UK: Muslim Students And Schoolboy - Terrorist Wannabes - Are Jailed

July 27, 2007

RajaNews from the Washington Post, Telegraph, BBC, ICWales, Independent, ITV News, International Herald Tribune, Guardian and Times.

Four students and one schoolboy have been jailed at the Old Bailey, London, for possessing extremist Islamist material on the hard drives of their computers, in contravention of the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2000.

The youngest of the five had been eighteen and a schoolboy at the time of his arrest. Now aged 19, Mohammed Irfan Raja (left) lived in London. Aged 17, he had run away from his parents to join four students from Bradford University in Yorkshire, leaving his family a farewell message.