Terror extremist jailed after Royal wedding threat

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Terror extremist jailed after Royal wedding threat
13th August 2014

An extremist who posted a video online warning of a terror attack on the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been jailed for 31 months.

Afsor Ali, of Bethnal Green, was found guilty of three counts of possessing terrorist material and being in possession of a stolen passport.

The 27-year-old promoted extremism under the alias of Asad Ullah and in one of his videos, he hailed the 9/11 terror attacks as an historic event.

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