Third woman jailed on terrorism charges after a raid in Harlesden
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A woman who knew of her friend’s plans to carry out a terrorist attack in London, but failed to alert police, has been jailed for 28 months.
Khawla Barghouthi, 21, of Harlesden, had pleaded guilty to having information about acts of terrorism.
She was sentenced at the Old Bailey today to two years and four months’ imprisonment.
Rizlaine Boular, 22, and her mother, 44-year-old Mina Dich, were sentenced on Friday June 15 at the Old Bailey for their roles in planning terrorist attacks, which were thwarted last year by an investigation by counter-terrorism police and the security services.
Khawla was charged with terrorism offences and was convicted after she admitted knowing about Rizlaine and Mina’s plans and not alerting the police or authorities to them.
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They were all arrested after a raid on Harlesden Road in April last year.
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