Sospetto di terrore, 19, 'shared Isis training videos on Instagram'

Sospetto di terrore, 19, appears in court accused of sharing extremist material on Instagram including ‘Isis training’ video

  • Elias Djelloul, 19, from east London, allegedly posted ‘Isis trainingvideos online
  • He appeared at court in Westminster accused of sharing extremist material
  • The teen ‘posted six videos on Instagram this yearand was arrested last Friday
  • A teenage terror suspect appeared in court accused of sharing extremist material on Instagram includingIside formazione’ video.

    Elias Djelloul, 19, from east Londra, allegedly posted six different videos, including one featuring ‘Isis training’, between July 24 e settembre 7 quest'anno.

    Mr Djelloul also published films entitled ‘Shaheed on the Battlefield’ and ‘Jihad in Siria', Magistrati di Westminster’ Court heard.

    È stato arrestato last Friday by officers from the Met Police’s Counter Terrorism Command.

    Elias Djelloul, 19, from east London appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court today accused of sharing extremist material including 'Isis training' videos

    Elias Djelloul, 19, from east London appeared at Westminster MagistratesCourt today accused of sharing extremist material including ‘Isis training’ video

    District Judge Paul Goldspring remanded the teenager in custody ahead of a plea and trial preparation hearing on December 17.

    Mr Djelloul faces six counts of dissemination of terrorist material, under Section Two of the Terrorism Act 2006.

    In a statement on Friday, Met Commander Richard Smith urged the public to be the force’s ‘extra eyes and ears’.

    The teenager was charged under the Terror Act with six counts of sharing extremist material after Met raided an address in east London on Friday

    The teenager was charged under the Terror Act with six counts of sharing extremist material after Met raided an address in east London on Friday

    In a statement on Friday, Met Commander Richard Smith (nella foto) urged the public to be the force's 'extra eyes and ears'

    In a statement on Friday, Met Commander Richard Smith (nella foto) urged the public to be the force’s ‘extra eyes and ears

    ‘Every day, teams within the Met and across counter terrorism policing nationally carry out proactive investigations to identify and target those we suspect of being involved in terrorism,’ Egli ha detto.

    ‘We require the public to be our extra eyes and ears and I would encourage anyone who has information that could assist counter terrorism police to call us in confidence and share information.

    ‘Your call won’t ruin lives, but could well save them.








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