UK police recently sent a strong message to terrorist-sympathizers who prefer to spread their radical Islamic propaganda online.
Late last year, Khan posted an article on her Facebook feed titled, “Raising Mujahid Children,” and with that article she attached a picture of an explosive-rigged vest along with a disturbing message for her fellow radical Muslim mom’s group: “sisters, if you love your sons, husbands and brothers, prove it by sending them to fight for Allah.”
On other online forums that cater to her type, she once posted a pro-terrorist message regarding her hopes and dreams regarding her son’s future.
“I pictured the future while I was zipping up his jacket, in sha Allah i’ll be tying the shahada bandana round his forehead and hand him his rifle and send him out to play the big boys game,” she wrote.
The shahada is a confession of faith in Islam and is often put on articles of clothing.
Prior to the Facebook posting incident, police had raided Khan’s home and found images of her 2-year-old son wearing a turban and sporting a toy assault rifle.
It’s probably safe to say it wasn’t a Halloween costume.
A judge had decided then that she probably intended to use the photo to assist in radicalizing others.
Khan had also been caught inciting terrorism in Syria, an Islamic State stronghold. She was busted when she gave an undercover police officer details on a secret route into the terrorist-friendly country.
Khan, for her recent attempt at inciting terrorism through Facebook, was handed a five-year prison sentence from a judge.
That should discourage others like her from spreading their radical views online.
Courtesy of Conservative Tribune