First there was the jihad attack on the Eagles of Death Metal concert in Paris. Then there was the jihad massacre at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Shortly after that in Costa Rica, another jihad plot targeting another Ariana Grande concert was uncovered. Music festivals in Europe are now a common Islamic target. Jihad murderers are targeting young people, hoping that by killing our children, they will sow maximum terror in the hearts of the kuffar, as the Quran commands them to do.
Meanwhile, the airwaves and Internet news sites are still filled with articles handwringing about islamofauxbia and “backlash.” An uninformed person might get the idea that “islamophobia” was a bigger threat than jihad violence. Stories like this show the reality.
This teenage Muslim would-be mass murderer researched security procedures at the Bieber concert. They’re not interested in random mayhem. They want to maximize the carnage.
“Lloyd Gunton locked up for Bieber terror plot,” BBC, March 2, 2018 (thanks to RN):
A 17-year-old boy who was “hours away from committing an act of atrocity” in Cardiff has been detained indefinitely and must serve at least 11 years.
Lloyd Gunton was arrested after researching the security arrangements of a Justin Bieber concert, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
The jury was told he plotted to commit mass murder in an Islamic State-inspired vehicle attack.
Police investigated after he uploaded terror-related social media posts.
Gunton, from near Llantrisant, south Wales, was arrested after he uploaded social media content to photo-sharing social media site Instagram in late June 2017 which promoted jihad and supported al-Qaeda.
The former A-level student, who has an autism diagnosis, had published images of terrorists, as well as pictures of the so-called Islamic State flag, and photos encouraging a terrorist attack in Cardiff.
Police found the password for the account was “truck attack”.
One post read: “May Allah bring terrorism to Cardiff on 30th June.”
He had researched how to carry out a vehicle ramming attack and how to stab and kill and had also looked into the security arrangements of the Justin Bieber concert in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
His internet history included searches for “Isis beheading video”, “how to create a terror attack” and “what does getting shot feel like”.
When arrested, the teenager was found with a gutting knife and a hammer in his school rucksack, and the “martyrdom letter” said he was a “soldier of the Islamic state” and “more attacks will follow”.
He was found guilty of one charge of engaging in the preparation of a terrorist act, two charges of encouraging terrorism, and a further two charges of possessing terrorist information….
The judge said Gunton’s diagnosis of autism made him “something of a loner and someone more easily impressed by the things you read on the internet”….
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