sub menschlichen Dreck
Interesting don’t ya think, that even those who might not approve of the would be bombers, did NOT come forward in any way.
But of course, there are actually “moderates” among them. We just don’t hear from many and in any case the police sure don’t. That we know of anyway.
That raises a thought. What if there are those who are informing but are very quiet about it. They’d have to be, wouldn’t they?
In this case, it looks like we have dodged a bullet as much due to the bumbling of the untermenschen filth, as to good police work.
Take a look. And btw, the article at the link is a long and informative one with lots of photos.
I HATE the use of the word British applied to these scum. They are NOT Brits! Why oh why can’t the police simply shoot dead these bastards as soon as they are caught? Once all info is extracted from them if needed. They are food and space wasters. Wasters of resources with no honest claim to humanity or the right to be treated as though they are human. They are grubby sub menschlichen Dreck!
· Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, wanted ‘rival for 9/11’
· Ringleaders spent years travelling to Pakistan for ‘terror training’
· Al-Qaeda backed group made videos to play after they blew themselves up
· The terror cell raised funds by posing as bogus charity workers
· Plotted ‘spectacular campaign’ from dirty Birmingham headquarters
· Bugs planted in their safe house and car recorded their deadly plot
· Police then found explosives in Midlands when plan was at advanced stage
By Martin Robinson
Three British Muslims have been found guilty of planning a terrorist attack to rival 9/11 or 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, the trio were ‘central figures’ in an al-Qaeda backed extremist 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.
CONSPIRACY : WHY DID NO ONE IN PLOTTERS’ COMMUNITY TIP OFF POLICE?
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’.
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.’
I wonder if Ishaaq Hussain (UL) and Ishaaq Hussain (LR) are related in any way; they certainly have a bit of resemblance…
Mr Evilwrench if you can find the stats the incidence of genetic linked problems in places like Bradford with its high Pakistani population is far higher than in places where marrying your cousin is considered taboo. http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9714000/9714582.stm Not only are these people illiterate and unwilling to learn English but their perverted marriage practices leads to thousands of retards who become a lifetime burden on the state. I’m surprised the BBC even did a story on it. Much like grooming white girls http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9253016/Rochdale-grooming-trial-Asian-grooming-gangs-the-uncomfortable-issue.html which seems to be another muslim hobby, they generally steer clear of such stories.
Shoot them all in the head and bury them sewed up in pig carcass.