A Misunderstander of Islam expresses his misunderstanding of jihad in his will. He died of burns after trying to mount a jihad terror attack against the Glasgow airport.
“Airport blast man ‘left a will,'” from the BBC, November 6:
A man who died of burns following an attack at Glasgow airport left a will in which he warned of “hitting at the devil’s place”, a court has heard.
Woolwich Crown Court was told Kafeel Ahmed, 28, e-mailed a document to his brother Sameel to be read by his family in the event of his death.
Dr Mohammed Asha, 28, and Dr Bilal Abdulla, 29, deny conspiracy to murder.
The pair also deny charges of causing explosions relating to the alleged attempted car bombing in 2007….
Mr Ahmed died of extensive burns after the airport attack.
The jury heard that Mr Ahmed had sent a text message to his brother Sameel before the airport attack.
This directed Sameel to an e-mail account in which there were two messages.
One contained instructions to his brother, asking him to lie to the police about his whereabouts, suggesting that his brother use a story that he was in Iceland studying global warming.
There was a will to family members, details of which were read out in court.
In the document Kafeel wrote “me and some brothers are getting an opportunity to hit the devil’s place to the core, and this is what we tried with the help of Allah”.
He thanked his father for his strict upbringing, and said: “The call of Jihad was loud and open.”
He wrote to his mother: “Someone has to do something, why someone else, why not your son. So be generous and sacrifice your son.”…