“The incident started when Mohammed started being verbally aggressive towards members of the public in a local night club. He proceeded to get into his car and then ran over two men in their twenties, with whom he had a verbal disagreement.”
This doesn’t sound as if Asif Mohammed was a true believer determined to carry out the Islamic State’s call for vehicular jihad. At the same time, he comes from a culture that inculcates contempt and hatred for non-Muslims, and the righteousness of doing violence to them. This kind of action is going to be the result, and as Britain becomes ever more vibrant in its diversity, incidents like this one will become more and more common.
“Aylesbury Man Jailed For Running Down Soldiers,” Heart, March 9, 2018:
A man who ran over two soldiers in Aylesbury, after an argument at a nightclub, has been jailed for almost ten years.
They avoided serious injury in Buckingham Street in December – but Asif Mohammed then crashed his car after failing to stop for police.
The 30-year-old, from Discovery Street, has been sentenced to a total of nine years’ and eight months’ imprisonment.
Mohammed pleaded guilty to two counts of GBH with intent, one count of dangerous driving, one count of driving whilst disqualified, one count of possession of a bladed article, one count of possession of cannabis with intent to supply, one count of driving whilst over the prescribed, one count of driving with no insurance, one count of failing to stop for police and one count of driving with false number plates.
The conviction and sentencing relates to an incident on 14 December 2017 on Buckingham Street, Aylesbury, which happened at around 2.40am.
The incident started when Mohammed started being verbally aggressive towards members of the public in a local night club.
He proceeded to get into his car and then ran over two men in their twenties, with whom he had a verbal disagreement.
Both men, who are serving soldiers in the British Military, were hospitalised, but neither were seriously injured.
Mohammed then drove to a local petrol station, bought alcohol, racially abused members of the public and bragged that he had ran the two soldiers over.
Officers located him a short while later driving dangerously. He failed to stop for police, crashed his car and was arrested whilst trying to run off.
On arrest, officers found Mohammed was carrying a lock knife, and tests revealed him to be over the limit for alcohol. He also had a quantity of cannabis on him.
Mohammed was also driving whilst disqualified, had no insurance and was driving on fake number plates….