By Paul Armstrong, CNN
February 25, 2011 -- Updated 1530 GMT (2330 HKT)
London, England (CNN) -- A student was jailed for five years in Britain Friday after being found guilty of posting extremist Islamic material, including footage of attacks on coalition troops in Afghanistan, on the Internet.
According to the Metropolitan Police Service's Counter Terrorism Command, Mohammed Gul, 23, from Hornchurch in east London, posted movies he had created -- as well existing extremist videos -- on video-sharing website YouTube over a period stretching from March 2008 to February 2009.
Using accounts named "marinetargetcorp," "marinetargetinc," "35marines," and "marinetargetboy," Gul uploaded video that included attacks on coalition forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, the making of and detonation of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), terrorist training camps and footage of the 9/11 attacks
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