Former publican in court accused of sending Covid loans cash to Isis

Tarek Namouz to be tried on charges including sending thousands of pounds to terror group in Syria

A former pub landlord has appeared in court accused of sending thousands of pounds in coronavirus bounceback loans to fund the terrorist group Isis in Syria.

Tarek Namouz, a 42-year-old former pub landlord from London of no fixed address, faces eight charges of entering into a terror funding arrangement on dates between November 2020 and May 2021. He is also accused of two counts of possessing terrorist information relating to videos.

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