Surely not. Wasn’t it the head of the West Midlands Police Terorrism Unit himself that said it was ‘right wing extremists’, not Muslims who fuelled terrorism?
Three Muslim terrorists were plotting a suicide bombing campaign of “mass murder” on the streets of Britain, a court has heard.
Two of the men are said to have traveled to Pakistan where they received terrorist training and made suicide videos before returning to build a bomb.
The men were under surveillance as part of an “intelligence led operation” by MI5 and the police as they discussed their plans, which were picked up by listening devices.
Two other men allegedly helped raise £12,000 by collecting for charities which was said to be used for the purposes of planning their attacks. A sixth man was accused of failing to inform police. As the men made their first appearance in court, Deborah Walsh, prosecuting, said: “The terrorist ideology behind these offences is to commit mass murder in the UK.”
Irfan Nasser, 30, from Sparkhill, Birmingham and Irfan Khalid, 26, of Sparkbrook, Birmingham, are accused of plotting their attacks between Christmas Day last year and their arrest last Monday. The charges say that they travelled to Pakistan for training in terrorism including bomb making, weapons and poison making.
While there they are said to have made a “martyrdom film” and later began planning a “suicide bombing campaign or event.”
On their return they allegedly provided information to others about training in Pakistan and were “advising and counselling” about explosives and detonators.
The men went on to purchase “components and chemicals for a home made explosive device,” the charges state and constructed a “home made explosive device for terrorist acts.”
They tried to recruit others for terrorist training and for terrorist acts and stated their “intention to be a suicide bomber,” prosecutors said.
A third man, Ashik Ali, 26, from Balsall Heath, Birmingham, did not travel to Pakistan, according to prosecutors, but provided premises for planning the attacks and making explosives. He is said to have learned about explosives and detonators and was allegedly involved in the purchase of components and chemicals and in making a home made explosive device.
He too allegedly tried to recruit others for training and terrorism and stated that he wanted to be a suicide bomber.
Rahin Ahmed, 25, from Moseley, Birmingham, allegedly helped others to travel to Pakistan for training in bomb making, using weapons and mixing poisons. He also collected money and invested and managed the money which was to be used for “terrorist acts” according to charges.
Ashik Ali’s brother, Bahader, 28, and another man, Mohammed Rizwan, 32, both from Sparkbrook, Birmingham, allegedly knew of the plans but failed to inform police “information as soon as reasonably practicable.”
Make no mistake, there is a war on for the culture and civilisation of Britain and Europe and the developed world. And the enemies are not only some of those living among us – but also the ones ruling over us, providing our news and policing us – ‘they’ – the enablers.
The more ‘they’ tell us we’re ‘Islamophobic’, the more ‘they’ tell us we’re ‘racists’, the more ‘they’ tell us that we have been immensely culturally enriched’ by the arrival of immigrants from Pakistan and other parts of the Islamic world; and the more we discover that these people (and some of their now-native children) are plotting not only to kill us, but to undermine our entire civilisation – the more vigilant we need to become.
Ignore the meaningless insults. Remember – it’s not ‘Islamophobia’ or ‘racism’ (since when was Islam a race?) when Muslim terrorists really are trying to kill you.
And to the West Midlands Police Anti Terror unit – you must surely now, at the very least, be coming around to the fact that it is Islam that fuels Islamic terrorism – and nothing else.
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