A student with a doctorate in mechanical engineering has been convicted of a terrorist offence after a so-called kamikaze drone intended for Islamist terrorists was found in his bedroom.

Mohamad Al-Bared, 26, was found guilty of engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorism by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday.

When his trial began last month, prosecutor Michelle Heeley, KC told the jury when Mr. Al-Bared’s home in Coventry was raided the police found evidence suggesting he was designing and building the unmanned aerial device in his bedroom.

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