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Six Muslim immigrants convicted of plotting race war in Britain


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From UK Mail Online…

Six British jihadists plotted to blow up an English Defence League rally to spark a ‘tit-for-tat spiral of violence and terror’, a court heard yesterday.

The extremists wanted to ‘execute a terrible vengeance’ on the far-Right group for its ‘blasphemous words and actions’ against Islam.

The six planned to attack the EDL with a nail bomb, shotguns, samurai swords and knives.

They drove from their homes in Birmingham on June 30 last year to set off the bomb at a rally in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

However, the meeting finished early and by the time the six arrived the 750 EDL members had left.

Anti-terrorist officers were unaware of the plot and the six were only caught by chance because their car was uninsured.

Mrs Cheema said the group set out their intentions in a ‘chilling’ document called Operation in Defence of the Prophet Muhammad.

It called the Queen a ‘female devil’ and accused her of ‘fooling a nation of blind sheep to your self-proclaimed royalty and majesty’ by holding the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Addressing the EDL, it said: ‘We love death more than you love life. You are a people who are worse than animals. The penalty for blasphemy of Allah and his Messenger Muhammad is death.’