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2 Wannabe Jihadists In Court For Plotting Attack On Soldiers In The UK

Two more home grown wannabe terrorists on trial for planning to attack on members of the armed forces on British soil. The Muslim fundamentalists both came from Luton which is a breeding ground for Muslim extremists  who not only support Islamic terrorists but actually aspire to be the killer jihadist who slaughters innocent people in the name of the bloodthirsty Allah.

Luckily these two potential mass murderers were caught before they had chance to kill somebody because of their twisted and barbaric religion. Make no mistake about it, in Muslim communities up and down the UK there will be countless other Muslims stealthily living and working amongst us who once behind closed doors are plotting and scheming equally sinister acts

Man ‘planned attack on military personnel in Britain’

  • 16 February 2016
  • From the sectionUK
Junead Khan (left) and Shazib KhanImage copyrightCPS
Image captionJunead Khan (left) is on trial alongside his uncle Shazib Khan

A man has gone on trial accused of planning a terror attack on UK or US military personnel in Britain.

Junead Khan, 25, from Luton, had a guide to making a “viable” pipe bomb on his laptop, Kingston Crown Court heard.

Prosecutors said he had planned to go abroad to fight for the Islamic State group but changed his mind and started preparing terrorist acts in the UK.

Mr Khan denies making preparations for attacking military personnel in the UK between May 10 and July 14, 2015.

‘Plans thwarted’

Max Hill QC, prosecuting, said Mr Khan was “preparing for an attack on British forces or American soldiers or airmen”.

He told the jury: “You may conclude that by arresting Junead Khan on 7 July, what happened at that moment was that his plans were therefore, we suggest, thwarted.

“He was not able to carry out what he wanted to do. But that makes him no less guilty of the charge.”

Mr Khan is on trial alongside his uncle, Shazib Khan, 23, also from Luton.

They are jointly charged with making preparations for travelling to Syria to fight for Islamic State. They both deny engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts on 1 August 2014 and 15 July 2015.

Shazib Khan and Junead Khan

The trial heard that Junead Khan was working as a driver for pharmaceutical firm Alliance Healthcare when he was arrested at its depot in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.

Prosecutors claim he drove close to air bases in East Anglia including the US Air Force’s RAF Lakenheath and RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.

Mr Hill said Mr Khan’s work “meant that he was required to make deliveries of pharmaceuticals to locations in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk” which took him near places “in which there were American air force personnel”.

When police raided his home they found a balaclava and a laptop containing an article called “Make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom”, from the online magazine of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, giving instructions for the construction of a “viable” pipe bomb, the jury was told.

The court also heard that police found black flags in his attic with Islamic State-type slogans and pictures on his phone and laptop showing him posing in front of them in his bedroom.

Jurors heard British and American flags believed to have been stolen from the New York Diner in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, were also found in the bedroom.

The case continues.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35589339

Two More Homegrown Terrorists Given Life For Plotting London Bomb Attack

Two more homegrown terrorists lifed off for plotting  an attack against innocent people on British soil. How much longer can the government and Muslim apologists keep up the charade that these jihadists are not representative of British Muslims when the amount getting caught suggests otherwise 

 

LONDON—A British couple who plotted Islamic State-inspired suicide bomb attacks against targets including a popular London shopping mall and the city’s subway system were both handed life sentences on Wednesday.

Mohammed Rehman, 25, will spend at least 27 years behind bars, while his wife, Sana Ahmed Khan, 24, will serve a minimum of 25 years in prison, judge Jeremy Baker ruled in a short hearing at the Old Bailey.

Mr. Rehman, from Reading, west of London, and Ms. Ahmed Khan, from the nearby town of Wokingham, were Tuesday convicted of preparing terrorist acts. Mr. Rehman was also convicted of an additional charge of possessing an article for terrorist purposes.

The couple assiduously set about constructing explosives capable of causing mass casualties and were on the brink of executing their plans when specialist counterterrorism police arrested them in late May, police and prosecutors said.

Prosecutors said Mr. Rehman and Ms. Ahmed Khan intended to time their attacks to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the July 7, 2005, suicide bombings on the London transportation system that killed 52 people and injured hundreds more.

“The pair had been very close to carrying out an attack, all they required was to purchase the chemicals to make a detonator,” said Susan Hemming, head of the Crown Prosecution Service’s counterterrorism division after the guilty verdicts were delivered on Tuesday.

The husband and wife, who married in secret in 2013 and lived separately, had been under surveillance after police noticed a series of social-media posts by Mr. Rehman that made clear his intention to carry out violence in the name of radical Islam. Using theTwitter alias “Silent Bomber” in an account featuring images of Islamic State executions, Mr. Rehman called on his Twitter followers to vote on possible targets in the capital.

A Twitter account used by Mohammed Rehman, who used the pseudonym ‘Silent Bomber.’ ENLARGE
A Twitter account used by Mohammed Rehman, who used the pseudonym ‘Silent Bomber.’ PHOTO: THAMES VALLEY POLICE

In one tweet, Mr. Rehman wrote: “Westfield shopping centre or London underground? Any advice would be appreciated greatly.”

Mr. Rehman stockpiled fertilizer and carried out minor test blasts in his garden, the court heard. Police who raided Mr. Rehman’s Reading home found more than 10 kilograms of highly explosive urea nitrate, which prosecutors said would have caused “multiple fatalities” if detonated in the tight confines of a subway train or station. They had also considered bombing the Westfield Shopping Centre, prosecutors said.

“There is little doubt that, had Rehman and Ahmed Khan not been stopped when they were, they would have attempted to carry out an act of terrorism in London,” said Ms. Hemming said.

During the six-week trial, jurors heard how Ms. Ahmed Khan helped her husband by taking out loans and depositing nearly $21,000 into his bank account for the purchase of explosive chemicals. Prosecutors said Ms. Ahmed Khan was a “supporter of violent and extreme Islamic ideology” who played a key role motivating her husband.

The pair shared Islamic State video clips, which police and prosecutors said was proof of their radicalization and malign intent.

The two defendants denied the charges. In an interview with police presented in court as evidence, Mr. Rehman admitted manufacturing explosives but said it wasn’t with the intention of hurting anyone. His wife, Ms. Ahmed Khan, refused to answer questions from police and denied any knowledge of his social media posts.

Speaking after the sentencing on Wednesday, the police officer who led the unit that tracked Mr. Rehman and his wife welcomed the court’s decision.

“It was clear that Rehman and Khan shared a radical and violent extremist ideology,” saidLaura Nicholson, the head of the South East Counter Terrorism Unit. “They actively accessed extremist material on the Internet and used social media to develop and share their views as they prepared acts of terrorism. The sentences at court here today reflect this and the threat they posed with their actions,” Ms. Nicholson said.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/british-islamist-would-be-bombers-get-life-sentences-1451490247

Homophobic Muslim From Derby Blows Himself Up In ISIS Suicide Attack

Allah Akbar, one less blood thirsty Muslim terrorist we have to worry about returning to the UK and being involved in any future attack. A British jihadist  is said to have killed himself in a suicide attack in Syria and Iraq on Friday.The man, named in reports as Kabir Ahmed, from Derby, is believed to have killed himself in the town of Beiji, north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Friday. 

View image on TwitterBritish foreign fighter, Abu Sumayyah, (real name: Kabir Ahmed) from Derby carried out a suicide bombing in Baiji, Iraq, He will now be indulging in his 72 virgin reward from Allah. Good Riddance to the vermin

It comes as no surprise that his family is said not to have known he was fighting for the Islamic State. Muslims are always in denial and acting like they know nothing. Did Mrs Ahmad think her husband had just nipped to the shop or something all the time he was missing?? Did nobody care to tell Mrs Ahmad that her husband was on BBC’s Panorama earlier this year where he was featured in Syria boasting about becoming an ISIS suicide bomber??  His family must think we are all as thick as they are acting!!

In 2012 Ahmed was one of the first men to be convicted of spreading gay hate materials, after calling for gay people to be executed.Along with two accomplices, the suicide bomber distributed a leaflet entitled “The Death Penalty”, which stated that capital punishment was the only way to eradicate homosexuality from society. Following a trial at Derby Crown Court, Ahmed and two co-defendants Ihjaz Ali and Razwan Javed were convicted of distributing threatening written material intending to stir up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation.

Muslims Massacre Children Watching Soccer Match In Nigeria

Murderous Islamic savages butcher innocent children watching a football match in Nigeria. Islam is not a religion of peace, it is a cult of evil and hate. Allah is not Akbar!

Muslims Massacre Children Watching Soccer Match In Nigeria

LAGOS, Nigeria — Dozens were killed, including many children watching a soccer match, in a series of deadly bomb blasts in the northern Nigerian city of Maiduguri on Saturday, officials said. The Islamist group Boko Haram was blamed for the attacks, which were the deadliest in months in the sect’s birthplace.

Gunmen from the group also struck a nearby village, Mainok, at the same time Saturday evening, a local official said, storming in on trucks, burning houses and killing at least 51. The death toll from the two attacks was more than 100 and rising, officials said.

In the Maiduguri bombings, children bore the brunt of the explosions, according to the health commissioner for Borno State, Dr. Salma Anas-Kolo. The youths had gathered at a makeshift stadium in the Gomari neighborhood to watch a soccer match when a bomb went off in a pickup truck loaded with firewood, she and others said.

When people in the densely inhabited neighborhood rushed to help, a second bomb exploded, according to Maikaramba Saddiq, the Maiduguri representative of Nigeria’s Civil Liberties Organization.

Mr. Saddiq said about 50 children had been killed. The explosions were powerful; Mr. Saddiq and others said they heard them from miles away.

In the Mainok attack, the senator who represents Borno in the Nigerian Senate, Ahmed Zanna, said a Nigerian military plane had mistakenly bombed fleeing villagers, killing many. Nigeria’s military spokesman did not respond to calls Sunday night.

In Maiduguri, “many kids were affected,” Dr. Anas-Kolo said.

A hospital official in Maiduguri, who watched as charred corpses were brought in, said: “Most of the bodies we found were very young. Small. I saw a man who lost three children.” The official asked for anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation and his position at the hospital. “There is so much of a crowd coming in now to check for their people,” he said.

More than 400 people have been killed in Maiduguri and the surrounding area in less than a month as Boko Haram intensifies its campaign against civilians. The group’s mission, over the course of a nearly five-year insurrection, is mysterious, beyond a generalized goal of destabilizing the Nigerian state.

In that aim, it appears to be increasingly successful, with a military unable to stop its repeated attacks despite an extensive mobilization in the country’s sprawling northeast, where Nigeria borders Cameroon, Chad and Niger in the semidesert terrain of the Sahel region.

Pressure is increasing on the government of President Goodluck Jonathan to halt the attacks. But both the Nigerian government and the military appear to be at a loss about how to do so.

The military has been faulted for adopting too passive an approach, failing to staff guard posts, taking hours to respond or sometimes even running away in the face of the attacks, as citizens have reported to the Nigerian news media in recent weeks.

That scenario appears to have been repeated in the Mainok attack Saturday night, about 40 miles from Maiduguri, according to Mr. Zanna.

“The villagers were calling the security, telling them these people” — the Boko Haram — “were coming,” Mr. Zanna said. “They are approaching our village. But nothing” — no military — “was coming, so most ran into bush.”

When the Boko Haram entered the village, “they burned the houses and killed anyone sight,” Mr. Zanna said.

In running into the bush to escape, Mr. Zanna said, a Nigerian military plane “bombed them.”

“Maybe they mistook them for the Boko Haram,” he said. “It was very bloody.”

Sunday night, Maiduguri was in shock, officials said. The Gomari neighborhood “is a devastated area,” Mr. Saddiq said. “Everything has been destroyed.”

“People are very shocked and scared,” Dr. Anas-Kolo said. “People feel that these Boko Haram can just come attack, and the military people are never there,” she said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/03/world/africa/deadly-attacks-tied-to-islamist-militants-shake-nigeria.html?_r=0

Christmas Day Bomb Attack Near Church Kills 34 In Baghdad’s Christian Area

On the celebration of the birth of somebody who taught his followers  peace, love, tolerance and forgiveness to all mankind. ‘Religion Of Peace’ followers as usual behave completely the opposite non peaceful way by slaughtering 34 innocent people in Baghdad’s small minority Christian area.

Savage Muslim’s behaving in the violent barbaric way and full of hate towards infidels that their satanic scriptures tell them to behave

 

” Fight them! Allah will chastise them at your hands, and He will lay them low and give you victory over them, and He will heal the breasts of folk who are believers.”  Qur’an 9:14

The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His messenger and strive to make mischief in the land is only this, that they should be murdered or crucified or their hands and their feet should be cut off on opposite sides or they should be imprisoned; this shall be as a disgrace for them in this world, and in the hereafter they shall have a grievous chastisement,
Qur’an 5:33

Narrated Ibn ‘Umar: Allah’s Apostle said: “I have been ordered (by Allah) to fight against the people until they testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is Allah’s Apostle, and offer the prayers perfectly and give the obligatory charity, so if they perform that, then they save their lives and property from me except for Islamic laws and then their reckoning (accounts) will be done by Allah.”

 

 

Christmas bomb attacks kill 34 in Baghdad’s Christian areas

BAGHDAD Wed Dec 25, 2013 8:04am EST

People stand among debris at the site of a bomb attack at a marketplace in Baghdad's Doura District December 25, 2013. REUTERS-Ahmed Malik
A man looks at the site of bomb attack at a marketplace in Baghdad's Doura District December 25 2013. REUTERS-Ahmed Malik

1 OF 2. People stand among debris at the site of a bomb attack at a marketplace in Baghdad’s Doura District December 25, 2013.

CREDIT: REUTERS/AHMED MALIK

 
 
 

(Reuters) – At least 34 people were killed in bomb attacks in Christian areas of Baghdad on Wednesday, some by a car bomb that exploded near a church after a Christmas service, police and medics said.

The car bomb killed at least 24 people, most of them Christian, when worshippers were leaving the church in the Doura district of southern Baghdad, police sources said.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Violence in Iraq has risen to its worst levels in more than five years as hardline Sunni militants linked to al Qaeda step up attacks on the Shi’ite-led government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and anyone seen as supporting it. Many thousands have been killed in attacks this year.

The minority Christian community has been a target of attacks by al Qaeda militants in the past, including a 2010 attack on a church that killed dozens of people.

Two bombs also went off in a crowded market in a separate, mostly Christian area in Doura, killing another ten people, police and medics said.

At least 52 people were wounded in the attacks.

A series of car bombs, shootings and suicide attacks killed scores of Shi’ite Muslim pilgrims in the week before the Shi’ite holy day of Arbaeen, which coincided with Christmas Eve this year.

Mitul Shah – A Real Hero Who Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

British born Mitul Shah is a real modern day hero who made the ultimate sacrifice without a second thought, his own life to save a group of children. I have no idea which religion he was. He could quite possibly of even been Muslim going off his name. Which ever religion he was is irrelevant really , he will still of died a hero. There is very few people who would of done the same in his shoes so unselfishly. He has restored my faith in mankind by proving there are still some good people about in the world

Revealed: How hero father died in Kenyan mall massacre after offering himself as a hostage to save lives of group of children

  • London-born Mitul Shah was killed in the Kenyan mall massacre
  • The 38-year-old died after he offered to become a hostage to save children
  • Tributes have poured in honouring ‘a selfless man and a born leader’

By SARA MALM  PUBLISHED: 16:39, 27 September 2013 | UPDATED: 20:09, 27 September 2013

A British man who offered himself as a hostage to save the lives of a group of children was today described by colleagues as a ‘born leader’.

Mitul Shah, 38, a sales executive from London attempted to strike a deal with the terrorists, replacing children with himself, a heroic act which gave several victims vital time to escape.

The selfless father did not get through to the gunmen and was shot alongside a number of children in the Kenyan tragedy, leaving behind his wife and two-year-old daughter.

Today his employers, the cooking oil company Bidco Oil, and his work colleagues spoke of their grief at his loss.

The firm said in a statement: ‘He was a born leader and an inspiring soul loved by one and all.’

Mr Shah, who was born in April 1975 in North London, held dual British and Kenyan citizenship.

After going to school in Kenya, he studied management science with computing at Kent University in Canterbury, Kent and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree.

He then joined Bidco Oil Refineries in Kenya as a management trainee and worked his way up to become a team leader in the marketing department.

Mr Shah, who leaves a widow, Rupal, and daughter Sarai, was killed moments after he was helping 33 children taking part in a TV cooking contest on the roof of the Westgate centre in Nairobi.

The event was being sponsored by his company.

One of the directors of Bidco, Dipak Shah, said today that his family and colleagues were all devastated.

He said: ‘He was trying to negotiate the freedom of the children in order for him to be taken as a hostage.

’Some had managed to save their lives, but unfortunately he, and others, did not.

’It was a heroic and brave act – a true reflection of his soul. He was a wonderful person who always went out of his way, beyond the call of duty, to help others.’

 

Mitul Shah, pictured with wife Rupal Shah and daughter Sarai, was unable to get through to the gunmen and was shot alongside several children in the Kenyan tragedyMurdered: Mitul Shah, pictured with wife Rupal Shah and daughter Sarai, was unable to get through to the gunmen and was shot alongside several children in the Kenyan tragedy

Hero: Mitul Shah, 38, was killed by terrorist at the Nairobi shopping mallTribute: Mr Shah’s employer and colleagues spoke of their grief at his loss, praising him as a ‘born leader and an inspiring soul loved by one and all¿

The body of 38-year-old Mitul Shah lies in the main hall of the Oshwal Community Centre in Westlands nearby to the Westgate Shopping Centre where hundreds of mourners and well-wishers come to pay their last respectsThe body of 38-year-old Mitul Shah lies in the main hall of the Oshwal Community Centre in Westlands nearby to the Westgate Shopping Centre where hundreds of mourners and well-wishers come to pay their last respects

 

 

He said that, like his family, everyone at the company was grieving his death.

He said: ‘We are anguished and shell-shocked at the turn of events. The tragic loss of our colleague and brother has created a vacuum in our heart as much as it has in our organisation.

‘All employees who have known him for long and short periods concur that he was an immensely effective leader, easy to get along with – on a personal level, very caring and concerned and on a professional level, highly dedicated and motivated.

’He was highly talented and has enriched the lives of everyone he has come across.

’It is a big, very big loss -not just for the family or for Bidco but for Kenya also as he loved this country with great passion and fervour.’

Men were said to have been castrated and had fingers removed with pliers before being blinded and hangedMen were said to have been castrated and had fingers removed with pliers before being blinded and hanged

Their story: Portia Walton runs for the safety of Kenya mall hero Abdul Haji. The Waltons have now shared their harrowing tale, giving backstory to this now-iconic photoTheir story: Portia Walton runs for the safety of Kenya mall hero Abdul Haji. The Waltons have now shared their harrowing tale, giving backstory to this now-iconic photo

 

Terrifying: Katherine Walton, left, is an American living in Kenya who was at the Westgate mall last Saturday with her five kids when the siege occurred. They got out alive with the help of HajiTerrifying: Katherine Walton, left, is an American living in Kenya who was at the Westgate mall last Saturday with her five kids when the siege occurred. They got out alive with the help of Haji

 

The company said in a statement: ‘Bidco is grieved to announce the sad and untimely demise of Mr Mitul Shah.

‘He was among the first casualties of the Westgate Siege – losing his life in the first bout of attack, presumably killed while trying to protect some children who were assembled to participate or witness a cooking challenge.’

He had helped the firm win a number of industry awards and was also an accomplished sportsman, the company said.

He had taken part in endurance races, swimathons and had climbed both Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya.

‘He was young, dynamic, enterprising, hardworking & well focused person as well as the youngest team leader in Bidco, ‘the statement added.

The avid Manchester United fan was also president of the company’s football team.

Yesterday, soldiers and doctors who were among the first people into the mall after it was reclaimed on Tuesday, spoke of the horrifying scenes insideYesterday, soldiers and doctors who were among the first people into the mall after it was reclaimed on Tuesday, spoke of the horrifying scenes inside

 

Bomb disposal experts with sniffer dogs were yesterday painstakingly combing the part of the building still standing for explosives before clearing forensic officers, police and troops to search for bodiesBomb disposal experts with sniffer dogs were yesterday painstakingly combing the part of the building still standing for explosives before clearing forensic officers, police and troops to search for bodies

 

The collapse happened on Monday when government troops launched a massive assault on the mall where up to 150 people are thought to have been killedThe collapse happened on Monday when government troops launched a massive assault on the mall where up to 150 people are thought to have been killed

Work colleagues paid tribute to Mr Shah on the internet.

One, named Alkane, wrote: ‘He is a real hero and had an option to run away but he opted to become a saviour of kids without wasting a second.

‘This says it all about Mitul. I salute him for his decision. I am very much thankful to God that I had an opportunity to spend time with such great soul.’

Mr Shah’s workmate Roberts Libosso said: ‘He touched every one of us through his warm affection and sensitivity coupled with brilliant leadership skills.

’Mr Shah was a born leader – the circumstances surrounding his death fit the above qualities because he was concerned about the lives of the children whom he could not leave behind.’

A third friend, Sarah Njeru, said: ‘I cannot even begin to describe the loss, the sadness, the love, the hole in our heart.

‘I want to see my office extension screen say ‘Mitul calling’ but I can’t. We will forever cherish you. Rest In Peace boss.’

 

Muslim Terrorists Who Plotted Bombing EDL Get Sentenced To 19 Years. Allah Akbar

Six British born Muslims were sentenced to as much as 19 years and six months in prison for plotting to attack a rally of the English Defence League in the northern England city of Dewsbury.The men, Omar Khan, Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Hasseen, Mohammed Saud, Zohaib Ahmed and Anzal Hussain from Birmingham, took weapons, including a home-made bomb filled with nails and ball-bearings to an EDL rally a year ago with the intention of causing mass murder.

For once British justice has prevailed with a sentence for the Muslim terrorists fitting of the crime committed. Their twisted minds were filled with hate to those who spoke out against the evil of Islam. The attackers response to the criticism was to act like Muslims have done through out the ages, in the way the Koran tells them and the way their Prophet Muhammed would of done….by violent means making them pay with blood. Despite failing in Dewsbury the Birmingham Islamofascists would of carried on trying until they had succeeded. The judge recognized that when passing sentence. Khan, Uddin and Ahmed were sentenced to 19 1/2 years in jail, while Hasseen, Hussain and Saud received sentences of 18 years and nine months.

The Islamic scum even had the audacity to shout “Allah Akbar(is great)” when being taken down to the cells. They will have plenty of time to see how  great their blood thirsty Allah is now.While the filth rot away in prison for the next decade at least.

Islamic extremists who plotted to kill EDL members at rally are jailed for up to 19 years each as judge blames ‘freely available material’ for their radicalisation

  • Al Qaeda-inspired cell plotted attack Armed Forces Day rally in Yorkshire
  • Found with weapons including nail bombs, machetes, sawn-off shotguns
  • Cries of ‘God save the Queen’ from EDL supporters in public gallery
  • As the terrorists were led away they responded with chant of ‘Allahu Akbar’

By AMANDA WILLIAMS

PUBLISHED: 12:07, 10 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:52, 10 June 2013

Six Islamic extremists who planned to spark ‘a tit-for-tat spiral of violence and terror’ with an attack on an EDL rally have today been jailed for up to 19-and-a-half years.

The Al Qaeda-inspired cell were plotting to attack an Armed Forces Day rally in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, with weapons including nail bombs, machetes and sawn-off shotguns

Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC told the men: ‘How was it that you became involved in a crime of this gravity?

‘At least part of the answer to that question must come in the tide of apparently freely available extremist material in which most of you had immersed yourselves.’

(From top row left to right) Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Saud, Zohaib Ahmed, (bottom row left to right) Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Hasseen, Omar Khan. They have today been jailed for 19 years for a lot to attack an EDL rally(From top row left to right) Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Saud, Zohaib Ahmed, (bottom row left to right) Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Hasseen, Omar Khan. They have today been jailed for 19 years for a lot to attack an EDL rally

Scores would have been seriously injured and even killed in the atrocity.

But the gang were foiled when the EDL protest finished earlier than expected.

They went for fish and chips before heading home with their cache of weapons and a series of chilling notes that warned: ‘We love death more than you love life.’

The gang had been radicalised by Al Qaeda internet propaganda and hundreds of terror manuals were found on their computers.

They had even tried to build a pipe bomb for their attack using an infamous ‘recipe’ entitled ‘Make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom’.

Police had no intelligence on the plan and only caught the plotters by ‘pure chance’ when one of their cars was stopped for being uninsured.

One of the would-be bombers had got a single digit wrong when applying for a policy.

Omar Khan, 28, Jewel Uddin, 27, Mohammed Hasseen, 24, Mohammed Saud, 23, Zohaib Ahmed, 22, and Anzal Hussain, 25, all admitted their part in the plot.

The Al Qaeda-inspired cell were plotting to attack an Armed Forces Day rally in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, with weapons including nail bombs, machetes and sawn-off shotgunsThe Al Qaeda-inspired cell were plotting to attack an Armed Forces Day rally in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, with weapons including nail bombs, machetes and sawn-off shotguns
The men were found with nails and ball bearings which were to be used in the attack also The men were found with nails and ball bearings which were to be used in the attack also

The Common Serjeant of London, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, handed them extended sentences after telling them posed a serious risk to the public.

Khan, Uddin and Ahmed were jailed for 19-and-a-half years with an extended licence period of five years, and the other three were given jail terms of 18 years and nine months and an extended licence period of five years.

Judge Hilliard said he had given ‘anxious consideration’ as to whether to jail the men for life, but by ‘a narrow margin’ could instead impose extended sentences.

These are used when there is a perceived ongoing risk of danger to the public.

The six defendants received a reduction of a quarter in their jail terms for pleading guilty before a trial was due to start.

They will only be considered for release on licence after serving two-thirds of their sentences behind bars.

Judge Hilliard told them: ‘Unlawful violence of any kind and foul and inflammatory insults of a racial nature targeted towards a particular racial group deserve at the least unequivocal condemnation whoever and whatever the source.

‘I acknowledge the unrest and enormous distress such behaviour gives rise to, but as a response more unlawful violence is not on the list of options.’

He added: ‘Providentially, the defendants had arrived too late to put their plan into effect.

‘There is however no reason to suppose that a further attempt would not have been made at some time in the future had they not been apprehended.

‘I regard it as inconceivable your resolve would have evaporated.’

The gang had been radicalised by Al Qaeda internet propaganda and hundreds of terror manuals were found on their computersThe gang had been radicalised by Al Qaeda internet propaganda and hundreds of terror manuals were found on their computers

The judge said of the extremist material viewed by the gang: ‘In this case it can only have served to reinforce the defendants’ resolve to behave in the hideous way planned.’

There were cries of ‘God save the Queen’ from EDL supporters in the public gallery as the terrorist were led away.

They responded with a chant of ‘Allahu Akbar’.

Hundreds of police officers were stationed outside the Old Bailey during the three-day sentencing hearing.

Around 50 EDL demonstrators staged a protest while leader Tommy Robinson – real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – and his deputy Kevin Carroll were in the public gallery.
The gang of Islamic extremists had planned to target an EDL rally held in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, on June 30 last year.

Prosecutor Bobbie Cheema QC said: ‘They planned to execute a terrible vengeance on the EDL for what they perceived to be the EDL’s recent blasphemous words and actions against the prophet Mohammed and Islam.

‘Their plain and now admitted intention was to carry out a terrorist attack using a varied selection of offensive weapons – an improvised explosive device, two sawn-off shotguns, swords, machetes and knives.

Picture shows Omar Khan, and Jewel Uddin, being arrested by police. Police had no intelligence on the plan and only caught the plotters by 'pure chance' when one of their cars was stopped for being uninsuredPicture shows Omar Khan, and Jewel Uddin, being arrested by police. Police had no intelligence on the plan and only caught the plotters by ‘pure chance’ when one of their cars was stopped for being uninsured
Pic shows Omar Khan, and Jewel Uddin, being arrested by police. The gang was rmed with sawn-off shotguns, newly-sharpened swords, and fireworks converted into nail bombsPic shows Omar Khan, and Jewel Uddin, being arrested by police. The gang was rmed with sawn-off shotguns, newly-sharpened swords, and fireworks converted into nail bombs

‘The targets were members of the public attending an organised, lawful and policed rally in the town centre.’

She added: ‘There can be little doubt that a violent attack of the kind intended to be carried out would have been bound to draw a response in revenge from its target.

‘It would most likely have led to a tit-for-tat spiral of violence and terror. The defendants anticipated as much.

‘They set out their intentions in a chilling printed document dated June 30, of which they carried ten copies of Dewsbury.’

The document was headed ‘Operation: In defense of the prophet Muhammad’ and referred to the Queen as ‘the kafir female devil and her accursed Jubilee.’

The gang – except Hasseen – travelled from their homes in Birmingham to carry out the attack.

Khan and Uddin went in a Renault Laguna after loading the boot with weapons while Hussain, Saud and Ahmed followed behind in a Rover 25.

‘The plan was only averted because the rally finished earlier than expected and the crowd had dispersed by the time the defendants arrived,’ said Ms Cheema.

‘Although this particular attack was averted there is no reason to doubt that these six men would have pursued their aim of retaliation and proceeded to carry out their plans on a subsequent occasion.

‘Their plot was only discovered because the Renault Laguna vehicle carrying Omar Khan and Jewel Uddin was stopped by police by pure chance on their return journey to Birmingham.

‘It was impounded because it was not properly insured and when searched later it was found to contain a viable IED, as well as shotguns with ammunition, swords, knives and partial components for a pipe bomb.’

A court drawing from an earlier hearing shows, from left Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Hasseen, and Omar Khan. Their targets were members of the public attending an organised, lawful and policed rally in the town centreA court drawing from an earlier hearing shows, from left Jewel Uddin, Mohammed Hasseen, and Omar Khan. Their targets were members of the public attending an organised, lawful and policed rally in the town centre

The IED was packed with 359 nails and 93 ball bearings and the stash also contained sharpened knives, a machete, a Samurai sword and two sawn-off shotguns.
Also uncovered were ten copies of a note addressed to the ‘English Drunkards League’.

The letters, discovered after the plan was aborted, reads: ‘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 the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and also in retaliation of your crusade against Islam/Muslims on a global scale.

A member of the English Defence League (EDL) tries on a balaclava to pose for a photograph outside the Old Bailey, during the trialA member of the English Defence League (EDL) tries on a balaclava to pose for a photograph outside the Old Bailey, during the trial

‘It is of the greatest honour for us to do what we did and we all call upon the Muslim youth to rise up and defend the honour of Allah and his messenger.’

The gang were arrested and searches of their homes revealed stashes of extremist literature and recordings, including speeches by hate preacher Anwar al Awlaki.

The former head of Al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, he masterminded the failed plot to send bombs disguised as printer cartridges to US synagogues on cargo planes.
He was killed by a drone strike in 2011.

The stash included copies of the Al Qaida magazine Inspire, founded by Awlaki and containing bomb-making instructions.

In one recording of an Islamic lecturer, the speaker can he heard to say: ‘Oh God, please blow me up.’

Khan even kept a secret jihad diary in his room, which was inscribed: ‘This belongs to Omar Khan so don’t touch.’

Ahmed had been released on bail by Westminster Magistrates’ Court just eight days before the planned attack.

He had been arrested for possessing a copy of Inspire magazine and a second document entitled The Explosives Course.

He subsequently admitted possessing information useful to a terrorist and is currently serving a 14-month jail term.

Insurance documents suggested the gang had also planned to visit another EDL demonstration in Rochdale on June 9 to gather information about the group and the police’s tactics.

Uddin was linked to the 11-man Birmingham terror cell jailed in April this year for plotting to detonate bombs across the UK.

He regularly played football with members of the terror cell led by would-be mass murderers Irfan Naseer and Irfan Khalid, who were secretly taped by police promising ‘another 9/11’.

But lawyers for the EDL gang claimed their plot was less sophisticated and had been doomed to fail.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2338865/Islamic-extremists-plotted-kill-EDL-members-rally-jailed-19-years-judge-blames-freely-available-material-radicalisation.html#ixzz2VoXBk3aX

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.

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/at-a-glance/general-news/muslim-terrorists-tried-to-blow-up-edl-rally-in-dewsbury-1-5629249

Muslim Living In Bolton Loses Extradition Appeal Over India Bombing Attacks

Muslim Hanif Mohammed Umerji Patel who was arrestted in Bolton on terrorist charges has lost his high court appeal against being extradited to India to face justice for his role in anti Hindu terrorist attacks 20 years ago. I dread to think how much of the legal aid fund he has used up trying to avoid justice with his claims that he can’t remember that far back. To right he can remember that far back and his involvement in the killing of innocent people including an 8 year old girl. How can you forget a horrendous act like that.

Its every week that some Muslim or another is in court trying to avoid deportation for their heinous acts. It makes you wonder how many other Muslim terrorists are in Britain. Its about time the powers that be grew some balls and stopped the UK being a safe haven for Islamic fundamentalists. In fact for uncivilized uneducated Muslim immigrants full stop for that matter.

Man loses extradition appeal over India bombing attacks

1:22pm Thursday 18th April 2013 in News

A MUSLIM man arrested in Bolton accused of involvement in bombings against Hindus in India two decades ago today lost a High Court battle against extradition from the UK.

Two judges in London rejected challenges brought by Hanif Mohammed Umerji Patel.

The Home Secretary ordered his extradition to India in June last year.

Patel, who is also known as Tiger Hanif, was arrested in Bolton in February 2010 after an extradition request from India.

Mr Justice Kenneth Parker, who dismissed Patel’s case along with Lord Justice Moses, said he was “accused of being involved in two bombings which led to loss of life and extensive property damage” in Surat, Gujarat, in 1993.

The judge said: “The information provided in the request describes how, following an attack on a mosque in December 1992, internecine hostilities broke out between the Muslim and Hindu communities in Gujarat.

“The requesting state’s case is that the appellant was part of a Muslim group which obtained explosives, guns and other weapons and then carried out revenge terrorist attacks on the Hindu community, including two explosions which resulted in loss of life, injury and damage.”

The first explosion was in January 1993 in a market on the Varacha Road in Surat which killed an eight-year-old girl and “caused many injuries”.

The second explosion was in April 1993 at Surat railway station and “caused many injuries and significant property damage”.

He said: “The appellant is alleged to have been a principal conspirator in relation to these two bomb attacks, and to have been part of the Muslim group which acquired firearms and ammunition.”

Part of the unsuccessful action brought by Patel was a challenge against the May 2012 decision of a district judge at Westminster Magistrates’ Court — he rejected the grounds advanced in opposition of extradition and sent the request to the Home Secretary for her decision on whether he should be extradited.

Arguments put forward at the High Court by Patel, who is in his 50s, included claims that the continuing pursuit of extradition by the Government of India “for the purpose of an unviable prosecution” was an “abuse of the process of the court”, that there was a real risk his trial would constitute a flagrant denial of justice and that there was “a real risk of torture” in the light of new evidence.

Dismissing the challenge against the decision of the district judge, Mr Justice Kenneth Parker said in relation to the torture ground that there was “nothing” in the further material relied upon by Patel that would “tend to undermine the conclusion reached by the district judge that the appellant has failed to provide substantial evidence that he would be at real risk of torture” if extradited.

The judge also ruled that Patel could not rely on the passage of time to avoid extradition.

He said: “There is nothing to suggest that the appellant is now no longer able to recall the events in question, or that the court in India would be unwilling or unable to consider the extent, if any, of any prejudice to the fairness of the criminal trial by reason of the passage of time.”

Patel’s action in relation to the decision of the Home Secretary also failed.

Boston Bombers Wife Went From Average Girl To Wearing Hijab Within 1st Year At University

As details emerge surrounding the backgrounds of the 2 Muslim bombers responsible for the Boston bombing, this one about 1 of the jihadist’s American wife stood out. His wife, by all accounts was a friendly and well-mannered university student. The daughter of hard-working parents living in a decent area , where the girl had a good chance to make something of her life. So her going to university to achieve qualifications would be seen as a step on the right foot. Unfortunately for her going to university ended up being life changing for all the wrong reasons.

It was in her 1st year there that she met Muslim terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev and was introduced to the satanic teachings of Islam. By the end of her 1st year at university she returned home,converted to Islam, wearing the hijab with a Muslim immigrant husband in tow and with child. She never returned for her 2nd year at university and her chances of doing something with her life fading fast even back then. Now thanks to her extremist bomber husbands actions she can kiss any hope of an average normal life bye. She will forever be known as the girl who threw it all away for an Islamic terrorist who killed and injured innocent Americans. Even if she wanted to forget she won’t be allowed as the American people will not forget.

Islam is like a drug. Not just any drug, but the worst drug there is heroin. Now I have never taken or would ever try heroin. But over the years I have come into contact a couple of times with heroin users and ex addicts for 1 reason or another. Being a curious person I have asked them what it is about such as dirty,dark and unsocial drug like heroin. That could make somebody from a good background become so low. Dirty,dark and unsocial are also relevant to what I see in Islam. To 99%  of people with common sense wouldn’t even entertain the idea of taking heroin. We see the state of the smackheads who use it, hear of the dangers on tv or in the newspaper. We use our heads and say no  thanks, exactly the same as we would do if 1 of the various Islamic front groups participating in Dawah approached us on the street trying to sell Islam.

Yet the other 1% through either curiosity,being naive or looking to fill a void in life will try the drug. By all accounts half will be sick and not like it and will never go there again. The other half who the drugs digs its claws into and like the morbid ‘high’ which actually isn’t a high but actually a downer. For them its the beginning of the end of their life as they know it. The same as those who allow themselves to be brain washed by lies and let Islam inside of them. Once its got hold of you its only down you’re heading. Even if you realise the error of your ways at some point in the future. Those around you will try their best to keep you down. Heroin makes good people go bad and ruins lives. Islam makes good people go bad and ruins lives not just your own or your family’s but as many innocent people’s as it can,

Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife Katherine Russell wore the hijab after converting to Islam

The widow of the Boston bomber is a “friendly and well-mannered” American woman, who returned from her first year at university in a hijab after converting to Islam, neighbours told The Daily Telegraph.

Boston bomb suspects are brothers

Tamerlan Tsarnaev when he won the 2010 New England Golden Gloves Championship in Lowell  Photo: Julia Malakie/Lowell Sun

By Jon Swaine

3:44AM BST 20 Apr 2013

Katherine Russell is believed to have married and had a daughter with Tamerlan Tsarnaev three years ago, having become a Muslim following her freshman year at Suffolk University in Boston.

Ms Russell, 24, was escorted by investigators to her parents’ house in Rhode Island on Friday night, where she covered her face and refused to talk about her husband, who was shot dead by police.

Neighbours said they woke on Friday morning to find four FBI and police vehicles parked outside the house in North Kingston belonging to Ms Russell’s parents Judith, 56, a nurse and Warren, 55, a doctor.

“Only then did I begin wondering if there could be a link between what happened in Boston and the gentleman who used to visit Katherine,” Paula Gillette, a 51-year-old neighbour, told The Daily Telegraph.

“They are a very nice family, with three lovely daughters who are friendly and well-mannered,” said Mrs Gillette. “And they were so happy to have a granddaughter. This is terrible for them”.

Neighbours said that Mr and Mrs Russell had been “very supportive” of their daughter’s decision to take up Islam, which saw her begin wearing a veil covering her hair, in line with Muslim practice.

They said Ms Russell appeared not to return to university after her conversion and the birth of her daughter, who is thought to be called Zahara.

The status of her relationship with Tsarnaev at the time of his death was unclear.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/10007326/Tamerlan-Tsarnaevs-wife-Katherine-Russell-wore-the-hijab-after-converting-to-Islam.html

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