‘Terror camp plot’ trial begins

{Five men have gone on trial accused of their part in a plot to create terrorist training camps in the UK.} Among the five, who deny the charges, is Mohammed Hamid, accused of inciting young Muslims to commit acts of terror. Prosecutors at Woolwich Crown Court said Mr Hamid, 50, from east London, set up camps attended by 21/7 plotters. The five are said to be linked to Atilla Ahmet, 43, of south-east London, who, it was revealed, pleaded guilty to soliciting murder in a separate case…

Man admits encouraging terror attacks

A man today admitted soliciting murder in connection with an alleged plot to organise terrorist training camps across the UK. Atilla Ahmet, 42, from south-east London, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to three counts of encouraging others to commit murder. Five men linked to Ahmet went on trial today at Woolwich crown court for a number of terrorist offences. One of the men, Mohammed Hamid, is accused of organising camps attended by the July 21 bombers, the court heard. The prosecution claim Mr Hamid was involved in the radicalisation of Muslim youths for two years from 2004. David Farrell, prosecuting, said Mr Hamid was arrested at a stall in Oxford Street, central London, in October 2004.