Twins appear in court to face terror charges
Twin brothers have appeared at the Old Bailey on terror charges.
Mohammed Shabir Ali and Mohammed Shafiq Ali, 24, face charges in connection with an inquiry into fundraising for terrorist activity in Somalia.
They are accused of assisting another person to commit or prepare terrorist acts, as well as possessing a document which could be of use in terrorist activity.
The offences are said to have occurred between August 2008 and June 2011.
The twins will appear at Southwark Crown Court on July 6 for a plea and case management hearing.
Their trial will take place in October.
The document they are alleged to have possessed, entitled 44 Ways to Support Jihad, was written by US-born Anwar Al Awlaki, who died last year in a drone strike after leading al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.