These are 2 reports from Jihadwatch about the planned mass murder in Britain by Jihadists.
No reports on this from the Fascist Left. Indymedia. SWP, and many others I have looked up…nothing.
They just ignore the reality because the reality does not fit in with their dogma, the dogma being that Islam is revolutionary and potentially socialist because it opposes American Imperialism.
The Fascist Left often add the word “objectively” against American Imperialism. And they think “potentially” socialist.
It is all total rubbish and is an insult to socialist, materialist, truthful thought.
If these bombs had gone off as the Jihadists planned! Look at the London tube bombings and the Madrid train bombings? it was workers of all ages and professional working people who were caught up and if they went off today in Madrid it would be a large percentage of unemployed working class youth.
This present left is absurd!
And they wonder why some people seem to dislike Islam. “‘Jihadists talked of building an Ultimate Mowing Machine,'” by Paul Cheston for the London Evening Standard, October 23 (thanks to Jay):
A jihadist gang accused of plotting suicide bombings more devastating than the 7/7 attacks on London talked of building an ‘Ultimate Mowing Machine’ to kill and maim.Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, from Birmingham, have pleaded not guilty to engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorist acts.
But the prosecution claims that in covert recordings made by police after the men returned from Pakistan they are heard talking about putting sharp blades on the front of a truck and “running” into people, the court heard.
Recorded speaking on September 10, they discussed an idea for a weapon that had been published in an outlawed extremist online magazine called Inspire under the headline “The Ultimate Mowing Machine”.
It was an article the prosecution said the defendants were clearly aware of.
Naseer said: “So Ashik, it feel like I’ve been driving a monster truck, you know.”
Khalid said: “Yeah and do what AQ (al Qaida) said, put that blades at the front of it and trample on everyone.”
He continued later: “Just drive it into people in (a) crowded area.”
The men also discussed what would happen to their bodies after they had been martyred in a suicide attack, the court heard.
In what the prosecution caled a “very telling exchange”, they discussed where they would be buried in Birmingham while being watched by surveillance officers driving through the Small Heath area of Birmingham on September 11 last year.
Khalid said: “”Nah, I’m just thinking… most likely it’ll be Handsworth (cemetery), if there’s a body left.”
Naseer replied: “One thing, one thing, remember, once that once you done, it doesn’t matter where you get buried, innit.”
Mr Altman said: “The exchange puts beyond doubt that they were planning a suicide attack.”
Khalid and Naseer also talked about people “getting killed” in their local area and how no one would come there any more because it would be a “little war zone”, the court heard.
Khalid was recorded saying: “This earth here ain’t ever be the same, how these people think that, all everyone’s gonna be merry merry kuffar are gonna come and eat and drink here, it’s not gonna happen, because after we’ve done, Insha’Allah, yeah, after later on, yeah.”
He added: “These people are gonna be getting killed and that here, there’s gonna be little war zone, yeah.”
In another conversation he described Westerners as evil, saying: “All I’m saying is look how much hatred they have for Islam.
“That does make you go mad.”
Yes, and just look at the love overflowing from these guys, and see how unjustified that hatred is!
The men were recorded taking a large flatscreen television to their flat, on which to watch violent videos.They were also heard boasting that they had been contacted by a potential “investor” who they hoped might give them up to £10,000.
A Dawah charity shop was going to be used as a cover to recruit more people to their cause and they planned to set up charity stalls selling cakes and perfume in Coventry, Leicester and Walsall.
Naseer was recorded talking about the September 11 al Qaida bombers and how they increased their iman (faith) by “doing 10 (chapters of the Koran) a day”, while talking to an associate….
“Terror trial: Estranged wife wanted to be ‘fourth lion,'” from the BBC, October 25 (thanks to all who sent this in):
The estranged wife of a man accused of plotting a terror attack offered herself as a helper in an attempt to win him back, a court has heard.In a reference to the spoof film Four Lions, Salma Kabal asked Ashik Ali if she could be the “fourth lion”, Woolwich Crown Court was told.
Brian Altman, QC, prosecuting, said she was snubbed by him and is not on trial.
Mr Ali, 27, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Irfan Naseer, 31, all from Birmingham, deny preparing for terrorist acts.
The jury has heard the trio planned to set off a series of suicide bombs in an attack which prosecutors said would have dwarfed the 7 July 2005 bombings in London and two of the men had received terror training in Pakistan.
Mr Altman told the jury Ms Kabal did not know what the group were planning as Mr Ali withheld details from her.
She offered to be the “lioness” of the group, the court heard.
Mr Ali told his wife he wanted to fight the jihad – or holy war – overseas but did not want to get her involved, the court heard.
Mr Ali said he still loved her but said he did not think she could adapt to fight the jihad abroad, and made reference to drone strikes, the court heard.
Mr Altman said the group made reference to the film Four Lions, in which a group of incompetent terrorists wear fancy dress in a comedy plot, and Mr Ali laughingly told his wife: “Oh, you think this is a flipping Four Lions. We’re one man short, there’s three of us. We ain’t Four Lions yet.”
Ms Kabal replied: “I’ll be your fourth one.”
Mr Ali said: “You can’t be the fourth one.”
Ms Kabal said: “Lioness.”
Mr Altman said: “That may be the arithmetic in the context of the film title, but the comment, couched in a joke, and made in order to divert her, is telling.
“It is telling because it reveals, we suggest, the truth, that there were three of them together but they were not planning a trip abroad to fight jihad.”
The prosecution claims Mr Naseer and Mr Khalid went to the Taliban stronghold of Waziristan, in Pakistan, in the summer of 2011 for training.
In another echo of a plotline in the 2010 film, Mr Ali joked with his wife about blowing up Muslims in Birmingham, the court heard.
As Ms Kabal tried to ask him again about his alleged plans, Mr Ali said: “The General Saab, you know, the command we send from high above, innit, hierarchy is that you should blow your Muslims up man, yeah.
“Blow up all the Muslims around Alum Rock up innit and Washwood Heath and Aston”.
The court heard the group discussed various alternatives to a bomb attack, including mixing poisons into Vaseline or Nivea and then rubbing it on car doors, in an attempt to kill “about 1,000 people”.
In a bugged conversation, the court heard, Mr Naseer recalled: “You know like the door handles on a whole, imagine putting it on whole like area innit overnight and when they come in the morning to work they start touching the, they open the door and then five minutes they die man, all of them start dying and that, kill about 1,000 people.”…