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Thursday, February 21, 2013

3 British Men Convicted Of Plotting Terror Bombings To Rival London's 7/7 Attacks

LONDON – Three young British Muslims have been convicted of plotting terrorist bomb attacks that prosecutors said were intended to be bigger than the 2005 London transit bombings.

A London jury found 27-year-old Irfan Khalid, 31-year-old Irfan Naseer and Ashik Ali, 27, of being central figures in the foiled plot to explode knapsack bombs.

Prosecutors said the men, fired up by the sermons of a US.-born Al Qaeda preacher, hoped to cause carnage on a mass scale. Their plot was undone by mishaps with money and logistics, and ended in a police counterterrorism swoop in 2011.


Anonymous said...

Britain better wake the hell up.

Anonymous said...

If you get caught plotting a bomb attack, they should simply strap a bomb to you and let it blow. You would have done it anyway, except this way, you don't kill civilians.

Anonymous said...

This is what you get by doing a drone attack and killing his son, who never was planning any attack, he was just there. "Blowback" is the term. Get used to it.