A 21-year-old Scottish student has gone on trial on a series of terrorism charges.
Mr Siddique is on trial at the High Court in Glasgow
Mohammed Atif Siddique, from Alva, in Clackmannanshire, has been charged with five offences, which he denies.
Three charges have been brought under the Terrorism Act of 2000, one under the 2006 act and a breach of the peace.
They include possessing articles useful to a person preparing for an act of terrorism, such as instructions on bomb-making and guerrilla tactics.
He has also been accused of putting details on websites to encourage terrorism.
Mr Siddique was arrested in Alva on 13 April last year.
The first charge claims that between 1 March, 2003, and 13 April, 2006, he had articles "in circumstances which gave rise to a reasonable suspicion that they were connected with the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism".
He allegedly committed this offence at his Alva home, at Ibrox public library, Glasgow Metropolitan College and Glasgow Airport.
The second charge alleges that he collected material and recorded information which could have been used in terrorism.
The third charge relates to allegations that he committed a breach of the peace between 1 September, 2003, and 30 September, 2005.
Mr Siddique was charged after being arrested in Alva last year
Mr Siddique has been accused of showing students at Glasgow Metropolitan College images of suicide bombers and beheadings by terrorists.
He also allegedly threatened to become a suicide bomber and carry out acts of terrorism in Glasgow or elsewhere and claimed to be a member of al-Qaeda.
The fourth charge alleges that between 1 September, 2003, and 13 April, 2006, he provided instruction on using or making firearms and explosives on three internet websites he owned.
The fifth and final charge alleges that Mr Siddique distributed terrorist publications on the sites to encourage acts of terrorism on 13 April, 2006.
Mr Siddique is being defended by Donald Findlay QC, with Scotland's senior advocate depute, Brian McConnachie QC, leading the prosecution.
The trial, before Lord Carloway, continues.