British pharmacist showed the children a video cutting off the head and lured.

Nottingham County court in the UK was found guilty of “terrorist propaganda” 38-year-old pharmacist named Zamir Humra. About it reports The Independent.

In particular, the court found that during a conversation with two children of primary school age Ghumra revealed to them that members of the radical group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia) are not “bad people”.

He also demanded that boys not be friends with peers with non-Muslims, invite them to join the ranks of the militants or to help to attract new supporters.

At least one of the wards, the pharmacist showed a video with scenes of decapitation of people.

Speaking in court, the Prosecutor thanked the children for what they are not afraid to testify against the defendant.

28 June it was reported that while in Germany, Spain and the UK security services detained six recruiters IG. They hold weekly meetings with young Muslims and tried to persuade them to go to Syria and Iraq as fighters. Most actively this work was carried out in the Spanish city of Palma de Mallorca, where the collection of cells came dozens of people.