Nå kommer situasjonene der andre lands borgere blir arrestert på internasjonale flyplasser mistenkt for tilknytning til ISIS/jihad. Det kan utløse reaksjoner.

ISIS-mistanken legger en ny byrde på flyselskapene og sikkerhetstjenestene.

According to Scotland Yard, Bherlin Gildo, 36, who lives in Sweden, appeared at Westminster magistrates court on Friday following his arrest on Saturday at Heathrow airport.

Gildo, who was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on 27 October, faces three counts, including attending a place used for terrorist training between 31 August 2012 and 1 March 2013, contrary to the Terrorism Act 2006.

He is also charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 with receiving instruction or training in the use of firearms “wholly or partly for purposes connected with commission or preparation of acts of terrorism”.

The 36-year-old is also alleged to have made a record on a laptop at Heathrow of three electronic magazines called Ultimate Guide to USA Army Combat, 39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad, and 44 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad, as detailed in the charges before the court.

Gildo is understood to have been arrested by counter-terrorism officers while in transit en route from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Manila, in the Phillippines.