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A British police officer will be sentenced next month for sharing images of fighters in support of Hamas

Adil shared photos of Hamas fighters, after which two police officers complained to their department

Dawn Court Reporter + Dawn TV

London: In a British court, police officer Mohammad Adel admitted to sharing a WhatsApp message containing support for Hamas, for which he will be sentenced to prison on June 4.

On October 7, Hamas attacked Israel in which about 1500 Israelis were killed while 250 were taken hostage and brought to Gaza.

British police officer Muhammad Adel shared a message of support for Hamas on WhatsApp to more than 1,000 people saying, “Today is the time for the Palestinian people to rise, straighten their ranks, and establish an independent Palestinian state.”
Adil had also shared photos of Hamas fighters, on which two police officers complained to their department.

In Britain, Hamas has been banned as a terrorist organization, and supporting and promoting Hamas is a punishable offense.

The police had arrested Adel for violating the Terrorism Act and today in court Muhammad Adel admitted to supporting Hamas.

The judge addressed Muhammad Adil and said that you are a person of good character but this mistake is a cognizable offence. On June 4, you will be sentenced to several years in prison.

The court has currently released Mohammad Adil on bail but his fate will be decided on June 4 while he is also suspended from his job.

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