Six more charged by terror police
BBC News | September 13, 2006
Five men and one youth have been charged in connection with a police operation targeting an alleged network of terrorist recruiters.
A total of 10 people have now been charged following a raid on a Chinese restaurant in Borough, south London.
The six are due to appear before City of Westminster magistrates on Thursday.
Some of the charges relate to training people to use weapons for terrorism, incitement to murder and possessing material useful for terrorism.
The six charged are all from London.
* Muhammad Al-Figari, 42, of Tottenham, faces three charges, including attending a woodland area in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, between 2 and 4 June this year, where terrorism training was being held, and another charge of possessing material likely to be useful for terrorism.
* Atilla Ahmet, 42, of Lewisham, faces eight charges, including encouraging the murder of people not of the Muslim faith, and publishing a statement encouraging the public to commit acts of terrorism.
* Kadar Ahmed, 19, of Plaistow, faces three charges, including attending a woodland area in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, between 28 April and 1 May this year, where terrorism training was being held.
* Moussa Brown, 40, of Walthamstow, is charged with both providing and receiving training in the making or use of firearms.
* Saloum Joh, 21, of Putney, is charged with possessing a shotgun, in contravention of the Firearms Act.
* A 17-year-old youth from Camberwell, who cannot be named for legal reasons, faces four charges, including attending a woodland area in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, between 28 April and 1 May this year, where terrorism training was being held.
The overnight raids in London on 1 September led to 14 arrests, including 12 at The Bridge to China Town restaurant in Borough.
Two people have since been released and two remain in custody.
Four other men arrested at the restaurant appeared in Westminster Magistrates Court on Tuesday. They were remanded in custody.