Sheffield terror accused to face Old Bailey trial

A Sheffield woman has been charged with terrorism offences.
A Sheffield woman has been charged with terrorism offences.

A woman from Sheffield has appeared in court after being charged with terrorist offences.

Fatimah Peer-Mohamed, 22, is accused of disseminating terrorist publications.

The charges relate to activity and posts made online.

She pleaded not guilty to two charges when she appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London yesterday.

Her case will next be heard at the Old Bailey on October 7 and she was granted conditional bail until that date.

Peer-Mohammed was arrested on May 7, 2015, as part of an intelligence-led investigation by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU).