Beheading video ‘was part of our courtship’


A factory worker accused of plotting a terror attack on the UK after meeting a chemist on a Muslim dating website told a court he sent her ISIS beheading videos as part of them ‘getting to know each other’. Munir Hassan Mohammed, 37, is said to have stockpiled chemicals for a homemade bomb after sharing extremist material on Whatsapp with 33 year-old divorced pharmacist Rowaida El-Hassan. The couple met on in the Spring of 2016 and by July that…

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