The verdict against the Mauritian couple, based in London, will be pronounced on November 22.
Mohammed Iqbal and Nazimabee Golamaully learned that “a prison sentence is inevitable” on Thursday (November 17th) . That is what the Old Bailey Court has made them understand. They risk up to five years in prison.
Mohammed Iqbal and Nazimabee Golamaully have confessed to having transferred money for their nephew Zafiirr, to join the ranks of the Islamic state in Syria. This former student of an elite college is originally from Vacoas in Mauritius.
Pursued before the Old Bailey Court in London, under Article 15 (3) of the Terrorism Act of 2000, the Mauritian couple pleaded guilty.
Aged 48 and 46, Mohammed Iqbal and Nazimabee Golamaully were arrested by the police after transferring, via Western Union, £ 219, or about Rs 11,826, to the account of a named Mohamed Alhmidan, considered a man of the Islamic State based in Turkey.
The money was destined for Zafiir Golamaully.