Snow falls on St Paul's Cathedral and the City of London on March 2, 2018. (AFP / Daniel SORABJI)
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A British supporter of Daesh (ISIS) was found guilty Friday of trying to recruit children he was teaching into an "army" of militants to help carry out a wave of attacks across London.Umar Haque, 25, showed the children beheading videos and other violent militant propaganda, forced them to re-enact deadly attacks on the British capital and made them role-play attacking police officers. Believed to have been self-radicalized online, Haque was inspired by an attack in March last year when Khalid Masood plowed a rented car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing four, before stabbing to death a police officer in the grounds of parliament.However, Haque's "ambitious", long-term plans were in an early stage, he said.Haque was found guilty at London's Old Bailey Court of a number of offences including preparing terrorist acts, having previously pleaded guilty to four charges.
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