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 Mohammed Abdul Hasnath, Arrested for possession of ...
Mark Gobell
Posted: Apr 26 2012, 12:46 PM

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21 October 2011 Last updated at 13:53

Mohammed Abdul Hasnath in court over terrorism charges

A man from east London has appeared in court charged with a number of terrorism-related offences.

Mohammed Abdul Hasnath, 19, of Blair Street, Poplar, was accused of offences under the Terrorism Act at a hearing at Marylebone Magistrates' Court.

Mr Hasnath faces six counts of possession of information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

He was remanded in custody until a hearing on 27 October.

Teenager admits terror charges over al-Qaida magazine found on computer

Inspire magazine on Mohammed Abdul Hasnath's computer contained material useful for terrorism, prosecutors say

    Press Association, Thursday 26 April 2012 11.46 BST
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Mohammed Abdul Hasnath appeared by videolink at the Old Bailey to admit the terror charges. Photograph: Chris Young/PA

A teenager is facing jail after admitting four terror charges at the Old Bailey.

Mohammed Abdul Hasnath, 19, pleaded guilty to four counts of having copies of the al-Qaida magazine Inspire on his computer.

The prosecution case was that the publications contained material likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

Alison Morgan, prosecuting, said: "It is clear that over a period of time, this defendant had a sustained interest in this type of material."

Hasnath, of Poplar, east London appeared by videolink and was remanded in custody to 11 May for sentence.

A further charge of disseminating terrorist literature was ordered to remain on file.

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