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House of Mohammed Hamid

Where Mohammed Hamid lived

Hamid was convicted of three counts of soliciting to murder and three counts of providing training for terrorism. On 26th February 2008 Hamid was found guilty of ‘providing terrorist training’ and ‘soliciting murder’ and sentenced to an ‘indeterminate sentence for public protection’ with a tariff (minimum term) of seven years, after which he will only be released if the Parole Board declares he is sufficiently low risk to be freed.

A campaign to free him is here

was found guilty of training men in secret camps in the Lake District and New Forest to prepare them to fight abroad.


Among those to have passed through Hamid's camps were the four failed suicide bombers of 21 July 2005.


All four of the men responsible for the failed bombings were friends of Hamid.


See this YouTube video which shows this house at 3.47 briefly.

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Taken on October 5, 2011