ISIS pharmacist breached profession’s fundamental tenets

A British pharmacist has been struck off the register following his conviction for dissemination of a terrorist publication Zameer Abdul Majid Ghumra was sentenced to six years’ imprisonment for showing an eight-year-old boy ISIS propaganda which included video footage of beheadings, with intent to radicalise the boy. Now, his registration as a pharmacist has been

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