Woman charged with encouraging terrorism on Twitter

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A woman has been charged with encouraging terrorism on Twitter, police have said.

Alaa Abdullah Esayed, 22, of Kennington, south London, will appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on December 10.

She has been charged with two offences under the Terrorism Act – encouraging terrorism, and the dissemination of terrorist publications and released on bail.

Police said one of the charges related to posts on Esayed’s Twitter account, along with photographs and video links.

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3 thoughts on “Woman charged with encouraging terrorism on Twitter”

  1. What did she actually post?

    I can’t find it ANYWHERE. Are we supposed to just trust the government like good little children? Because Mommy-knows-best?

    This is ridiculous, representative democracy my foot.

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