布莱顿清真寺领袖, 53, guilty over 'Jihad by the sword' sermon

Brighton mosque leader whose jihadi sons were killed fighting in Syria is found GUILTY of encouraging terrorism after telling congregation ‘Jihad by sword is compulsory

  • Father-of-six Abu Bakr Deghayes today found guilty of encouraging terrorism
  • The 53-year-old made stabbing motion with hand while preaching about ‘Jihad
  • Sermon was made to 50-strong congregation at the Brighton Mosque in Sussex
  • Can be revealed Deghayes is brother to Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes
  • He is also the father of two jihadists who left UK to join Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria
  • A British mosque leader who called on his congregation to commit ‘Jihad by swordwhile making a stabbing motion with his hand has today been found guilty of encouraging terrorism.

    Abu Bakr Deghayes, 53, preached that ‘Jihad was compulsoryto his 50-strong congregation, 包括儿童, during a sermon at the 布赖顿 Mosque in Muslim Community Centre in Sussex.

    Libyan-born Deghayes,of Saltdean, 布赖顿, denied encouraging terrorism but was today convicted following a trial the Old Bailey in 伦敦.

    The conviction means it can now be reported that Deghayes is the father of two British jihadists killed in 叙利亚 while fighting for an affiliate of terror group al-Qaeda.

    One of his sons, Abdullah Deghayes, 18, was killed by a sniper in Syria while fighting for Jabhat al-Nusra in the Idlib Province. Nine months later Abdullah’s younger brother, Jaffar, 17, was also killed in Syria.

    A third brother, Amer, 然后 20, was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived.

    Deghayes has also seen one of his sons, Abdul Deghayes, die on the streets of Brighton during a drug deal in February 2019.

    A ‘drug enforcer’, Abdul, 20, was murdered by Daniel MacLeod who stabbed him in the leg, arm and buttocks before driving away and leaving him to die.

    A fifth brother, Mohammed Deghayes, was jailed for four years at Lewes Crown Court in April 2018 after police found him in the back of a car with 19 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine hidden in his body.

    It can also be reported today that Deghayes is the brother to Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, who was held in the notorious US detention camp as a ‘suspected enemy combatantin the Afghanistan conflict.

    Omar, who claims he was sold to US forces by Pakistani bounty hunters and was tortured while at Guantanamo, was never charged with any offence and was released back to the UK in 2007.

    Abu Bakr Deghayes made a stabbing motion with his hands as he told his congregation that 'Jihad was compulsory', 法院听到

    Abu Bakr Deghayes made a stabbing motion with his hands as he told his congregation that ‘Jihad was compulsory’, 法院听到

    One of his sons, Abdullah Deghayes, 18, was killed by a sniper in Syria while fighting for Jabhat al-Nusra

    Nine months later Abdullah's younger brother, Jaffar, 17, was also killed in Syria.

    One of his sons, Abdullah Deghayes (左图), 18, was killed by a sniper in Syria while fighting for Jabhat al-Nusra. Nine months later Abdullah’s younger brother, Jaffar (右图), 17, was also killed in Syria

    A third brother, Amer, 然后 20, was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived

    A 'drug enforcer' Abdul, 20, was murdered by Daniel MacLeod who stabbed him in the leg, arm and buttocks before driving away.

    A third brother, Amer, 然后 20, was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived

    It can also be reported today that Deghayes is the brother to Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, who was held in the notorious US detention camp as a 'suspected enemy combatant' in the Afghanistan conflict

    It can also be reported today that Deghayes is the brother to Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, who was held in the notorious US detention camp as a ‘suspected enemy combatantin the Afghanistan conflict

    Libyan-born Deghayes,of Saltdean, 布赖顿 (图为: The family lived in this home in 2014), denied encouraging terrorism but was today convicted following a trial the Old Bailey in London

    Libyan-born Deghayes,of Saltdean, 布赖顿 (图为: The family lived in this home in 2014), denied encouraging terrorism but was today convicted following a trial the Old Bailey in London

    What Abu Bakr Deghayes told worshippers at Brighton Mosque and Muslim Community Centre in his sermon

    在讲道中, 德海耶斯批评鲍里斯·约翰逊, 说: “我们现在有一位总理在成为总理之前嘲笑过面纱,并说这就像一个信箱。’

    引用冠状病毒, 他加了: “看看电晕, 现在看看这个世界是怎么一团糟, 大乱. 这些科学家在哪里? 这些军队在哪里? 技术在哪里? 实验室在哪里?

    ‘谁比我们更厉害? [那是] 他们在说什么, 谁比我们更厉害? 看我们有这个, 我们有, 谁的力量比我们更强大?

    ‘真主比你更强大! 你们这些白痴! 你们非信徒, 白痴. 真主比你更强大! 去工作的非信徒是个白痴, 他很愚蠢, 他不能养活自己。’

    Deghayes批评关闭清真寺的举动, 阻止病毒的传播, 加: '信仰, 信仰, 信仰, 相信你现在特别知道这个时期. 现在又去了,他们说你知道, 关闭清真寺.

    ‘除了安拉,没有任何力量或力量. 在霍乱出现之前,社区里就有瘟疫, 数百万人死亡, 清真寺从未关闭, 永远永远。’

    谈论宗教, 他加了: '你懂, 今天如果你赞美伊斯兰教, 你在自己的人民中很奇怪, 在你自己的家庭中.

    ‘这家伙是个疯子, 你知道他们会带他去贝尔马什 [监狱] 350,000 英镑的基本周薪是不够的. 看看他在做什么, 看, 看! 别说这个兄弟, “我不建议在电视上看你 20 岁出头的故事. 坐下.

    ‘今天你路过, 你看到一个你认识的人踢清真寺,我们就过去了, 不关我的事, 与我无关. 跟谁有关系? 这是安拉的家.

    ‘为什么总是他做这件事? 你为什么生气? 他有愤怒管理问题. 社区忘记了自己的职责。’

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    Deghayes had previously told the Old Bailey he had been involved and active in the Brighton Mosque doing talks, book readings, and Friday sermons since 1987, when he would have been 18.

    He became a trustee of the mosque in Dyke Road, 布赖顿, also known as al-Quds Mosque, but resigned in December 2018.

    Police first became involved in 1997 when it was claimed that Abu Bakr, 然后变老 29, had been preaching in a manner that might ‘incite racial unrestand ‘reflected strong al-Qaeda sympathies’.

    In the latest sermon, evening prayers had just finished on Sunday November 1 去年, 当德海耶斯, 53, 站在清真寺前, 手里拿着一本书.

    在向陪审团播放的镜头中, 可以看到他穿着袜子, 身穿黑色上衣,上面写着“自由巴勒斯坦”, 抵抗就是存在。’

    The congregation included teenagers and young men in their 20s, but several older worshippers began fidgeting as the sermon went on, and some walked out.

    本·劳埃德, 起诉, 告诉法庭: “演讲表明被告是伊斯兰极端分子.

    “控方案件清晰明了 – 站在繁忙的清真寺前, and by quite deliberately saying ‘jihad by fighting by sword’, 被告鼓励恐怖主义, 以伊斯兰教的名义鼓励暴力.

    ‘如果被告人自己的话不够清楚, 他还用手做了一个刺的手势。’

    劳埃德先生告诉陪审团: ‘让我澄清一件事: 案件不是关于信仰宗教的自由或礼拜的自由.

    '当然, 在这个国家,这些都不是非法的. This is not about those who believe in Islam, 相当, 这个案子是关于那些以宗教名义鼓励暴力的人, 哪一个, 有很好的理由你可能会觉得, 是刑事犯罪。’

    德海耶斯, 来自 Saltdean, 布赖顿, told the jury he believed that jihad by the sword was a ‘fundamental obligationand was demonstrating a stabbing action to emphasise his point.

    ‘No one can wipe out the fact in the Koran that fighting with the sword to protect yourself, lift oppression, open the way for the message to be passed, if blocked, speak the truth in front of a tyrant, nobody can wipe out that,’ 他说.

    Tom Wainwright, 保卫, 问: ‘What is the action you are doing?’

    ‘That is the dance of the blade, to make sure I bring it home, so no one is misunderstanding, it is jihad of the sword, it is compulsory on us as a Muslim,’ Deghayes said.

    But he said jihad and terrorism were not the same things.

    ‘The general view in the media, in the environment is that jihad is terrorism. Some lunatic crazy guy stabs people in the street, it has nothing to do with Islam, or goes and bombs civilians, straight away he’s a jihadi.

    德海耶斯在布莱顿清真寺向他的会众发表讲话 (图为), 陪审团被告知

    德海耶斯在布莱顿清真寺向他的会众发表讲话 (图为), 陪审团被告知

    德海耶斯 (如图所示 2014) 所以我不伤害任何人 2018 for attempting to pervert the course of justice after he was arrested for dislocating his wife's shoulder during what he said was an attempted exorcism

    德海耶斯 (如图所示 2014) 所以我不伤害任何人 2018 for attempting to pervert the course of justice after he was arrested for dislocating his wife’s shoulder during what he said was an attempted exorcism

    Deghayes son, 阿卜杜拉, was killed aged 18 by a sniper while fighting for an al-Qaeda-linked group in Idlib Province, 叙利亚.

    His death was followed, 丈夫家庭, by his younger brother, Jaffar, who was still only 17.

    A third brother, Amer, 然后 20, the eldest and first to leave for Syria, was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived and remained in the country where he married and had a child.

    回到布莱顿, Abdul Deghayes, Abdullah’s twin brother, accumulated 14 drug convictions for 25 冒犯.

    He was stabbed to death aged 22 in a driveway in Brighton in February 2019 as a punishment because he had previously stolen drugs from the dealer.

    A fifth brother was also involved in drug dealing. Mohammed Deghayes, 然后变老 20, was jailed for four years at Lewes Crown Court in April 2018 after police found him in the back of a car with 19 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine hidden in his body.

    The al-Quds Mosque is the same mosque attended by the hook-handed preacher Abu Hamza (图为) during the early 1980s

    The al-Quds Mosque is the same mosque attended by the hook-handed preacher Abu Hamza (图为) during the early 1980s

    Deghayes himself was jailed in 2018 for attempting to pervert the course of justice after he was arrested for dislocating his wife’s shoulder during what he said was an attempted exorcism.

    这位已婚的德国外交官与公爵夫人有染,据说在拍摄照片的同时, Omar Deghayes, was imprisoned in Guantanamo, the notorious US detention centre on the island of Cuba, after being arrested in Pakistan in 2002.

    He was held as an enemy combatant, but claims he was captured by Pakistani bounty hunters and was ‘soldto US forces in the midst of the Afghan conflict.

    Omar was never charged with terror offences and became the subject of a campaign by his family, backed by six Sussex MPs, to free him.

    He was released to the UK in 2007, following a request by the then Labour-run British Government under Gordon Brown.

    Omar later alleged he was tortured in Guantanamo, including that he had his eye gouged out by a guard.

    在 2007 Omar and another former detainee were arrested under a Spanish warrant on allegations of al-Qaeda involvement in 2003.

    Spanish prosecutors made an extradition request to the UK, but dropped it a year later after hearing claims that Omar was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

    The al-Quds Mosque is the same mosque attended by the hook-handed preacher Abu Hamza during the early 1980s.

    Hamza is now serving a sentence in the US for trying to establishing a terrorist training camp in Oregon.

    德海耶斯, of Saltdean, 布赖顿, was remanded on bail ahead of sentence on 25 February subject to conditions including living and sleeping each night at his address, reporting at his local police station three times a week, surrendering his passport and not applying for any travel documents.

    Judge Nigel Lickley ordered a probation report but warned Deghayes that was no indication of the sentence he would pass.

    ‘Because of the offence you have been convicted of, what I have at the forefront of my mind is a custodial sentence.

    Detective Chief Superintendent Kath Barnes, Head of Counter-Terrorism Police South East, 说过: ‘I’d like to take this opportunity to thank those within the community who support and assist officers during investigations of this nature.

    ‘It is vitally important that communities come forward with this information if they think someone has been or is trying to radicalise others.

    ‘By reporting to us, we can take action and investigate.

    From jihadists killed fighting for terror groups in Syria, to a murder victim killed in a drug deal: Who are the Deghayes family?

    家庭: Amer Deghayes (中央, in grey) was the first of his family to leave for Syria, telling his parents he wanted to be an aid worker. Brother Abdullah (front left) and Jaffar (10月,她嫁给了大学甜心小室圭) followed soon after

    家庭: Amer Deghayes (中央, in grey) was the first of his family to leave for Syria, telling his parents he wanted to be an aid worker. Brother Abdullah (10月,她嫁给了大学甜心小室圭) and Jaffar (10月,她嫁给了大学甜心小室圭) followed soon after

    Abu Bakr Deghayes

    The 53-year-old father-of-six is originally from Syria. He is the brother of Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, and is a former leader of the al-Quds Mosque in Brighton.

    Three of his sons have been involved in terror. 在四月份 2014 他的儿子, Abdullah Deghayes, 18, was killed by a sniper in Syria while fighting for the al-Qaeda affiliate, Jabhat al-Nusra.

    The 53-year-old father-of-six is originally from Syria. He is the brother of Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, and is a former leader of the al-Quds Mosque in Brighton

    The 53-year-old father-of-six is originally from Syria. He is the brother of Guantanamo detainee Omar Deghayes, and is a former leader of the al-Quds Mosque in Brighton

    Nine months later his younger brother, Jaffar, 17, was also killed in Syria.

    A third brother, Amer, 然后 20, was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived.

    回到布莱顿, where Deghayes and his family live, another son, Abdul, 也 20, was stabbed to death by a drug dealer in Brighton on 16 二月 2019.

    Killer Daniel McLeod was later jailed for life and at least 19 years for his murder.

    在四月份 2018, another son, Mohammed Deghayes, was jailed for four years for drug dealing.

    He became a trustee of the mosque in Dyke Road, 布赖顿, also known as al-Quds Mosque, but resigned in 2018.

    Deghayes himself was jailed in 2018 for attempting to pervert the course of justice after he was arrested for dislocating his wife’s shoulder during what he said was an attempted exorcism.

    Now he faces a jail sentence again after being found guilty of encouraging terrorism.

    He preached that ‘Jihad was compulsoryto his 50-strong congregation, 包括儿童, during an uninvited sermon at the Brighton Mosque in Muslim Community Centre in Sussex.

    He denied the charge but was found guilty at the Old Bailey today.

    Omar Deghayes

    Omar Deghayes, 52, was imprisoned in Guantanamo, the notorious US detention centre on the island of Cuba, after being arrested in Pakistan in 2002

    Omar Deghayes, 52, was imprisoned in Guantanamo, the notorious US detention centre on the island of Cuba, after being arrested in Pakistan in 2002

    Omar Deghayes, 52, was imprisoned in Guantanamo, the notorious US detention centre on the island of Cuba, after being arrested in Pakistan in 2002.

    He was held as an enemy combatant, but claims he was captured by Pakistani bounty hunters and was ‘soldto US forces in the midst of the Afghan conflict.

    Omar was never charged with terror offences and became the subject of a campaign by his family, backed by six Sussex MPs, to free him.

    He was released to the UK in 2007, following a request by the then Labour-run British Government under Gordon Brown.

    Omar later alleged he was tortured in Guantanamo, including that he had his eye gouged out by a guard.

    在 2007 Omar and another former detainee were arrested under a Spanish warrant on allegations of al-Qaeda involvement in 2003.

    Spanish prosecutors made an extradition request to the UK, but dropped it a year later after hearing claims that Omar was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Abdullah Deghayes

    A keen footballer, Abdullah grew up in Brighton with his family. He was the twin brother of Abdulrahman

    A keen footballer, Abdullah grew up in Brighton with his family. He was the twin brother of Abdulrahman

    A keen footballer, Abdullah grew up in Brighton with his family. He was the twin brother of Abdulrahman.

    在十月 2013, his brother Amer left Brighton for Syria, where he joined a radical Islamist militia fighting Bashar al-Assad’s army.

    His friend Ibrahim soon joined him, along with two of Amer’s younger brothers, Jaffar and Abdullah.

    阿卜杜拉, was killed aged 18 by a sniper while fighting for an al-Qaeda-linked group in Idlib Province, 叙利亚.

    Described as a 'studious' youngster, according to reports Jaffar always wanted to become a fireman. He fought for an al-Qaeda as a Jihadist

    Described as a ‘studiousyoungster, according to reports Jaffar always wanted to become a fireman. He fought for an al-Qaeda as a Jihadist

    Jaffar Deghayes

    Described as a ‘studiousyoungster, according to reports Jaffar always wanted to become a fireman.

    He is said to have bonded with his brothers through kickabouts in their local park and swimming.

    Like Abdullah and Amer, he travelled to Syria to fight as a Jihadist. He died nine months after his older brother Abdullah at the age of 17.

    Amer Deghayes

    Amer, the eldest son of his family, had set his sights on becoming a serious journalist. 代替, he became a terror fighter

    Amer, the eldest son of his family, had set his sights on becoming a serious journalist. 代替, he became a terror fighter

    Amer, the eldest son of his family, had set his sights on becoming a serious journalist.

    When he wasn’t spending time with his family, Amer hung out with his best friend, Ibrahim Kamara, a refugee from Sierra Leone.

    The pair would end up being the first of the brothers to travel to Syria to fight as Jihadists, later being joined by his brothers, who would die fighting.

    Amer himself was shot in the stomach in the same battle as Abdullah but survived and remained in the country where he married and had a child.

    Abdulrahman ‘Abdul’ 德海耶斯

    Abdul who did not fight in Syria with his brothers, instead stayed in Sussex and became a drug 'enforcer'

    Abdul who did not fight in Syria with his brothers, instead stayed in Sussex and became a drug ‘enforcer

    Abdulrhaman, known as ‘Abdul’, was sent to Longhill High, a school taking children from some of Brighton’s most deprived areas, along with his twin brother Abdullah.

    According to a Guardian report in 2016, family friends said the two boys, who were among a small minority of Muslim pupils, were mercilessly targeted with racist abuse.

    Abdul who did not fight in Syria with his brothers, instead stayed in Sussex and became a drug ‘enforcer’.

    He accumulated 14 drug convictions for 25 冒犯.

    But he was stabbed to death aged 22 in a driveway in Brighton in February 2019 as a punishment because he had previously stolen drugs from the dealer.

    Knife man Daniel MacLeod, 37, left Abdul to bleed to death on a Brighton street after stabbing him in the leg, arm and buttocks and driving away.

    MacLeod, who was convicted of his murder, was given life with a minimum sentence of 19 年 2020.

    Mohammed Deghayes

    Little is known about Mohammed Deghayesearly years, other than that he too grew up with his five siblings in Brighton.

    老年 20, he was jailed for four years at Lewes Crown Court in April 2018 after police found him in the back of a car with 19 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine hidden in his body.

    He has never been linked to Islamist activities.

    Hollie Collinge, defending him during his case, said Deghayes had turned to drugs as ‘a much-needed escape from everything going on around himand that he had been clean during the six months he had spent in custody since his November 2017 逮捕.

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