Islamic extremist brothers Muhammed Saeed Ahmed, 21, and Muhammed Naeem Ahmed,20 from Bradford, West Yorkshire are the latest British born Muslim trainee terrorist to appear before the courts here in the UK. Muhammed and Muhammed were trying to emulate the worlds first Muslim terrorist who they were both named after. The false prophet of Islam Muhammed inventor of jihad and the cause of death for millions on innocent people.
Further proof if it was ever needed that the biggest terror threat to the UK is not from Muslims based abroad, but from those Muslims already here and living amongst us. Incited by the religious clerics and guest speakers that appear at Mosques up and down the country. Or beamed into the homes of Muslims to watch, on one of the many extremist Muslim TV stations available.
Bradford brothers admit charges of having terrorist material
10:00am Tuesday 26th November 2013 in News
Two Bradford brothers have admitted having terrorist material, including documents such as The Al Qaeda Manual and 44 Ways of Supporting Jihad.
Muhammed Saeed Ahmed, 21, and Muhammed Naeem Ahmed, 20, pleaded guilty to 11 counts between them of collecting or possessing information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism when they appeared at the Old Bailey today.
Muhammed Saeed Ahmed admitted ten of the charges and Muhammed Naeem Ahmed six of them.
The brothers, of Little Horton, but whose full address cannot be reported for legal reasons, deny a charge of conspiring together and with others to attend a place used for terrorist training.
They are due to face trial on that count tomorrow.
The pair were arrested in March last year in a raid at their home by officers in the North East Counter Terrorism Unit and initially charged with possession of terrorist material.
The extra charge relating to the terror training camp was laid against them earlier this year with the approval of the Attorney General Dominic Grieve after a Government agency consented to certain material being released.
The Crown’s case is that that the brothers were planning to imminently attend a training camp.
Judge Gerald Gordon extended the brother’s bail until tomorrow’s trial.
The case continues.