Husnain Rashid is on trial for six terrorism offences in Woolwich
An internet terrorist urged his followers to inject poison into supermarket ice-creams and attack Prince George at school, a court heard today.
Husnain Rashid, 31, provided advice on how a 'lone wolf' terrorist could carry out an attack with poison, chemicals, bombs and knives, prosecutors claim.
He was also in communication with a known ISIS fighter in Syria and ran his own internet channel, Woolwich Crown Court heard.
Jurors heard how the defendant believed the only alternative to fighting in Jihad in the Middle East was to attack western countries.
Annabel Darlow, prosecuting, said: 'Husnain Rashid, between October 2016 and his arrest in November 2017, utilised a number of online channels and chat groups to post an immense volume of terrorist-related material.
'The overarching aim of his activities was to provide a wealth of online material - an 'e' tool-kit for terrorism, for those preparing to commit acts of terror and to offer as much assistance, encouragement and support as he was able.
Prosecutors told the court Rashid encouraged followers to attack Prince George, pictured with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
She added: 'His proposals were indiscriminate and made no distinction between adult and child, between members of fighting forces and civilians.
'His suggestions included injecting poison into supermarket ice creams and targeting Prince George at his first school.
'He provided an