January 23, 2018
A terror suspect was allowed to post ISIS videos on Facebook after repeatedly persuading the website to re-enable his account, a court has heard.
Abdulrahman Alcharbati, 31, is accused of posted several propaganda videos, including those of executions and children being brainwashed to fight.
One clip encouraged attacks against Westerners and urged jihadists ‘wack them with a rock, cut his throat with a knife or crush him with a car’.
Newcastle Crown Court heard that the posts were taken down by Facebook administrators for breaching user guidelines.
However they were regularly reinstated after Alcharbati ‘persuaded Facebook to re-enable his account and carried on posting the same material’.
This article was posted: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 8:32 am