Top terror recruiter found guilty

Eight men have been convicted for their involvement in terrorism training camps in the UK – including those attended by the men responsible for the failed suicide bombings of 21 July 2005. The prosecution began after police and MI5 launched a major covert operation, including placing an undercover officer at the heart of the group they were investigating. But what were the camps, and where did they take place? Mohammed Hamid rganized camps around the country. He said these were bonding sessions to bring together Muslim men who felt vulnerable after 9/11. But police say he was trying to recruit and train young men for violent jihad. In May 2004 police officers took pictures of a large camp at Baysbrown Farm in the Lake District. The pictures included the four men who would later be responsible for the failed bomb attacks of 21 July 2005.