All the appeasement, all the pandering, all the praise of the Qur’an and Islam, all the covering up of crimes done by Muslims in accord with Sharia directives, and what do British authorities have to show for it? This. One would think that Britain’s peaceful Muslims, overflowing with gratitude to Cameron and May, would be working around the clock to stop this kind of thing. But instead — this.
“British police officers targeted by alleged Isil terrorists,” by Tom Whitehead, Telegraph, October 17, 2014:
British Islamist terrorists plotted to kill police officers or soldiers, possibly in a drive-by shooting on London streets, it was alleged.
Four British men were said to have sworn allegiance to the terrorist group Islamic State – also known as Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil).
They had allegedly obtained a handgun with a silencer to carry out the shootings. The plot was believed to include the use of a moped.
The men had images of two police officers and two police community support officers and had conducted “hostile reconnaissance” of a police station and a Territorial Army barracks in the capital, Scotland Yard said.
They were accused of planning to follow a fatwa by a senior Isil terrorist who called for followers to kill “disbelievers” in their home countries.
Details of the alleged plot emerged on Friday as the four men were charged with terrorist offences. A fifth man was charged with firearms offences linked to the plot. They were arrested as part of a series of raids across west and central London earlier this month. Only last week, police chiefs issued an unprecedented alert to officers to be extra vigilant for their own safety because of the heightened terror threat.
Tarik Hassane, 21, of Ladbroke Grove, west London, Suhaib Majeed, 20, of St John’s Wood, north London, Nyall Hamlett, 24, of Notting Hill, west London, and Momem Motasim, 21, of Bayswater, west London, were charged on Friday with intending to commit acts of terrorism or assisting others to do so.
Nathan Cuffy, 25, of Notting Hill, west London, was charged with unlawfully passing on a handgun and ammunition.
Three of the men are said to be former classmates from the same London school.
An unusually detailed charge sheet issued by Scotland Yard said the four charged under the Terrorism Act had allegedly sworn an allegiance to Islamic State and had Instagram images of two Metropolitan Police officers and two Metropolitan Police community support officers.
They were said to have carried out “hostile reconnaissance” of Shepherd’s Bush Police Station and White City Territorial Army Barracks in London using Google Street View.
They were also accused of downloading, circulating and “considering or deciding” to act on a “fatwa of Al Adnani”. Abu Muhammad al-Adnani is a leader and spokesman for Isil who has issued a call for mujahideen, or Islamic warriors, in Europe, America, Australia and Canada, to kill “the disbeliever, whether he is civilian or military”.
He urges them to do so in “any manner or way”….