UK: Six good* Muslims plead guilty to planning terror attack on English Defence League rally with possible intent to assassinate EDL leader, Tommy Robinson

101122 EDL Court 194Six Muslims from the Birmingham area have pleaded guilty to plotting the attack on an EDL march in the West Yorkshire town of Dewsbury. The planned terror attack – possibly aimed at assassinating English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson – only failed because the rally being targeted finished earlier than planned and the would-be attackers turned up late.

*good, because their actions are sanctioned by the quran

Omar Mohammed Khan, 28, Mohammed Hasseen, 23, Anzal Hussain, 24, Mohammed Saud, 22, and Zohaib Ahmed, 22, and Jewel Uddin, 27, all British nationals, appeared at Woolwich Crown Court. The court heard they planned to ambush EDL marchers using shotguns, explosives, knives and swords.

The cache included two sawn-off shotguns and ammunition, as well as an improvised explosive device packed with 458 pieces of metal shrapnel, including nails. Police also found three partially constructed pipe bombs, samurai swords, machetes and numerous knives. Also in the boot of the car were 10 leaflets dated the June 30, the day of the planned attack.

Titled, ‘Operation in Defence of the Prophet Mohammed’, the leaflets set out the men’s justification for the planned attack. It read: “To the enemies of Allah and His Messenger. This is a message to the kuffar female devil, the self-proclaimed Queen Elizabeth and her accursed jubilee, fooling a nation of blind sheep. ” … To the EDL (English Drunkards League), enemies of Allah: Today is a day of retaliation for your blasphemy of Allah and his messenger Mohammed.