14. Zeshan Zia (MBA IT II)
15. Fazeelat Aslam (MBA III)
16. Parween Aslam (MBA III)
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Four youths to stand trial on terrorism charges
Publisher:  Ian Morgan
Published: 14/07/2006 - 15:55:25 PM


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The Old Bailey

Four youths will stand trial accused of having information likely to be of use in terrorism, it was decided today at the Old Bailey.

Students Aitzaz Zafar, 19, of Bishop Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, Usman Ahmed Malik, 20, of Laisteridge Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, Awaab Iqbal, 19, of Grove Terrace, Bradford, and schoolboy Mohammed Irfan Raja, 18, of Holcombe Road, Ilford, Essex, were remanded on conditional bail.

They variously deny 12 charges under the Terrorism Act of possessing and making documents for use in terrorism.

The charges relate to documents, CDs and computers containing items such as photographs of the 9/11 bombers and a military guide to terrorism.

Copyright Press Association 2006
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18-year-old remanded on terror charges
Thursday, 9th March 2006, 11:30


A teenager accused of terrorism charges was remanded in custody after making a brief appearance at Bow Street Magistrates Court this morning.

Mohammed Irfan Raja, 18, from Ilford, is accused of collecting and downloading information from the internet which would then be used to for [sic] terrorist activity abroad.

Deborah Walsh, prosecuting, told the court that Raja was allegedly in contact through the internet with a 16 year old US man who urged him "to commit Jihad".

Raja, who was arrested at a central London police station on February 27, is charged under the Terrorism 2000 Act that between December 31 2005 and 24 February 2006 he "made a record of information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism."

The maximum sentence for the offences in [sic] 10 years.

Ms Walsh said: "The charges relate to information that was collected and also downloaded from his computer."

He was remanded in custody to reappear at the same court on March 16.

Another man, Awaab Iqbal, who is 19 today is expected to appear in court later today.
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Two of the four are forensic science students. One question might be: In the wake of 7/7 why might the police be rounding up forensic science students of Asian origin?
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Published: 29th June 2006
Four students deny terror charges


FOUR students - including one from Rochdale - accused of planning for terrorist acts abroad denied a string of charges at the Old Bailey.

Mohammed Irfan Raja, Aitzaz Zafar, both 18, with Awaab Iqbal and Usman Malik, both 19, variously pleaded not guilty to 12 charges under section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

Forensic science student Iqbal was arrested in March this year at a house in Grove Terrace, Bradford, by Special Branch and West Yorkshire detectives.

Sixth form schoolboy student Raja, from Ilford, Essex was arrested after he attended a London police station by appointment.

Iqbal and Malik, also a forensic student in Bradford, were subsequently arrested and charged.

The four all appeared in court via a video link.

Raja, of Holcombe Road, Ilford, denied collecting or making a record of information likely to be useful to a person committing an act of terrorism and possessing articles that raise suspicion for the purpose of acts of terrorism.

Zafar, of Bishop Street, Rochdale, denied possessing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, possessing a document likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

Her [sic] denied two further counts of possessing an article in circumstances that raise reasonable suspicion that your possession is for the purpose of commissioning, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism.

Malik, of Laisteridge Lane, Bradford denied two counts of possessing a document likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. And he further denied two counts of possessing an article in circumstances that raise reasonable suspicion that your possession is for the purpose of commissioning, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism.

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