Dubai:  The recent sentencing of two British Muslims under anti-terrorism law will not be the last in a long series of court judgments and imprisonments of members of the Muslim community since 2001.
The long sentences of 10 and 12 years were handed down on Aabid Khan and his cousin Sultan Mohammad, both 23 years old and from Bradford in central England, after they were convicted of “possessing or making documents promoting terrorism”.

A third person, Hammaad Munshi, will be sentenced next month. He was just 16 when he was arrested on his way home from school and is already described as Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist.

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