“Bookseller Ahmed Faraz jailed over terror offences”
SNIPPET: “Ahmed Faraz had material including an al-Qaeda training manual, bomb-making instructions, and footage of murders - Briton Ken Bigley’s among them.”
SNIPPET: “Other material related more directly to al-Qaeda’s philosophy or its historic roots.”
SNIPPET: “The book, by Sayyid Qutb, is freely available and is studied widely. But police said the special edition of Milestones sold by Faraz was developed specifically to promote extremist ideology.
The edition of Lofty Mountain by Abduallah Azzam sold by Faraz contained endorsements by Osama Bin Laden, and was found to be in possession of Mohammed Sidique Khan, the ringleader in the 7 July bombings of 2005 in London.
Other charges related to military training videos, including bomb-making instructions.”
SNIPPET: “He added: “These books did glorify terrorism. They implied approving of such attacks as 9/11 or 7/7.””
I wonder how long it’ll be before possession of Paladin Press books here in the US brings similar action from the government?
Titles such as “Handbook of the American Underground”, or anything by Ragnar Benson, might bring you a visit from Aunt Janet.