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The boy said: 'He believes in a very, very, very extreme Islam.He believes if anyone's non-Muslim and they say anything bad about Islam you kill them.'And you can't make friends with any non-Muslim.''He was teaching us about knives.
Prosecutor Simon Davis told jurors: 'The behaviour at the heart of this case relates to the defendant showing a terrorist publication to one of the children.'We say what the defendant was doing, saying and telling the children to do, amounted to indoctrination, radicalisation, or whatever word you want to use, at an early age.''He showed them Islamic State training videos, that included how to behead somebody.'When asked by one child how anyone could do something so 'disgusting', Ghumra replied: 'If you truly believe in Allah, you can do it.'In March 2015 Ghumra started talking to a pharmacy customer about ISIS, saying 'they're not bad people - they're only defending themselves.'He told another person: 'If Islamic State is the truth, then I agree with the truth.'Mr Davis added: 'It was apparent the defendant had been brainwashing the children to the extent that anything non-Muslim was haram (forbidden).'The court heard that Ghumra had tweeted his followers: 'Hitler was on the right track. Ghumra, of Leicester, also tweeted that ISIS would take over Britain and Buckingham Palace could become a 'great mosque'.He now faces jail after he showed the two primary school children the horrific clip and told them to kill people who spoke out against Islam.Ghumra was today found guilty by the jury of eight men and four women at Nottingham Crown Court.He told the jury he had considered going to Syria to support Isis but had decided against it.Asked about a tweet he wrote in which he enquired about going to Syria to 'work/fight' he said he only wanted to work as a pharmacist but knew he might have to fight.He was teaching us to thrown knives and how to punch and kick.
He already knew somehow and he taught us.'We used to use butter knives.
He tweeted: 'The Muslim flag will fly over Downing Street and Buckingham Palace will make a great mosque.'He also tweeted how people will be happy to pay less tax once Britain becomes a part of the 'Islamic caliphate'.
Ghumra, was arrested on November 2, 2015, at Birmingham Airport as he tried to fly to Istanbul in Turkey.
The group was proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December, making being a National Action member a criminal offence punishable by up to 10 years in prison, but a former detective said police are left powerless to arrest neo-Nazis acting under new names.
The warning came after five alleged members of National Action – including four serving soldiers – were arrested this week on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism.
'Every time we started to stop liking him he used to buy us sweets or something to make us like him again.