Despite Prime Minister Theresa May’s submission to Islam, jihadists plotted to assassinate her. She banned me because of my opposition to jihad terror. Islamic hate preachers and inciters to jihad are welcomed into Great Britain but counter-jihad experts and scholars such as Robert Spencer are banned.
Bangladeshi terror suspect, 20, ‘who plotted to bomb Downing Street and kill Theresa May after sending a self-promotional video in a bid to join ISIS’ appears in court
- Two men suspected of conspiring to attack Downing Street with a bomb
- Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, allegedly wanted to attack PM with knife
- Alleged helper Mohammad Aqib Imran, 21, said to have been trying to join ISIS
- Investigators suspect the plan was to detonate a bomb disguised as a bag
- Rahman planned to rush in with knives, pepper spray and explosive suicide vest
By Martin Robinson, Uk Chief Reporter For Mailonline, 20 December 2017:
Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, was allegedly planning to blow up the front gates and then rush in with knives, pepper spray and an explosive suicide vest to kill the Prime Minister.
He was charged with preparing acts of terrorism following his arrest in Kensington where police say he allegedly was carrying homemade inert bombs on November 28.
He faces a six-week trial in June along with alleged accomplice Mohammad Aqib Imran, 21, who is said to have been trying to join ISIS and downloaded ‘How to survive in the West – a Mujahid’s guide’.
According to charges Rahman recorded a pledge of allegiance to Isis and went on a reconnaissance mission in Whitehall before ‘delivering a rucksack and bag to be fitted with improvised explosive devices’.
The indictment states he then collected the rucksack and bag ‘with a view to committing attacks’.
On 28 November counter terror cops arrested Rahman and Mohammed Imran, 21, who allegedly saved up £3,600 to get a fake Libyan passport so he could sneak abroad for terrorist purposes.
Imran is also accused of keeping a Isis sponsorship video filmed by Rahman.
The pair appeared at the Old Bailey today via video link from HMP Belmarsh and spoke only to identify themselves.
Downing Street is guarded by armed police and two sets of metal gates that the terror suspect is said to have wanted to blow up
Judge Charles Haddon-Cave said: ‘After discussing this matter with counsel I have fixed your trial for the 18 June next year for four-five weeks in the Old Bailey before me, and there will be a preparatory hearing on the 4 May again in the Old Bailey.
‘Meanwhile you are both remanded in custody.’
Rahman, of Finchley, North London, faces to counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist attacks.
Imran, of Sparkhill, Birmingham, faces one count of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist attacks.
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