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Charges Muslim cleric Hamza faced
Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri was found guilty of 11 out of 15 charges, all of which he denied.

They were:

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith, in particular Jewish people. Guilty

  • Using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. On a day before May 27 2004 used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to stir up racial hatred, or in circumstance where racial hatred was likely to be stirred up thereby. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Not guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith, in particular Jewish people. Not guilty

  • Using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. On a day before May 27 2004 used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to stir up racial hatred, or in circumstance where racial hatred was likely to be stirred up thereby. Guilty

  • Soliciting to murder. On a day before May 27 2004 on an occasion other than Count 9, at a public meeting, did solicit or encourage persons unknown to murder another person or persons, namely a person or persons who did not believe in the Islamic faith, in particular Jewish people. Not guilty

  • Using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. On a day before May 27 2004 on an occasion other than Count 10, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to stir up racial hatred, or in circumstance where racial hatred was likely to be stirred up thereby. Not guilty

  • Using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. On a day before May 27 2004 used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to stir up racial hatred, or in circumstance where racial hatred was likely to be stirred up thereby. Guilty

  • Possession of threatening, abusive or insulting recordings of sound. On May 27 2004 had in his possession recordings, namely audio and video tapes which were threatening, abusive or insulting with a view to its being distributed, shown or played, whether by himself or another, with intent to stir up racial hatred, or in circumstances where racial hatred was likely to be stirred up thereby. Guilty

  • Possession of a document or record containing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. On May 27 2004 had in his possession a document, namely the Encyclopaedia of the Afghan Jihad which contained information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. Guilty





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