Second man charged in London terror probe

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image captionThe man was charged under the Terrorism Act

A 30-year-old man has been charged with terror offences after being arrested on Wednesday in east London, Scotland Yard has said.

Shah Jalal Hussain faces two charges connected to the alleged dissemination of terrorist publications.

Mr Hussain will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Thursday morning.

He is linked to an inquiry into Ibrahim Abdullah-Hassan, also known as Abu Nusaybah, who was charged last week with terror offences.

Mr Hussain is accused of allowing others to access the video of a lecture given by Khalid al-Husainan, and a text called Reality of the Rulers written by Abu Zubair Adil al-Adab, with the intended effect being the direct or indirect encouragement or inducement to the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.

He was charged under the Terrorism Act 2006.

Mr Abdullah-Hassan, also 30 and from east London, was arrested on 24 May and has been charged with three terror offences, which he denies, relating to videos of lectures and written material.

He was remanded in custody at Westminster Magistrates' Court and will appear at the Old Bailey on 28 June.

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