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Gamal Fouda, the Imam of the Al Noor Mosque, attends the first day of the country’s first annual hui (gathering) on countering terrorism and violent extremism in Christchurch Town Hall on June 15, 2021. (Photo by Sanka VIDANAGAMA / AFP)

A 38-year-old British man was on Wednesday jailed for terrorism offences after sharing explosives manuals and extremist videos, including one apparently celebrating the New Zealand mosque massacres, on right-wing chat groups.

Michael Nugent of Surrey, southern England, ran a number of far-right chat groups on the Telegram app, using different identities to express his “hatred of ethnic minorities” and to share “terrorist-related documents with others”, according to police.

A judge at Kingston Crown Court in southwest London jailed him for three-and-a-half years.

“Nugent freely shared his abhorrent extremist views with others over a messaging app, and he passed on manuals detailing how to produce deadly weapons and explosive…

Source: Guardian Newspaper