A man arrested in Birmingham yesterday for Syria-related terrorism offences has been released on police bail.
The 21-year-old man was detained by officers from the West Midlands Counter terrorism unit yesterday morning (Tuesday 17 May) at an address in the Handsworth area.
The man, who was arrested on suspicion of preparing to travel to Syria to join Daesh, was bailed with strict conditions while enquiries continue to take place.
Two brothers have appeared in court accused of sending £10,000 to a terrorist fighter in Syria.
Mohammed Iqbal Hussain, 25, and Mohamed Suyaubur Rohaman, 32, both of Walsall, are charged with funding terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2000.
They allegedly transferred £10,000 to their brother Musadiqur Rohanan, who is believed to be engaged in terrorist activity in Raqqa, Syria, and his wife Zohura Siddeka.
Hussain also faces three other charges of funding terrorism.
Both defendants appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court, central London, in front of Deputy Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot.
Alisha Harris, defending, indicated the pair deny all the charges against them.
The brothers were arrested last Tuesday at their home in Castle Road in an intelligence-led investigation, West Midlands Police said.
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Two people have been arrested in Birmingham today on suspicion of terrorism offences relating to Syria.
They were detained at an address in Sparkbrook by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit around 7.30am this morning.
They are a 38-year-old man and 31-year-old woman who have been arrested on suspicion of preparation for Acts of Terrorism.
The arrests were pre-planned and intelligence-led and police have confirmed that there was no immediate threat to public safety.
A Birmingham man has been arrested under section 41 of the Terrorism Act concerning the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
The 27-year-old was arrested on Sunday afternoon following the discovery of suspicious items at his home on Naseby Road in Alum Rock, Birmingham. There was no immediate risk to the public.
Houses in the street were temporarily evacuated as a precautionary measure while experts from West Midlands Police, the fire service and army conducted safety checks on the items.
Birmingham police officers had been searching the address having arrested the man at around 1.40am on suspicion of going equipped and possession of an offensive weapon.
Detectives now have until Tuesday morning to question the man.
Anyone with information which may help should call police on 101or the national Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321.
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