A perfume salesman who painted burqas on scantily clad women on advertising posters and stuck "gay-free zone" posters on London's Brick Lane was today jailed for 14 months for possessing terrorist literature...
The Telegraph calls this jihadist "extreme." Only in his piety, friends, only in his piety. "Queers for Palestine" were unavailable for comment.
Extremist behind 'gay-free zone' posters jailed for possessing al Qaeda literature (Telegraph) hat tip David
Mohammed Hasnath, 19, admitted four counts of having copies of al Qaeda's Inspire magazine on his computer memory stick.
He was also given a one-month concurrent sentence for breaching a conditional discharge imposed last year for six offences of criminal damage involving the posters.
Hasnath, of Poplar, east London, had also been dealt with by the court for sticking "gay-free zone" posters in Brick Lane.
Bearded Hasnath has been in custody for 206 days and is likely to be released in the next week, the Old Bailey heard.
Alexander Chalk, prosecuting, said Rahman was overheard talking through pipes to Hasnath in the next cell, telling him: "When you get released, stay squeaky clean and then you can carry on our work."
Hasnath was arrested riding a bicycle in East India Dock Road, near his home, and arrested under the Terrorism Act after posting material to a YouTube site cross-referenced to his non-alcoholic perfume sales site.
Hossein Zahir, defending, said Hasnath had since been moved to Woodhill prison where he had requested to take part in a de-radicalisation programme.