Why isn’t this islamonazi behind bars?
Al-shabaab and carry: Muslim extremist jailed for raising £3,000 for ISIS-linked terror group now works as Sainsbury’s delivery driver
- Mohammed Shabir Ali jailed for raising money to train jihadis with AK-47s
- 29-year-old posed as charity collector to raise £3,000 ISIS-linked group
- The father-of-three was jailed and put on a terror watchlist for ten years
- But he is now free from jail and working as Sainsbury’s home delivery driver
Father-of-three Mohammed Shabir Ali, 29, of Tower Hamlets, East London, was jailed for raising £3,000 for al-Shabaab training camps
An extremist jailed for raising thousands of pounds to help an ISIS-linked terror group train jihadis with AK-47s now works as a Sainsbury’s delivery driver.
Father-of-three Mohammed Shabir Ali, 29, of Tower Hamlets, east London, was jailed for three years in 2012 after raising £3,000 for al-Shabaab training camps in Somalia.
He, along with his identical twin brother Shafiq Ali, posed as charity collectors to raise the money which they funnelled back to the al-Qaeda-affiliated group.
As a result of their crimes, Shabir was placed on a terror watchlist for 10 years and sent to Belmarsh prison.
However, since being freed from jail, he appears to have landed himself a job working as a home delivery driver for Sainsbury’s – dropping off online food orders to customers’ homes while unsupervised.
The move has outraged MPs and shoppers, who claim it is ‘scandalous’ he is working in a one-to-one customer role, which sees him take groceries inside homes.
One Sainsbury’s customer told The Sun: ‘He’s a convicted terrorist. How can Sainsbury’s let him do this?
‘He is entering people’s homes, sometimes vulnerable people of different faiths.’
Tory MP Andrew Rosindell added: ‘If someone has been convicted for funding terrorism the employer and more importantly the customers should be made aware.’