By Northernscot-Eleven enemies of Britain and British people have been sentenced to lengthy jail terms for planning an attack which was to rival the 7th July and 9/11 murders.
The Judge said that one of the leaders of the cell (coward’s and traitors) wanted part of Birmingham to be a “little war zone.”
The anti-British group leaders were Irfan Naseer, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali.
Naseer were sentence to life with a minimum of 18 years, Khalid received 18 years and Ali only 15 years.
Rahin Ahmed received 12 years, with a further 5 on licence, Ashik Ali`s older brother, Bahader was given 6 years, Mohammed Rizwan and Mujahid Hussain were given 4 years each.
Four of the group had travelled to Pakistan for terrorist training but on arrival at the camp during August 2011 had second thoughts. Ishaaq Hussain, Shahid Khan, Naweed Ali and Khobaib Hussain each received 40 months inside.
Detectives believe that the terror plot was the most significant since the 2006 conspiracy to blow up Transatlantic airliners using bombs disguised as soft drinks.
It is believed that the anti-British cell was planning to set off up to 8 rucksacks, using timers to detonate them. The Judge Mr Justice Henriques told one of the leaders, Naseer, that “Your plot had the blessing of al-Qaeda and you intended to further the aims of al-Qaeda.”
Khalid, Ali and Rahin Ahmed have been given 5 years on licence, which means that if after they are released they break the licence conditions, they will be sent back to jail.
We in the Scottish BNP believe that these traitors, and they are, as they planned to kill and injury British citizens on British soil, should serve their sentences in full.
They then should have their British passports removed from each of them and deported to whatever Islamic paradise they want to go to.
They have forfeited their right to be British by declaring war on our people and land. They should have no right to remain in our democracy.
We call upon the British Government to look at bringing in legislation that will allow removal of British citizenship to anyone who plans or takes part in terrorist activity.
Forty Muslim groups in Birmingham have distanced themselves quickly from the action of these traitors saying in a statement “We have consistently opposed and openly challenged individuals and organisations preaching messages of hate and division.”