Terrorist who blamed an imaginary dog gets eight and a half years

An ISIS fanatic who claimed he was practicing dog commands after he was caught sharing a video of himself at Royal Festival Hall saying: ‘Attack, attack,’ has been jailed for more than eight years. Shehroz Iqbal, 28, told police he was planning to buy a German Shepherd when they found the homemade film after arresting him for a second terrorist offence in April. He travelled to the Hayward Gallery near Waterloo Bridge to record the clip, panning the city skyline…

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