The court was told Mr Benares had a number of different articles, stored on a number of different computer hard drives.
In total he is said to have possessed 53 editions of something called 'Inspire', described as an Al Qaeda magazine. One of the articles contained step-by-step instructions on constructing a home-made bomb, as well as guidelines on producing explosive materials and training with a Kalashnikov rifle.
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