A mother-of-two from Coventry appeared in court yesterday accused of providing weapons and military equipment to a terrorist group allegedly linked to al Qaida.
Frzana Khan, (41), from Anerly Way, is charged with two counts of conspiracy to provide money and other property to Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, a Kashmiri separatist group.
She appeared before Bow Street Magistrates' Court in central London along with Mohammed Ajmal Khan, (30), and Palvinder Singh, (29).
Both Khan, of Broad Street, Coventry, and Singh, of Freeman Street, Coventry, are also each charged with two counts of conspiracy to provide funds and other equipment to Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.
Mohammed Khan is also charged with directing part of the Kashmiri separatist group and with being a member of the group, a 'proscribed' organisation.
They spoke only to confirm their identities, dates of birth and addresses during the 20-minute hearing.
All three were remanded in custody to reappear before the Old Bailey on March 14.
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