A man who shared 48 "extreme" terrorist videos and other material has been jailed.
The 45-year-old was arrested on September 7 last year at his home in Hampstead Road, Camden, when officers became aware that he'd posted extremist material on the social networking site.
Officers seized his phone, computer and media devices, analysed them and proved he'd shared extreme content over Facebook.
Following a trial at Woolwich Crown Court, he was found guilty of two counts of dissemination of terrorist material contrary to section 2 of the Terrorism Act, on August 14.
Bira was found not guilty of the third count; using WhatsApp to share terrorist material.
A year to the day since his arrest - Thursday September 7 - Bira was sentenced to one year behind bars.
Detective Chief Superintendent Clarke Jarrett, from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, said: "The distribution of terrorist material on social media is a serious offence.
"Such material supports terrorism and is often intended to influence and radicalise others.
"I would urge the public to report any extremist or terrorist material online."
To report terrorist material, head to www.gov.uk/report-terrorism .
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