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Extremist behind 'gay-free zone' posters jailed for possessing al Qaeda literature
A perfume salesman who painted burqas on scantily clad women on advertising posters and stuck "gay-free zone" posters on London's Brick Lane was today jailed for 14 months for possessing terrorist literature.
Mohammed Hasnath, 19, admitted four counts of having copies of al Qaeda's Inspire magazine on his computer memory stick.
He was also given a one-month concurrent sentence for breaching a conditional discharge imposed last year for six offences of criminal damage involving the posters.
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