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Andrew Ibrahim

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Other names  Isa Ibrahim
Occupation  Student

Name  Andrew Ibrahim
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Born  25 January 1989 (age 26) (1989-01-25) Bristol, England
Criminal penalty  Indeterminate prison sentence Minimum 10 years
Conviction(s)  Making explosives with intent Preparing terrorist acts Making an explosive substance

Education  City of Bristol College

Andrew Philip Michael Ibrahim (born 25 January 1989) is a British Muslim convert, also known as Isa Ibrahim after his conversion to Islam. Ibrahim was arrested by Bristol police on suspicion of terrorism, and on 17 July 2009 convicted of preparing terrorist acts.

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Early life

Ibrahim was born to a Coptic Egyptian father and an English mother, Vicky. He is the son of an NHS consultant pathologist.

Education

Ibrahim attended four schools: Colston's School and Queen Elizabeth's Hospital in Bristol, Downside School in Somerset, and Bristol Cathedral School. At the time of his arrest he was a student at City of Bristol College.

Arrest

Ibrahim was arrested after inquiries prompted by a tip-off from within the city's Muslim community.

After his arrest police evacuated residents in Comb Paddock, Westbury-on-Trym, a Bristol suburb, whilst soldiers from the Royal Logistics Corps carried out controlled explosions at his home/flat. The police also sealed off and searched nearby woodland.

Prosecution

On 30 April 2008 Ibrahim was charged with terrorist offences. They were: 1. possession of an explosive substance 2. intent to commit terrorism and 3. possession of articles for terrorist purposes.

He was accused of possessing the explosive substance hexamethylene triperoxide diamine, also known as HMTD, an organic chemical compound. He was also accused of possessing two home-made vests, ball bearings, air gun pellets, nails and screws, wired circuitry, batteries and electric bulb filaments.

On 30 April 2008 Ibrahim appeared at the City of Westminster Magistrates' Court. After a short hearing he was remanded in custody until 23 May. He was accused of having an explosive substance with intent and also charged with intending to commit a terrorist act by intending to construct and detonate an improvised explosive device.

On 17 July 2009 at Winchester Crown Court Ibrahim was given an indeterminate sentence, with a minimum of ten years in jail.

References

Andrew Ibrahim Wikipedia


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