Three charged over Gibson Square attack

<p>Three men have been charged with conspiring to damage the home and office of a man due to publish a novel about the Prophet Muhammad, reports BBC Online.</p><p>Ali Beheshti, 40, Abrar Mirza, 22 and Abbas Taj, 30, will appear at Westminster Magistrates&#39; on Friday.</p><p>The three were charged with &quot;conspiring without lawful excuse to damage the premises... intending to destroy or damage property and with intent to endanger life&quot;. They were also charged with &quot;conspiring without lawful excuse to damage the premises... intending to destroy or damage property and being reckless as to whether the life of another would thereby be endangered.&quot; </p><p>Beheshti was also charged with possessing a weapon &quot;designed or adapted for the discharge of a noxious liquid or gas&quot;. </p><p>&nbsp;</p>