Convicted Hamas supporter told shop worker

Terrorist sympathiser Feras Al-Jayoosi followed the woman around One Below, in Swindon, Wilts., aggressively shouting “don’t ignore me” repeatedly.

She retreated into a staff-only storage room fearing for her safety – but the 36-year-old came in behind her. She told him: “Please leave me alone, I’m not on shift yet.”

He then shouted: “I’m going to take your head off, I’m going to cut your head off”, prosecutor Keith Ballinger said.

Al-Jayoosi was ushered out of the storage room by another staff member who rushed to the victim’s aid.

At Swindon Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (October 10), he pleaded guilty to a Section 4 Public Order Act offence.

In custody, he told officers that the shop worker had given him a dirty look and had been rude to him on a previous occasion.

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Stephen Collins, defending, said his client “accepts a lot of upset was caused” by his actions and confirmed that no bail application is being made due to Al-Jayoosi being recalled to prison.

He was previously convicted of terror offences after wearing T-shirts supporting Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Golders Green, London, which has a large Jewish population.

At Westminster Magistrates Court in December 2021 he was given a 16-week prison sentence suspended for two years.
The latest case was adjourned for a pre-sentence report.

Al-Jayoosi was remanded in custody. He is due to appear at the same court for sentencing on 9 November.

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