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Shakquel Hussain Wanted For Stealing ‘Help The Heroes’ Charity Money

Muslim Shakquel Hussain is a lowlife disrespectful thieving scumbag who is wanted by police for stealing money collected for the Help The Heroes charity. 

Shakquel Hussain is from Bamber Bridge on the outskirts of Preston. Police think he is hanging out in the Chorley / Preston areas of Lancashire. So If your out and about anywhere around there, keep your eyes peeled for this Islamic vermin who steals money destined for our ex  armed forces who were injured whilst keeping us safe. 

Police would like to speak to Shakquel Hussain following the theft of a Help the Heroes Charity box and till tray from atakeaway. Pic: Lancashire PoliceAPPEAL: Man wanted after theft of Help the Heroes charity tin Police would like to speak to Shakquel Hussain following the theft of a Help the Heroes Charity box and till tray from atakeaway. Pic: Lancashire Police DARIA NEKLESA Email 13:54Wednesday 26 April 2017

A 19-year-old man from Bamber Bridge is wanted by police following the theft of a Help the Heroes Charity box and till tray from a takeaway.

Officers from Chorley would like to find Shakquel Hussain, of Three Nooks, Bamber Bridge following the theft from Village Bite in Tunley Holme. The incident happened at around 1am on March 20 when the takeaway’s roller shutter was lifted and a pick axe used to smash a window. Once inside, a till tray containing £40 and a Help The Heroes charity box containing £50 were stolen, say police.

Police would now like to speak to Hussain in connection with the incident. He is described as Asian, 5ft 4in tall with black hair and brown eyes. It is believed he could be living in a tent in the Clayton Brook area. PSCO Ben Pilling, of Lancashire Police, said: “We are appealing for information leading to Hussain’s whereabouts. “If you have seen him, or know where he is, please contact us immediately.” Anyone with information can contact police on (01257) 246225 quoting crime reference SC1702139.

Read more at: http://www.chorley-guardian.co.uk/news/crime/appeal-man-wanted-after-theft-of-help-the-heroes-charity-tin-1-8513320

Time For The UK To Wake Up And Smell The Coffee To The ‘Real Extremists’ As Another 11 British Muslim Terrorists Jailed

Over the last couple of months i have noticed an ever increasing amount of  biased articles in both the mainstream media and online attacking those who speak out and expose the true nature of Islam. The English Defence League have been the target of many of these reports, continently being falsely branded as EXTREMISTS ,although others such as Casuals United and even March For England have suffered the same. Like a genital wart outbreak in a brothel spreading like wildfire. Clueless leftists are crawling out from under the rocks they’ve bin hiding  chatting bullsh*t demonizing anyone who is remotely patriotic or criticizing Islam.From the usual communist groups such as Searchlight, Hope not hate and the SWP’s street thug front group UAF.  To the Islamists Tell Mama and various other Muslim apologist websites. Leftist media outlets like the Guardian and all the Mirror owned local newspapers. Self-appointed experts like Matthew Goodwin and the 1001 Muslim appeasing think tanks.Their all going on with themselves trying to kid the public about the supposed threat posed bv ‘right wing’ extremists. Often making links to  mass murderer Anders Brevick as though the EDL and every other group or individuals with anti Islam views are plotting similar atrocities on British soil.  Concerned citizens about the negative effects of Islam  YES, extremists NO

The people of Britain seriously need to open their eyes to the whats going on around them. Stop listening to the scaremongering by the far left like those mentioned above. They all have their own agenda for silencing Islams critics  and keeping Islamophobia in the spotlight. It keeps them in well paid jobs, it keeps their funding coming in and justifies their very existence. It sells their books and newspapers. This is why they steer clear of  talking about the real extremists who pose a very real threat to the people of Britain. Extremists from ‘the religion of peace’. Muslim extremists who live in the UK yet given half the chance they would be happy to see you, your family and everybody you know that is non Muslim blown to a million pieces by a bomb in the name of  Allah.

Until the EDL and other patriots start going to terror training camps or plotting to blow up scores of innocent Muslims. Lets drop the extremist label and start concentrating on the real extremists, the Muslim kind who pose a very real threat to British people’s safety. Lets be honest outside of the uncivilized Muslim world. Britain is the epicentre for Islamic terrorism. What is worse is that most of the Islamic wannabe jihadists are classed as British despite hating everything about Britain, its people and all it stands for. If it wasnt for the fine work that our counter terrorism police and mi5 have been doing the Uk would have been victim to numerous terrorist attacks by ‘British Muslims’.

This last month alone has seen several Muslim terror cells appearing in court which is very disturbing and makes you wonder how many other Muslims living in the UK there is that have yet to be captured. Yesterday saw 3 Muslims including white convert Richard Dart jailed for terrorism. Just over a week ago saw 4 Muslims from Luton found guilty and sent to prison for plotting terrorist attacks. At the start of the month the trial of 4 Muslims who planned on blowing up an EDL demo in Yorkshire began. Then today 11 hate filled Islamofascists from Birmingham were sentenced to between 18 years and 40 months

Eleven men have been jailed at Woolwich Crown Court, ending one of the largest ever counter-terrorism operations in the UK.

The investigation in Birmingham, known as Operation Pitsford, uncovered a cell of would-be suicide bombers who were trying to recruit others to their cause.

IRFAN NASEER AND IRFAN KHALID

IRFAN NASEER AND IRFAN KHALID

Irfan Naseer (left) and Irfan Khalid recruited other men to be part of their plot

Irfan Naseer and his co-defendant Irfan Khalid had received training from al-Qaeda contacts in Pakistan. They had recorded martyrdom videos there before returning to the UK.

Although the court heard that Khalid was committed to the cause, it was Naseer who was the man with the skills and he was secretly recorded explaining to others about how to make a bomb. In one recording, he talked about making eight bombs. In others he indicated he planned to be a suicide bomber.

The pair recruited other men to pose as legitimate charity workers on the streets of Birmingham and they collected thousands of pounds from unsuspecting members of the public.

Naseer played the key role in sending four other Birmingham men to Pakistan to receive training.

Irfan Khalid told one member of the inner circle about how he had recorded his martyrdom video in Pakistan, in which he said he boasted that his attack was “another 9/11” and “revenge for everything”. Naseer was sentenced to life with a minimum of 18 years after being found guilty of five counts of preparing acts of terrorism. Khalid was found guilty of four such counts and given 18 years, with a further five on licence.

ASHIK ALI

Ashik AliAshik Ali provided a safe house as plans developed

The third key member of the conspiracy was Ashik Ali. He had not been to Pakistan but provided a safe house as the plans developed. The trial heard that he was helping to plan the early stages of the bombing campaign and he had been involved in fraudulent fundraising by posing as a charity worker. He had also helped to recruit others to the cause.

In his police interview he said that his plan would have been to wear a suicide bomb vest, have a gun and shoot people. He was sentenced to 15 years, with five on licence, after being found guilty of three counts of preparing for acts of terrorism.

RAHIN AHMED

Ahmed was heavily involved in the group’s plans to con local people in Birmingham to hand over cash by posing as charity collectors for a legitimate Muslim charity. He drove a car that was at the centre of the investigation after it was successfully bugged by MI5.

Ahmed convinced Irfan Naseer and Irfan Khalid that he could take the thousands being raised in charity donations and make more money by speculating on the currency markets. He lost £9,000 – and then lost the trust of the others. He was the first of the men to plead guilty, and was given a 12-year sentence, with a further five on licence.

MUJAHID HUSSAIN

Hussain was a potential recruit and he pleaded guilty to helping with the bogus charity work. He was seen collecting money on the streets of Birmingham and helping to bank it.

However, his precise role beyond helping to collect cash remains unclear. In one bugged conversation, the leading members of the group expressed doubts about Hussain’s resolve to commit acts of terrorism, even though he knew why they were collecting money. They said he had not performed a special period of prayer and reflection that they hoped would lead the potential recruit to sign up to all of the cause. He was sentenced to four years.

(Top row left to right) Ishaaq Hussain, Shahid Khan, Mujahid Hussain (botton row left to right) Naweed Ali, Khobaib Hussain and Rahin Ahmed
Ishaaq Hussain, Shahid Khan, Mujahid Hussain (top row, left to right), Naweed Ali, Khobaib Hussain and Rahin Ahmed (bottom row, left to right) were also jailed

BAHADER ALI

Ashik Ali tried to recruit his older brother, Bahader, to the cause. Although he helped with the bogus charity work he apparently had not signed up to the idea of a bomb plot. However, on one critical night in the conspiracy, as the police and MI5 were closing in, Bahader Ali was present at an important conversation with the ringleaders in which he was trying to find out more about the jihadist training they had received abroad. He also pleaded guilty to encouraging others to prepare acts of terrorism and was sentenced to six years.

MOHAMMED RIZWAN

Bahader Ali,19, (left) and Mohammed Rizwan, 34
Bahader Ali (left) and Mohammed Rizwan were sentenced to four and six years respectively

Another man who pleaded guilty. He was also present during a critical meeting in which he learnt more about the ideas and experiences of the leading members of the group. Rizwan was planning to go to Pakistan with his wife, and Woolwich Crown Court heard that he wanted to look into receiving training in a jihadist camp. Although he may have been identified as a recruit for a bombing campaign, he had not reached the point where he was at the centre of the cell, because the leaders were not even clear whether they wanted or needed him. In mitigation, his barrister told the court that he had resisted being recruited. He was sentenced to four years.

ISHAAQ HUSSAIN, SHAHID KHAN, KHOBAIB HUSSAIN AND NAWEED ALI

Irfan Naseer organised for these four young men to leave Birmingham and attend a militant jihadist camp in Pakistan, deep in the mountains four hours from Islamabad.

But immediately on their arrival at the camp in August 2011, they began to have second thoughts. By the time they had managed to get together – they had arrived in two pairs – they had decided to try to leave. They spent a night making urgent phone calls, with limited mobile phone battery life, back to their families in the UK. They had lied about their plans. Ishaaq Hussain had told his family he was taking part in a period of traditional prayer in a mosque in southern England. The families immediately organised their return to the UK, with the help of relatives in Pakistan. The families were furious about what had happened and went looking in Birmingham for the people who had played a part in persuading their sons to go to the camp. All four were sentenced to 40 months.

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Muslim Community Knew About Jihadist’s Plans But Kept Silent Instead Of Reporting To Police

A group of wannabe jihadists from Birmingham have been found guilty of plotting a terror attack  bigger than 7/7 on innocent people in Britain .  If they had brains they would be very dangerous. Thankfully they didnt have one brain between them and catalogue of  errors prevented them getting that far and saw them arrested instead. Their cock ups and stupidity almost read like the script of a comedy movie. Except it’s not at all  funny despite their stupidity, its disturbing . Make no mistake about it, these Muslims were deadly serious about carrying out their attack plans and committing inhumane atrocities. The barbaric murder of hundreds if not thousands of innocent people on British soil.

The Islamic radicals were born and bred in Britain not newly arrived immigrants from Afghanistan or Iraq who could try to justify their planned attack by saying British forces had wiped out their families back home or something along them lines. They have no excuses to even contemplate mass murder of British people let alone try to put plans into action. The only cause is the teachings of ISLAM !!

British Muslims are no different to Muslims in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi or anywhere else. Just because they were born in Britain they don’t see themselves as British. Not even as British Muslims, just Muslim. They despise everything about us non-Muslims and our infidel lands. So much so that they want to see British men, women and children slaughtered.

The police are saying despite at least 4 Muslim families had stopped a family member going to Pakistan with these men upon finding out they was going there for jihad training at terror camps.Lets face it if it got back to 4 Muslim families about their plans it must have been pretty much common knowledge amongst Birmingham’s Muslim community. Yet still not 1 single person from the Muslim community had tipped off police about it. But why would they because to them its Muslims versus the World. Those that didn’t tip-off the police are your so-called ‘moderate Muslims’ that we keep getting told about by leftists saying not all Muslims are extremists or terrorists. No maybe they are not participating in it themselves. But their doing nothing what so ever to stop it. By failing to report it their effectively aiding and abetting those terrorists. Like the Muslim grooming gangs that were common knowledge in the Muslim communities. They would rather bury their heads in the sand than report fellow Muslims for wrong doing.

Three young British Muslims plotted attack ‘bigger than 7/7’ in Al Qaeda-backed atrocity in shopping centres and stations with team of eight suicide bombers after terror training in Pakistan

  • Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, wanted ‘to rival 9/11’
  • Ringleaders spent years travelling to Pakistan for ‘terror training’
  • Al-Qaeda backed group made videos to play after they blew themselves up
  • Terror cell raised funds by posing as bogus charity workers in street
  • Plotted ‘spectacular campaign’ from makeshift bomb factory in council flat
  • Eight suicide bombers would have claimed more lives than 7/7, police say
  • But deadly plan was discovered after bugs were planted in Birmingham flat
  • Police then found explosives in Midlands when plot was at advanced stage

By MARTIN ROBINSON

PUBLISHED: 13:06, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:22, 21 February 2013

Three British Muslims have been found guilty of planning a terrorist attack to rival the 7/7 Tube bombings by packing eight rucksacks with explosives to cause mass casualties in the UK.

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were today convicted of plotting the ‘spectacular campaign’ designed to claim as many lives as the 2005 London Underground bombs that killed 52 innocent people.

Inspired by hate preacher Anwar al-Awlaki’s online sermons, the trio led an al-Qaeda backed plot to set off bombs and other deadly weapons in crowded shopping centres and railway stations across Britain.

But the three, who called themselves the Four Lions after the black comedy film, only failed because of their own bungling.

The group had set up a sophisticated fraud by pretending to be Muslim Aid charity street collectors, duping legitimate supporters and at least one mosque into giving them thousands of pounds.

However, they then lost £9,000 by making catastrophic investments, tried to secure huge loans to compensate and then failed to destroy evidence of their plotting that police then found in their Midlands safe house.

Judge Justice Henriques said: ‘You were seeking to recruit a team of suicide bombers to carry out a spectacular bombing campaign, one which would create an anniversary along the lines of 7/7 or 9/11’.

The bomb plotters had the means, the will and the know-how to carry out mass murder in the biggest terror attack on the British mainland ‘in a generation’, detectives said.

Six other men have already admitted or been found guilty of being part of the terror cell, it can also be revealed today.

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Guilty: (left to right) Irfan Khalid, Irfan Naseer and Ashik Ali, all from Birmingham, were today found guilty at Woolwich Crown Court of being 'central figures' in a giant terrorist bomb plotThree young British Muslims plotted attack 'bigger than 7/7' in Al Qaeda-backed atrocity in shopping centres and stations with team of eight suicide bombers after terror training in Pakistan. Guilty: (left to right) Irfan Khalid, Irfan Naseer and Ashik Ali, all from Birmingham, were today convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of being ‘central figures’ in a giant terrorist bomb plot
Bearded Islamic savages heading to terror training camps Plot: Irfan Khalid and Irfan Naseer arrive at Birmingham airport before heading to Pakistan for terrorist trainingPlot: Irfan Khalid and Irfan Naseer arrive at Birmingham airport before heading to Pakistan for terrorist training
so called British Muslims wanted to kill innocent people. Training camps: Khalid and Naseer (pictured with the trolley) were caught on CCTV going back and forth to Pakistan from Birmingham Airport to receive instruction on plotting their attack on BritainTraining camps: Khalid and Naseer (pictured with the trolley) were caught on CCTV going back and forth to Pakistan from Birmingham Airport to receive instruction on plotting their attack on Britain
Islamic fundamentalists looking like members of the taliban. Collecting for terror: Irfan Naseer left and Irfan Khalid holding bucket undertake bogus charity collections in Birmingham to secretly raise funds for their bombing campaignCollecting for terror: Irfan Naseer left and Irfan Khalid holding bucket undertake bogus charity collections in Birmingham to secretly raise funds for their bombing campaign
wannabe Muslim suicide bombers from Birmingham. Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of planning to set off up to eight bombs hidden in rucksacks.Watched: The group were under surveillance 24 hours a day by MI5 and the police, pictured here returning from a trip to a camp in Pakistan
The British Muslims found guilty of plotting terror attack used collection tins for Muslim Brotherhood front charity Muslim Aid
Terrorists bought this travel alarm from poundland or some other bargain store to trigger homemade bomb

Charity funded terror: The men posed as fundraisers for a Muslim charity (left) then used the cash to pay for bomb devices such as this alarm clock (right)

The friends had been going to Pakistan to train how to make bombs and use weapons since March 2009.

By 2011 they were being watched by MI5 and police, who had bugged their car and headquarters.

The investigation, known as Operation Examine/Pitsford, grew to be the 450-strong counter-terror unit’s largest ever, resulting in 12 arrests and smashing one of the most serious terror bomb plots of recent years.

In one chilling warning, Naseer was covertly recorded saying of the UK: ‘The only thing you will achieve is suicide bombers on your streets, spilling so much blood you’ll have nightmares for the rest of your life.’

Khalid even boasted that the attack was ‘another 9/11’ as ‘revenge for everything’.

As well as planning a series of suicide bombing, the cell was also heard talking about the possibility of mixing poison into creams such as Vaseline or Nivea and smearing them on car handles to cause mass deaths. The trio even pondered welding blades to a truck and driving it into people.

Ishaaq Hussain Muslim extremist hated the kafir that much that he wanted to slaughter thousands in the name of allah
Rahin Ahmed british Muslim jihadist wanted to kill infidels
bearded savage Naweed Ali from Birmingham, England. member of terror group who plotted jihad  but couldnt carry out after major cock ups
Plotters: (top left to bottom right) Ishaaq Hussain, Rahin Ahmed, Naweed Ali, Mujahid Hussain, Khobaib Hussain, and Ishaaq Hussain have been implicated in the biggest attack planned on British soil ‘for a generation’
Mujahid Hussain muslim fanatic who wanted jihad in britain
Khobaib Hussain member of  terror plotters who kept dropping major bollocks
Ishaaq Hussain planned suicide bombers in shopping centres and on transport

THE BUNGLING MEN BEHIND A PLOT THAT COULD’VE BEEN ‘ANOTHER 7/7’

The three principal drivers behind the plot were men who initially sounded an unlikely trio to carry out such an atrocity.

Irfan Naseer, 31, was an overweight, unemployed pharmacy graduate – with the nicknames Chubbs and Big Irfan – who according to his own mother was ‘a mummy’s boy’.

The father of Irfan Khalid, 27, said a medical condition would have made it unlikely he could have taken any practical part in carrying out the attack, while Ashik Ali, 29, was registered partially sighted.

There were calamitous moments as they worked on their murderous plot.

They tried to raise money through bogus charity collections but ended up losing thousands playing foreign currency markets and had to apply for loans.

And a note setting out the requirements for their homemade explosives was supposed to have been burned in a pan, but the process produced so much smoke it was never properly destroyed.

Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Adam Gough said the men were ‘the real deal’ and, if successful in detonating their devices, would have perpetrated ‘another 9/11 or another 7/7 in the UK’.

It was Naseer’s training in chemistry – and later training at a Pakistani terror camp – which gave him the know-how to draw up a blueprint of a viable improvised explosive device.

No precise targets were discussed by the three men but Mr Gough said the attack would have involved ‘eight exploding rucksacks in crowded places’, while Ali hinted in a police interview that ‘soldiers’ might have been the target – while later claiming he made this up.

It is also unclear when the attack was planned, although the group made references to ‘five months, a year, and two years’, Mr Gough said.

While driving the men were heard comparing themselves to Formula One drivers.

Prosecutor Brian Altman said: ‘They pretended they were going really fast taking over cars, saying there were no cars in front or behind them.

‘They had just taken over Jenson Button and Nigel Mansell where is he?

‘Then Khalid says: ‘It’s the four suicide bombers driving around ready to take on England. Oh my God take them out.’

Mixing in street slang with jihadi rhetoric, they justify their plot by saying Westerners deserve to be ‘terrorised’.

Naseer says: ‘They wanna have sex like donkeys on the street, they wanna club, act like animals and why shouldn’t we terrorise them, tell me that?

‘You think about it, if someone came in your house, yeah, and started dancing and throughout the night and started basically having orgies and smoking drugs and stuff…you would terrorise them, innit.’

Naseer later anticipates killing 2,000 people in nailbomb attacks, outlining his plan as: ‘Boom, boom, boom everywhere…kill.’

Police believe it was the most significant terror plot to be uncovered since the 2006 conspiracy to blow up transatlantic airliners using bombs disguised as soft drinks.

Naseer was today found guilty of five counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts, Khalid four, and Ali three, all between Christmas Day 2010 and September 19 2011.

For Naseer, from Sparkhill, Khalid, from Sparkbrook, and Ali, from Balsall Heath, this included planning a bombing campaign, collecting money for terrorism and recruiting others for terrorism.

Naseer and Khalid also travelled to Pakistan for training, and Naseer helped others travel to the country for the same purpose.

Prosecutor Brian Altman QC told the jury: ‘The police successfully disrupted a plan to commit an act or acts of terrorism on a scale potentially greater than the London bombings in July 2005, had it been allowed to run its course.

‘The defendants were proposing to detonate up to eight rucksack bombs in a suicide attack and/or to detonate bombs on timers in crowded areas in order to cause mass deaths and casualties.’

Naseer and Khalid both travelled to terrorist training camps in Pakistan between 2009 and 2011 to learn about bomb-making, poisons and firearms.

They raised £12,000 for themselves in this way, but were forced to apply for tens of thousands of pounds in loans after losing more than £9,000 of the money playing foreign currency markets.

VIDEO Police dashcam. Moment terror plot ringleaders arrested 2011

Probe: Police raided properties all over Birmingham, including this safe house, which was full of bomb-making equipment and documents detailing how to make them Probe: Police raided properties all over Birmingham, including this safe house, which was full of bomb-making equipment and documents detailing how to make them
Safe house: The trio were based at this property in White Street, Birmingham, and used as the headquarters for their terror cell. wonder if that book on the table is bomb making for Muslim dummies Safe house: The trio were based at this property in White Street, Birmingham, and used as the headquarters for their terror cell
Explosive: Police uncovered a variety of powders and liquids, including this 'cold pack'  for sports injuries in the dingy houseExplosive: Police uncovered a variety of powders and liquids, including this ‘cold pack’ in the dingy house
oops Muslim extremists clanger in getting rid of evidence Destroying the evidence: Police found this burnt note that detailed the bomb-making process Destroying the evidence: Police found this burnt note that detailed the bomb-making process
brain dead muslim idiots bought cold pack thinking they could make explosssive out of it
syringe. despite many trips to pakistan for bomb making lessons off other islamic terrorists. these idiots still couldnt get it right

Bomb-making equipment: Police discovered a variety of ordinary domestic equipment including granules to keep material cold (left) and a pharmaceutical syringe (right)

In a reference to the black comedy film, Ali also told his estranged wife Salma Kabal: ‘Oh, you think this is a flipping Four Lions. We’re one man short.’

Mr Justice Henriques told the trio that they will all face life in prison when they are sentenced in April or May.

Speaking to Naseer, he said he had been convicted on ‘overwhelming evidence’ and that he will face ‘a very long minimum term’.

The judge said: ‘You are a highly skilled bomb maker and explosives expert. Your mindset was similarly manifest.

‘You sought to persuade others that a terror plot here in this country was by far preferable to fighting jihad abroad.

‘It’s clear that you were planning a terrorist outrage in Birmingham.’

Fundraising: Irfan Naseer, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali held table top sales in Birmingham where the cash raised would be secretly siphoned off to pay for trips to PakistanFundraising: Irfan Naseer, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali held table top sales in Birmingham where the cash raised would be secretly siphoned off to pay for trips to Pakistan
towel round head getting in honda accord. Surveillance: MI5 had been watching the terror group and had planted a bug in their Hinda Civic where they were heard boasting about the atrocity they plannedSurveillance: MI5 had been watching the terror group and had planted a bug in their Hinda Civic where they were heard boasting about the atrocity they planned
Shopping: Ashik Ali was watched buying curtains from Argos as part the sophisticated spying operation by the British secret servicesShopping: Ashik Ali was watched buying curtains from Argos as part the sophisticated spying operation by the British secret services

Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Adam Gough said: ‘From covert recordings from the address at 23 White Street, the group had talked of their need to keep the operation a secret.

BRITISH GROUP WERE INSPIRED BY BIN LADEN’S NUMBER TWO

Anwar al-Awlaki

The three men convicted today were obsessed and influenced by the hate-preaching of one man.

US-born terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki (pictured) was one of al-Qaeda’s top generals, encouraging attacks on the West and also recruiting young Muslims to carry them out.

Awlaki, who was born in New Mexico, had become the lead figure for al-Qaeda and the offshoot al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in the years after Osama bin Laden went into hiding.

The CIA went on to assassinate al-Awlaki in a drone attack because he was known to have preached to the 9/11 hijackers and even booked their aeroplane tickets.

His videos were found across Britain in terrorist homes and in an extreme bookshop used by the 7/7 attackers.

Before his death, he was believed to be responsible for persuading Nigerian terrorist Omar Farouk Abdulmuttalab to conceal explosives in his underwear which he tried to use to blow up a Detroit-bound plane on December 25, 2009.

He also played a role in the 2009 Fort Hood massacre and the failed plot by Faisal Shahzad to detonate an SUV filled with explosives on May 1, 2010.

‘They put up black curtains at the house, and they made reference to their concerns they might be under surveillance.

‘We could hear them – and we heard them discussing the ‘martyr’ (July 7 bomber) Mohammed Sidique Khan, and they discussed how much chemicals they would need.

‘Naseer referred to “seven or eight in different places – boom, boom, boom”.’

By September 16 2011, the three men were ‘experimenting with chemicals and home-made explosive’, said Mr Gough, and the police acted.

There was a fear that they might try to test a device, putting members of the public at risk.

Late on the night of September 18, officers swooped on the men’s car when it drove along a suburban street as they were heading out to get takeaway food.

All three were arrested, and in the next two hours 14 warrants were carried out on addresses across Birmingham.

Among the addresses raided was the group’s safe house, where further evidence of the men’s attempts to make a bomb was recovered, including a sports injury cool pack which Naseer had mistakenly believed would contain ammonium nitrate – a key bomb-making ingredient.

A partially-burned note written by Naseer detailing how to make what an expert witness said during the trial would have made a viable bomb was also recovered.

Mr Gough said: ‘Naseer had told Ali to burn the note but it wasn’t done properly, and Naseer later admitted he had written it.’

The note detailed the chemicals, the amounts and mixtures of how to make explosives, although they never got as far as creating a bomb and carrying out their threats.

In one chilling warning, Naseer was covertly recorded saying of the UK: ‘The only thing you will achieve is suicide bombers on your streets, spilling so much blood you’ll have nightmares for the rest of your life.’

oi muzzie your nicked Late night: Officers pulled the terrorists over as they drove to a takeaway just before midnight Late night: Officers pulled the terrorists over as they drove to a takeaway just before midnight
Prosecution: Ashik Ali was taken from the car and is detained along with the two other men who were all found guilty of terrorism offences at Woolwich Crown Court todayProsecution: Ashik Ali was taken from the car and is detained along with the two other men who were all found guilty of terrorism offences at Woolwich Crown Court today
Capture: West Midlands Police arrested the three men in Birmingham after intercepting them in their VW as they drove through the city in September 2011Capture: West Midlands Police arrested the three men in Birmingham after intercepting them in their VW as they drove through the city in September 2011

The men had been under MI5 surveillance, and the bugged recordings painted a picture of incompetence as they plotted their attacks.

The plot hit a snag when, Rahin Ahmed, the cell’s chief fundraiser, who admitted the charges, lost more than £9,000 of the group’s cash they raised in a bad investments on the money market.

His fellow jihadists ordered him to sell his Honda Civic to make up the loss.

Rather than sell his car, he turned to payday loan firm Yes Loans to make up the missing cash, but was left empty-handed when the firm ruled he did not meet their criteria.

They then suggested setting up stalls around the country selling cakes and perfume and do door-to-door collections to raise cash.

They also applied for bank loans worth £33,000 from two different branches of Barclay’s on the same day but were again unsuccessful.

Scam: CCTV shows Rahin Ahmed depositing charity money they had fraudulently taken at a Barclays Bank in Moseley, BirminghamScam: CCTV shows Rahin Ahmed depositing charity money they had fraudulently taken at a Barclays Bank in Moseley, Birmingham
good dress sense. mix and match look. taliban and casual. Trips: Khobaib Hussain and Naweed Ali are shown here sitting and waiting for a flight from Birmingham AirportTrips: Khobaib Hussain and Naweed Ali are shown here sitting and waiting for a flight from Birmingham Airport

CHARITY ‘VICTIM’ OF TERROR FRAUD

The charity whose name was misused by three men to raise money for terrorism insisted today that it has improved the security of its street collections.

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were part of a group which collected £13,500 that was supposed to be for Muslim Aid.

However only around £1,500 of the cash actually went to the charity, while the rest was intended for the group to fund terrorist atrocities.

Today Muslim Aid said: ‘We welcome the conviction and sentencing of the individuals who were not Muslim Aid volunteers but used our name and property to collect funds illegally for their intended criminal activity.

‘We would like to reassure the public that we have taken steps to improve the security of our street collections and branded property. We encourage our donors to check the credentials of collectors when they are approached for donations.’

The charity uses funds to support anti-poverty projects around the world, including supporting elderly people and the homeless in the UK.

On another occasion they decided to make a bomb out of a cold pack used for sports injuries, believing it contained ammonium nitrate.

They rowed over who should buy the pack – with Naseer, nicknamed Chubbs, refusing as he was too fat to be a believable athlete.

Ali went in his place but in the end there was no ammonium nitrate in the pack they brought.

When they did get round to making a bomb, Ali managed to spill chemicals on his hands, saying ‘I’ve done my fingers man, is it dangerous if you get it on your fingers? It’s like acid, innit?’

Naseer, drawing from his experience at terror camp, replies: ‘Yeah, it’s painful man. You won’t die, it’ll make you ill a bit’.

Realising the trail of evidence, the men attempt to destroy their paperwork.

But, said Mr Altman, they ‘did not make a very good job of it’ as police found it largely intact in a rubbish bin in Ali’s kitchen.

Eleven men and one woman have been charged over the alleged plot. Some have since pleaded guilty while others await trial.

The six that have admitted terror offences, who are also from Birmingham, are Rahin Ahmed 26, from Moseley; Mujahid Hussain, 21, from Yardley; Naweed Ali, 25, Ishaaq Hussain, 21, Khobaib Hussain, 22, and Shahid Khan, 21, all from Sparkhill.

Salma Kabal, 23, of Alum Rock, Birmingham, will go on trial later this year, accused of not alerting the authorities to the plot.

Also facing trial are Rizwan, of Ward End, Birmingham, and Bahader Ali, of  Sparkbrook, Birmingham, who deny involvement with the terror cell.

CONSPIRACY : WHY DID NO ONE IN PLOTTERS’ COMMUNITY TIP OFF POLICE?

Naseer and Khalid. bearded savages looking on top to the max dressed as taliban

Nobody in the bomb plotters’ own community tipped the police off with their concerns, despite finding out they were sending young men to terror training camps in Pakistan.

At no point during the 18-month investigation by the West Midlands counter-terrorism unit did anyone in Birmingham’s Muslim community inform on the behaviour of Irfan Naseer, Irfan Khalid (together right) and Ashik Ali, raising questions over the health of relations between officers and community leaders.

This was despite the fact the families of four other young men recruited from Sparkhill all intervened to bring them back home the moment they found out the real reasons for them travelling to Pakistan.

Detective Inspector Adam Gough, senior investigating officer, said the extended families of the four men had ‘become aware’ of why they went to Pakistan but, in any case, ‘did not tell us’.

Ishaaq Hussain, Shahid Khan, Khobaib Hussain and Naweed Ali were told to tell loved ones they were studying at madrassas if asked.

Police and security services were aware the four were travelling but decided against stopping them to preserve the surveillance operation (below) and because evidence-gathering was in the early stages.

According to detectives, none of the men received any terror training as they left the camps after a day.

Mr Gough said: ‘We know pressure was applied to them to come back.

‘Shahid Khan virtually ran home. Three of the four came back almost immediately, while the fourth stayed with his family in Pakistan.

‘We know that they did reach a training camp.

‘But it is a success story in that the families did bring those people back and it shows the vast majority of the community abhor terrorism in the same way we do.’

Community engagement – under what the police call the Prevent programme – is supposed to form a cornerstone of the UK counter-terrorism policing strategy.

Prevent aims to respond ‘to the ideological challenge of terrorism’ by ‘developing partnerships’ with communities, thereby preventing people being ‘drawn into terrorism’.

Training camps: Khalid and Naseer were caught on CCTV going back and forth to Pakistan to receive instruction on plotting their attack on Britain

Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale, who is responsible for counter-terrorism at West Midlands Police, said: ‘The families were trying to do their best to get them back and stop them getting into trouble, rather than get in touch with us.

‘I agree it would have been really good if more could have been shared with us, and we could have dealt with it in a different way.

‘In terms of community engagement, would I like them to come forward more? Yes, I would.

‘Do I think they (the Muslim community) were being disruptive – no, I do not.’

Mr Beale also said he believed the two local charitable organisations on whose behalf the three men had masqueraded to raise money “were duped, rather than being complicit’.

He added: ‘We want to help make sure they (the charities) are not quite so easily duped in the future.’

Some of that money scammed from charities was actually gambled away by another member of the group, Rahin Ahmed, who was given the task of playing the financial markets to try to increase the group’s cash reserves.

He previously admitted engaging in conduct in preparation of acts of terror, encouraging acts of terror, collecting money for terrorism and assisting other to travel for training in terrorism.

On one occasion, Ahmed – an unemployed law graduate who was a community worker with one of the charities – lost £3,000 when he left his computer screen for five minutes to boil a kettle.

He tried to recover some of his losses, but in total lost £9,000 of the £14,500 invested.

There was talk in the group of acquiring a shop, as a front for a bomb factory at the back of the premises, but Ahmed lost too much money and the idea had to be dropped.

Mr Beale said the police do not know how much money the group collected.

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