- Jan 14, 2016
Lucky for this women she isn't white, or she'd be spending some time in prison.
A mother-of-five who encouraged terror attacks on the UK after joining a pro-ISIS Facebook group was spared jail after a judge said 'the sooner you get back to your children the better'.
Farhana Ahmed, 40, from north-west London, was a 'prolific' contributor to the Facebook group called 'Power Rangers'.
The closed section, which had 1,406 members, described itself as a 'pro-ISIS group, the purpose of it is to connect mawhideen brothers from different parts of the world and to help each other'.
Ahmed used the fake name Kay Adams to encourage terrorism on the social media site between September and November 2015.
Ahmed, who lives close to Wembley Stadium, made 19 separate Facebook posts which 'directly or indirectly encouraged terrorism both within the UK and abroad' and 'liked' other extremist posts.