Four men entered a plea of not guilty to a British court on Wednesday in connection to their involvement in a car convoy that went through a Jewish neighborhood in London with the drivers and passengers shouting anti-Semitic abuse.
Mohammed Iftikhar Hanif, 27; Jawaad Hussain, 24; Asif Ali, 25; and Adil Mota, 26, pleaded not guilty to their charges before the Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
The four are facing charges of using threatening, abusive or insulting words, or behavior with intent likely to stir up racial hatred at a crown court jury.
If found guilty of their crimes, the four could face three years in prison.
The four were earlier indicted for taking part in a car convoy that drove through north London on May 16. In cars draped in Palestinian flags, they screamed curses and violent threats against Jews.