Scottish Muslim 21-year-old student convicted of terrorist offenses

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September 17, 2007 13:53

 
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A Muslim student who once threatened to become a suicide bomber was convicted Monday of a series of terrorist offenses. A jury found Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, of Alva, Scotland, guilty of four counts involving possession and distribution of terrorist material via websites and providing instructional material about guns and explosives over the Internet. As a student at Glasgow Metropolitan College, Siddique threatened to become a suicide bomber and blow up Glasgow, and showed images of suicide bombings and beheadings, prosecutors said.


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