Remember Habibah Jaghoori, the University of Adelaide student and student magazine editor who called for “Death to Israel” through “merciless terrorism” and was subsequently sacked as editor? The last time I wrote about her was in February, when she honored the murderer of three young Jews waiting at a bus-stop, including a 6-year-old and an 8-year-old.
She is back in the news now, facing extremism charges over her social media posts.
Former Adelaide University student magazine editor Habibah Jaghoori has faced court on extremism charges over her pro-Palestine social media posts.
Ms Jaghoori, 26, of Cowandilla, appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday flanked by a large contingent of supporters.
SA Police allege Ms Jaghoori produced and distributed extremist material from her home between October 7 and 9 this year.
They allege the posts, which contained references to Palestine and Zionists, went beyond political speech and into the realm of threatening comments.
On Friday, counsel for Ms Jaghoori said they had just received statements from prosecutors and asked for time to seek instructions from their client.
Magistrate Brian Nitschke remanded Ms Jaghoori on continuing bail to face court again in February.
I am not sure which specific posts of hers have landed in her in trouble with the law, but these vile, terror-supporting tweets from October 7-9 still appear in her Twitter/X timeline:
She is also still tweeting up a storm, seemingly determined to land herself in hotter water.