Saturday, 23 September 2017

Hate Preacher Who Encouraged Children As Young As 3 To 'Kill And Be Killed' For ISIS Faces Jail


A hate preacher who told children as young as three that martyrdom is the "supreme success" while encouraging support for ISIS at his charity-funded mosque is facing jail.

Iman Kamran Sabir Hussain, 40, asked Allah to "give the Islamic State the victory" during a sermon in Stoke-on-Trent during Ramadan .

His audiences included Asian men and young children aged between three and 15, according to an
undercover law enforcement officer named Qasim who recorded some of the meetings.

Toddlers could be heard babbling as Hussain talked about bullets, sword wounds and killing on one of the tapes.

He said: "What's the nature of life? That you are killed, that you kill and that you are killed. This is your part of the contract...to fight in the way of Allah, to kill and be killed.

"In return for this Allah will give you an everlasting life of pleasure."

Hussain also referred to an "eternal life of enjoyment" before claiming that martyrdom was "the supreme success".

Children's voices were also heard as Hussain referred to going before Allah on Judgement Day "with the bullet wounds and the sword wounds and you are raised in that situation with the blood still coming from your body".

Hussain was found guilty of six counts of encouraging terrorism and two counts of encouraging support of a proscribed organisation following an Old Bailey trial.

The court heard he was jailed for 14 months in 2008 for perverting the course of justice by intimidating jurors outside a trial he was due to give evidence in as a defence witness.

He stood in the dock wearing a skullcap as the jury announced their decision after nine hours and 44 minutes deliberation.

Hussain will be sentenced on September 28.


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