Former postman Sajid Idris admits spreading terrorist propaganda

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A notorious extremist and friend of the killer of Lee Rigby has been spared jail because of a delay in charging him.

Sajid Idris, 36, a Royal Mail postal worker from Cardiff, used YouTube to promote the radical preacher Omar Bakri Muhammad, who was banned from Britain after leaving in the wake of the 7/7 bombings.

Searches - Home - Police - Receipts - Delivery

During searches of his home, police found receipts for special delivery items sent to Michael Adebolajo, the killer or Fusilier Lee Rigby, and MohiburRahman, later jailed for plotting a machete and pipe bomb attack.

One video was called 'Rules related to smiling' and featured an acid house-style smiley face, but actually told viewers not to smile at non-Muslims and told them martyrs died with smiles on their faces.

Support - Bakr - Al-Bagdahdi - Leader - ISIS

Another expressed his support forAbu Bakr al-Bagdahdi, the leader of ISIS, and said Bagdahdi would not be able to change the thoughts and ideas of people by intellectual debate but could 'take authority by force'and then enforce a way of life on people.

In another video called 'The Frontier of Islam', Bakri said: 'Whoever dies without having been a part of jihad and, or dawah, even if they had the intention to do so, will die the death of a hypocrite.'

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Mark Weekes, prosecuting, said: 'The intended effect of talks such as this is to inculcate into those who are devout Muslims a sense that using violence is not only permitted, it is justified and may even be expected.'

Idris, from Grangetown, Cardiff, pleaded guilty at Kingston Crown Court to four counts of distributing a terrorist publication.

Charges - Wife - Sadia - Malik - School

Charges against his wife, Sadia Malik, a primary school, special needs co-ordinator, accused of distributing links to a YouTube channel, were dropped, after Idris entered his plea.

The judge, Paul Dodgson, said the videos were a 'direct call to arms using religion as a basis to argue that...
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