“When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks…” (Qur’an 47:4)
Ghumra told the boys: “I want you to persuade others to join Isis if you’re going to stay in the UK.”
How many other young Muslims are there in the UK right now who have been told similar things, and have not been found out?
“Pharmacist ‘showed child beheading video and said Isis were not bad people,’” by Nicole Rojas, IB Times, September 26, 2017:
A Leicester man attempted to “indoctrinate” two boys by showing them beheading videos on his phone, a court heard. The man also told the school-age children that members of Isis were not “bad people”.
Zameer Ghumra, a 38-year-old pharmacist, allegedly taught the children how to “survive a bomb attack” and fight with knives, the BBC reported. He is accused of disseminating “terrorist propaganda” in the form of a graphic Twitter video on his mobile phone from January 2013 to September 2014.
Ghumra denies committing a terrorist offence, with the Nottingham Crown Court jury being told he said the boys were put up to make “a false allegation”.
Prosecutor Simon Davis told the court that Ghumra, who was allegedly setting up an Islamic religious school, tried to “radicalise” and “indoctrinate” the boys.
Ghumra allegedly told the boys they could not have non-Muslim friends.
“He showed them Islamic State training videos, that included how to behead somebody,” Davis told the jury.
According to the prosecutor, when one of the children asked him how anyone could do something so “disgusting,” Ghumra reportedly replied: “If you truly believe in Allah, you can do it.” Davis then claimed Ghumra told the boys: “I want you to persuade others to join Isis if you’re going to stay in the UK.”
Ghumra also defended members of the terrorist organisation, telling a pharmacy customer that Isis are “not bad people – they’re only defending themselves”…