ISIS supporter who encouraged attack on Prince George admits guilt

ISIS supporter who urged Prince George attacks pleads guilty to terrorism charges

A supporter of the Islamic State terror group who called for attacks on 4-year-old Prince George at his school has admitted in court to several terrorism charges, including encouraging followers to poison ice cream.

In a dramatic U-turn at Woolwich Crown Court, 32-year-old Husnain Rashid admitted he had carried out a string of terror offenses, including engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorist acts and encouraging terrorism. He had maintained his innocence since his arrest in November 2017.


Rashid wrote messages online encouraging militants to carry out attacks, including posting a picture of Prince George — son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and third in line to the throne — next to a superimposed silhouette of a jihadi fighter, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.

He also gave the full address of the young prince’s school in southwest London, which the boy began attending last September, and wrote: “even the royal family will not be left alone.”

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