Muslim Appears In Court Charged With Beheading Woman Aged 18 And Attacking 5 Others

The greatest leader Britain has ever had  Sir Winston Churchill, during his lifetime compared “Islam inside a man to a dog with rabies.” How right he was. It goes without saying that whenever there is some kind of  inhumane violent act taking place or being planned, there is almost always a bearded Muslim savage central to events. This beheading of an 18 year old female in Sheffield is no different. 

Man, 20, appears in court accused of beheading 18-year-old woman then attacking five people while he was being treated in hospital

  • Reema Ramzan suffered knife wounds, including her head being severed off
  • Aras Hussein appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court accused of murder
  • He is also charged with assaulting five people at a Sheffield hospital


PUBLISHED: 20:26, 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:27, 18 June 2013


The victim's family said: 'We are devastated as a family at the loss of Reema'The victim’s family said: ‘We are devastated as a family at the loss of Reema’

A 20-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a young woman who was beheaded in a knife attack.

Aras Hussein appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court today accused of murdering Reema Ramzan, 18.

Miss Ramzan, who was from the Darnall area of Sheffield, died on June 4 following an incident at a property on Herries Road, in the city.

Detectives said she suffered a severe knife attack resulting in fatal injuries, including the severing of her head.

Hussein, of Sheffield, is also charged with assaulting five people at Sheffield’s Northern General Hospital, where he was taken following his arrest by police.

He stood in the glass-fronted dock today flanked by two uniformed police officers.

Sporting full beard and short, dark hair, he wore a navy blue T-shirt and spoke only to confirm his personal details and that he understood the charge.

Hussein was remanded in custody following a 10 minute hearing and told he will appear again a Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday.

Miss Ramzan’s family issued a statement through police today.

It said: ‘Following the death of Reema, a loving and caring daughter and sister, we as a family would like to pass on our heartfelt thanks for all of the messages and support we have received from our extended family, friends, people in the community where we live and especially from the staff and students at Sheffield College.

‘These messages and support have given us strength and helped us to try to deal with the nightmare we have found ourselves in.

‘As a family, our thoughts now turn to being able to bury Reema and to let her finally rest in peace.’

Miss Ramzan died on June 4 following an incident at a property on Herries Road, in the cityMiss Ramzan died on June 4 following an incident at a property on Herries Road, in the city


Detectives said the 18-year-old suffered a severe knife attack resulting in fatal injuriesDetectives said the 18-year-old suffered a severe knife attack resulting in fatal injuries

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Darul Ihsaan Centre aka Jimmy’s Gym In Birmingham Is Terrorist Recruitment Hotspot

Its been reported that there is concern Darul Ihsaan centre in Birmingham, known locally as “Jimmy’s gym over radicalising influence on the Muslim’s who train there. This is after it emerged 2 different Muslim terrorist groups who were at advanced stages of planning an attack on innocent Brits used the Muslim only gym. 2 of the Islamic jihadists even worked at the gym. The Islamic chanting, beards only policy and the black flags of jihad on the gym walls should set alarm bells ringing on their own as to the gyms nature and the possibility of more sinister goings on that just pumping iron.

Apparently police sources say they are working with its management to reduce the risk of radicalization there. It would be an better idea if they closed the place down

The Daily Telegraphs sub heading below says the gym is used as a “recruiting ground for extremists”. Surely that is a bit of an understatement and should say “recruiting ground for terrorists at gym used by extremists”  If simply speaking out against Islam and peacefully protesting gets you branded an extremist.These men were 100% terrorists 

Fresh concerns over radicalising influence of gym used by Islamic terror group

A Birmingham gym fuelled fresh concerns it is being used as a recruiting ground for extremists after being associated with a second terror gang.

The letter: the EDL plot in writing and an attack on the Queen

(Top row lt-rt) Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Hasseen, Omar Khan. (Bottom row Lt-Rt) Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Saud and Zohaib Ahmed Photo: PA
By Tom Whitehead, Security Editor  3:06PM BST 06 Jun 2013

The Darul Ihsaan centre, known locally as “Jimmy’s gym”, was used by members of the Jihadist group that planned to attack the English Defence League.

Two of the gang, Mohammed Saud and Anzal Hussain, also worked there, and the six met in the building the night before the planned attack.

The same gym was used by at least four members of a separate terror cell which planned to attack the UK with eight suicide bombers.

Earlier this year those four admitted travelling to Pakistan for terror training and will be sentenced at a later date.

While the gym is not directly linked to either plot, police sources say they are working with its management to reduce the risk of radicalization there.

Fundamentalists seek out the gym because they play Islamic chanting rather than music, ban women and offer halal body-building supplements.

The Darul Ihsaan gym’s website, which does not even carry its address, says: “This centre was much needed in our local community, due to the disgraced state of the youth.

“They are losing their Islamic identity and moral foundations which is central to the teachings of Islam.

“It is our duty as Muslims to try to guide and support them and others from all walks of life back to the deen (way of life) of Islam.”

In its mission statement, it adds: “By the Grace of Allah we aim to provide a centre free of fitnah (trials and tests) which may enable the youth to come back to the correct way of behaviour and conduct, embodying that of a true Muslim.

“Through providing a very intimate one to one mentoring approach we hope that will (inshaa Allah) achieve our goal.

“We offer to educate the youth and let them know how far they have strayed away from Islam i.e. inappropriate attitude, swearing, wearing of earrings and chains, non-Islamic hair styles and dresscode.

“We encourage attendees to adopt the important, forgotten and ignored pillars of Islam especially the salah (prayer).”

However, a posting on an extremist website in 2011 claimed the gym was “full of wanabee mujahideen [holy warriors]” who committed “credit card and insurance fraud and other despicable acts.”

The gym, then known as Chic Physique and located on Foremans Road, was the site of the shooting of Azmat Yaqub in 2004, in a row over another man’s love affair at the Birmingham Central Mosque.

It has since moved to a two-storey warehouse off Baker Street, with a boxing and martial arts area on the ground floor and weights room and prayer area on the first floor.

Inside, the walls carry an inscription in Arabic and songs called Nasheeds were playing on the PA system.

EDL Were Right About Islam As 6 Muslim Extremists Admit They Planned Terror Attack At EDL Dewsbury Demo

Another day another bunch of bearded Islamic savages in court for plotting to kill and maim hundreds possibly thousands of British citizens . The wannabe jihadis like all the recent 1’s caught have been British based Muslims. It’s seriously time for the authorities to wake up to the fact that these so-called British Muslims neither consider themselves nor wish to be considered as British only as Muslims. Maybe with the exception of when being classed as British entitles you to free government welfare handouts. Apart from the 10 minutes once a fortnight when they are signing on at the job shop. They hate Britain, they hate the British people in fact they hate anything and everything in the World that is Kafir.

Can you see and hear all these moderate Muslims in Britain rushing to condemn their fellow Muslims actions. NO ME NEITHER SO WHAT DOES THAT SAY!!!!

Their intend targets were the English Defence League who were protesting in Dewsbury and only for their bad time keeping that prevented June 30th going down in history as a bad day for Britain as bloodthirsty Muslim extremists claim innocent lives on British soil. The EDL were intended targets for being staunch critics of Islam, The fact that brainwashed Muslim fanatics were committed to carrying out the attack just proves that the EDL were right all along with what they said about Islam. Correct that Islam is NOT ‘the religion of peace’. Correct that Islam is barbaric. Correct that Islam is a serious threat to all of our futures.

British based Muslim terrorists should be tried for treason and if guilty be given the death penalty instead of prison where they can radicalise others. I hate to say it,but its only a matter of time now before 1 lot of evil Islamists slip through the net and manage to carry out a terror attack killing innocent people.

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Muslim terrorists tried to blow up EDL rally in Dewsbury

SIX Islamic extremists have admitted planning a bloody attack on a far-right rally in West Yorkshire in a plot that failed only by chance despite one of them being under surveillance.

The six admitted preparing an act of terrorism between May 1 and July 4 last year when they appeared at London’s Woolwich Crown Court.

They had previously denied the charge but Jewel Uddin, 27, Omar Mohammed Khan, 31, Mohammed Hasseen, 24, Anzal Hussain, 24, Mohammed Saud, 22, and Zohaib Ahmed, 22, changed their pleas.

They will be sentenced on June 6 with Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, the Recorder of Greenwich, warning them: “This will attract significant custody. There is no doubt about that.”

The murderous plan targeting the English Defence League (EDL) fell apart because the gathering in Dewsbury, finished earlier than expected.

Police and security services had no intelligence about the planned attack on June 30 last year, although Uddin was under surveillance in relation to another terrorist plan.

Ahmed was also on bail for possession of terrorist documents at the time of the plot.

All of the men except Hasseen travelled to the rally armed with two shotguns, swords, knives, a nail bomb containing 458 pieces of shrapnel, and a partially assembled pipe bomb, ready to cause mass injuries and deaths.

The nail bomb was an 18-inch (46cm) long rocket which was stuffed with shrapnel and was to be powered by explosives taken from at least two large fireworks.

Police estimated there could have been up to 750 EDL marchers at the Dewsbury event, but also dozens of officers and innocent passers-by.

The fanatics’ plan failed by chance, because they arrived at 4pm when the rally had dispersed by 2pm.

The planned atrocity was only uncovered because a traffic officer stopped Uddin and Khan on the M1 as they travelled home to Birmingham.

Checks showed their Renault Laguna was uninsured, so the car was impounded.

Two days later staff at the pound near Sheffield looked at the contents of the Renault and found the gang’s arsenal.

There were also 10 copies of a hate-filled note addressed to the enemies of Islam, the Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron.

It said: “This is a message to the enemies of Allah and his messenger. This is a message to the kafir (non-believer) female devil and self-proclaimed Queen Elizabeth and her accursed jubilee, fooling a nation of blind sheep to your self-proclaimed royalty and majesty.”

The document addressed the EDL directly, saying: “To the EDL (English Drunkards League). O enemies of Allah! We have heard and seen you openly insulting the final Messenger of Allah… you should know that for every action there is a reaction.

“Today is a day of retaliation (especially) for your blasphemy of Allah and his Messenger Muhammad. We love death more than you love life. The penalty for blasphemy of Allah and his Messenger Muhammad is death.

“What we did today was a direct retaliation of your insulting of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and also in retaliation of your crusade against Islam/Muslims on a global scale. It is of the greatest honour for us to do what we did.”

CDs of speeches by hate preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, who was killed by an American drone in 2011, were also found.

Police and security services had Uddin under low-level surveillance in relation to another terrorist plot.

He was flagged up after his minor involvement with another group of terrorist plotters.

He was a bucket-shaker taking charity collections for the extremists, who planned to detonate up to eight rucksack bombs and possibly other devices on timers.

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were convicted in February of planning the attack, which could have been bigger than the July 7 atrocities.

Four other men, including Anzal Hussain’s brother Ishaaq, travelled to Pakistan for terror training as part of the plot, but were sent home when family members intervened.

Five days before the planned EDL rally attack, Uddin was seen with Khan going into a shop but officers did not follow them in to Home Choice in Sparkhill because contact would have been too close.

In fact they were going to buy the kitchen knives which were among the weapons that the gang planned to use.

All six extremists played five-a-side football together and went to the same gym at the Darul Ihsan Islamic centre, known as the Baker Street gym, where Saud and Hussain worked.

Police said they deliberately did not take their mobile phones with them on the day of the attack to try to avoid detection.

They had searched the internet for details of how much information detectives can glean from mobile phone data.

Marcus Beale, assistant chief constable with West Midlands Police and responsible for its Counter Terrorism Unit, said the six were extremely dangerous and could have maimed, killed and brought misery which would “have transmitted fear and anxieties to our communities”.

He said: “I am really pleased these six have pleaded guilty.

“They are clearly a radicalised group with extremely dangerous intent. Their intent was to recklessly cause mayhem and probably mass injuries.”

Mr Beale said of the terrorists: “They have chosen to attack the EDL but their overall intent was much more in line with (the) jihadist threat.”

He said Birmingham authorities and politicians were pulling together with Muslim communities to prevent youngsters turning to extremism.

“I am really optimistic about the future,” he said.

“We have strong political leadership and a commitment from the communities to work forwards to take the sting out of the terror threat.”

Mr Beale responded to claims the police could have swooped on Uddin earlier, saying officers dealt with him according to the evidence and “proportionately”.

“We didn’t fail to join the dots,” he said.

“We were doing what was right and proportionate at the time.”

The officer stressed investigators were acting within the boundaries of the law.

He added that the force had interrupted one attack each year since the 7/7 attacks on London, but stressed terror attack plans had “massively increased”.

Today, Hasseen also pleaded guilty to possessing a document or record containing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism on July 3.
Published on 30/04/2013 11:10

A SERIES of coincidences saw the plan by Islamic fanatics to use bombs, guns and swords in a murderous attack on far-right extremists in West Yorkshire foiled.

Jewel Uddin, Omar Mohammed Khan, Mohammed Hasseen, Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Saud and Zohaib Ahmed all pleaded guilty today to preparing an act of terrorism last year.

A number of chance occurrences saw their plan to cause mass injuries and death at an English Defence League (EDL) rally in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, fall apart.

Firstly, the five members of the gang who drove to the event on June 30 last year – all the men except Hasseen – made a mistake with their timing, arriving two hours late because the rally had finished earlier than expected.

The event was shorter than planned because EDL leader Tommy Robinson, a crowd pleaser, was not able to attend.

Then, as Khan and Uddin drove their silver Renault Laguna back towards Birmingham down the M1, it was recorded as uninsured when a traffic officer happened to carry out checks because the car looked old.

In fact the gang had tried to insure the Renault for one day that morning, but Saud had mistakenly entered the wrong registration number on an online form.

The car was seized because it had no insurance, and the officer took Uddin and Khan to a nearby train station so that they could get home.

It was taken to a pound near Sheffield by Woodhead Motors, and left there until the following Monday morning.

Staff then checked the contents of the car and found the gang’s array of weapons including two shotguns, swords, knives, a nail bomb and a partially assembled pipe bomb, along with a hate-filled note ranting about the enemies of Islam.

It was only then that counter-terrorism units were called in, despite the fact that police and security services already had Uddin under low-level surveillance because he was on the periphery of another terrorist plot.

This was the plan by another group of extremists from Birmingham to set off up to eight rucksack bombs and possibly other devices in an attack that they wanted to be bigger than July 7.

Uddin had been seen with Khan going into a shop five days before the rally, but no officer followed them into Home Choice in Sparkhill because contact would have been too close.

In fact they were going to buy the kitchen knives that were among the weapons that the gang planned to use.

Neither counter-terrorist police or the security services had any intelligence to suggest that the men planned to stage an atrocity.

After their weapons were found, bomb squad were called to make the shrapnel-filled rocket safe, and said afterwards that it was “viable”, with the potential to cause serious injury or death.

Counter-terrorism teams launched a fast-moving operation, tracing Khan, who had initially given a false name, and his passenger by scouring CCTV.

Khan had the gall to call the pound to say that he needed to get something from the car, but unbeknown to him he was already under surveillance.

Police believe that he made the nail bomb because his fingerprint was discovered on the sticky side of tape found on the device.

West Midlands Police counter-terrorism unit also discovered that the Laguna was travelling with a gold Rover 25, and again used CCTV pictures to trace the three occupants.

Officers sifted through details of how the car was bought and who had insured it, as well as circulating pictures around local police teams to see if anyone recognised the suspects.

Khan, Hasseen and Uddin were arrested on July 3, they gave no-comment interviews and were charged on July 9.

Ahmed, Hussain and Saud were arrested after being stopped in a taxi on July 4, they also gave no comment interviews and were charged on July 10.

It is not known what they had with them in the Rover when they travelled to Yorkshire.


4 ‘British’ Muslims Jailed For Plotting UK Terrorist Attack

Once again so-called ‘British Muslims’ have been found guilty of planning terrorist attacks on UK soil. Their families came to Britain supposedly for a better life than the one they had in their Muslim homeland. This is the gratitude they show the people of the country that took their families in.By plotting terror attacks that could potentially have a devastating effect  on 100’s of British families. 30 years total between the 4 Luton Islamic jihadis is nothing when you consider the suffering they could have caused had they managed to carry out the attack. The only punishment worthy of this treason is the gallows. That way at least we can be sure they will never get their wish any time in the future of killing innocent Brits.

Four jailed for plotting UK terror attack

FOUR men who considered using a toy car to deliver a bomb in an al Qaeda-inspired attack in the UK have been jailed for a total of more than 30 years.

By: Charlotte Meredith

Published: Thu, April 18, 2013


Zahid Iqbal and Sharfaraz Ahmed were jailed for up to 16 years in Britain

Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed, Umar Arshad and Syed Farhan Hussain discussed setting off a home-made bomb at a Territorial Army centre in Luton, London’s Woolwich Crown Court heard.

The men, all from Luton, had admitted one count of engaging in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism between January 1 2011 and April 25 2012 at a hearing on March 1.

Ringleaders Iqbal and Ahmed were given extended terms of 16 years and three months, including 11 months in jail.

Mr Justice Wilkie QC said the two men posed “a significant risk of serious harm to the public.”

Arshad was jailed for six years and nine months and Hussain for five years and three months.

Iqbal and Ahmed spoke about making an improvised explosive device (IED) based upon instructions in an al Qaida manual entitled “make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom – by the al Qaida chef”, the court was told.

Covert recordings of the pair heard Iqbal suggesting attaching the bomb to a remote controlled toy car and sending it under the gap of a gate to a Territorial Army (TA) centre in Luton.

Iqbal was recorded telling Ahmed: “I was looking and drove past like the TA centre, Marsh Road. At the bottom of their gate there’s quite a big gap.

“If you had a little toy car it drives underneath one of their vehicles or something.”

The men were arrested following a series of raids at their homes in April last year after an intelligence-led joint operation by the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command and the British Security Service (BSS).

 British men Syed Farham Hussein, Umar Arshad, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed and Zahid Iqbal

Their persistent commitment to terrorist activity… marks them out as particularly dangerous

The court heard that Iqbal was acting as a “facilitator” for people who wanted to travel for “extremist purposes” he had helped Ahmed travel to Pakistan in March 2011 for military training, the court heard.

Ahmed was observed by surveillance on “numerous occasions” going on trips to mountainous regions such as Snowdonia with others in preparation.

The judge said: “In each of their cases, their persistent commitment to terrorist activity, in a number of different ways, over a significant period of time and, in each case, their willingness to take practical steps to obtain terrorist training abroad, marks them out as particularly dangerous.

“This, coupled with the fact that, after their houses had been searched, and they were obviously under serious suspicion, they nonetheless continued to access material consistent with the mindset which informed their previous preparatory activities, persuades me that they continue to be “dangerous” to such a degree that I should exercise my discretion to pass an extended sentence.”


Video: British Islamofascists Protest Outside French Embassy,Jan 2013

Anjem Choudary and his bearded extremist buddy’s formerly known as ‘Muslims against crusades’ protest outside the French Embassy in London about their involvement in Mali. The extremists call for shariah law and jihad in Mali. Then threaten the French people saying Islam will dominate France if they want it or not, and they will have to pay jizah to the Muslim masters. One of Ajems radical mates comes out with a classic “we followers of Muhammed love death as much as you infidels love pork”

British Islamists Protest Mali Campaign: Hollande a Son of Pharaoh, Islam Will Dominate