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(Independent)   "He was then to "decorate main palace", meet family and friends, feast repeatedly, go to the market, "spend time with wives" and embark on quests. Meeting Allah did not make the list until point number seven"   (independent.co.uk) divider line
    More: Weird, Terrorism, Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, Jihad, Police, Undercover, Chowdhury's bedroom, terror attacks, undercover officers  
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2020-07-09 9:34:18 PM  
Well, meeting God is pretty intimidating, wanna pump up that confidence by having your own personal RPG adventure first.
 
2020-07-09 9:36:41 PM  
When I make plans to meet Allah, usually I make sure I don't ruin the dinner conversation.

"Did you murder innocent people?"
"Well, depends on your definition of murder and innocent!"
"I'm Allah! You're an idiot, to Hellfire you go! I will be fair though, I am sending you a companion; Andy Dick!"
 
2020-07-09 9:38:13 PM  
The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.

The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.

The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.
 
2020-07-09 9:39:04 PM  
Moby Dick, Incel jihadi.
 
2020-07-09 9:48:09 PM  

Gordon Bennett: The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.

The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.

The court heard that he used a book co-written by the English Defence League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson and YouTube videos by anti-Muslim activists to claim violent jihad was mandated by the Quran.


Yeah.

I read the article and did not find a single sentence about him coordinating with any Muslim-inspired organizations or conspiracies. The guy sounded  very sad, very lonely, very gullible, very angry. Maybe like he is developmentally delayed and thinks the way a nine year old thinks? Nothing made him sound like a jihadi.
 
2020-07-09 9:52:03 PM  
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2020-07-09 9:56:19 PM  

Alebak: Well, meeting God is pretty intimidating, wanna pump up that confidence by having your own personal RPG adventure first.


It's been years and years, but in God of War, you don't kill your first god boss until halfway through, right?
 
2020-07-09 9:56:29 PM  
"Jihad banter"
 
2020-07-09 10:12:03 PM  

claudius: "Jihad banter"


I think they're playing Coachella next year.
 
2020-07-09 10:13:33 PM  
"Bollocks, I'm a liability! I am the Invisible Jihadi! They seek him here, they seek him there, but here's not there, he's blowing up your slag sister!"

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2020-07-09 10:24:21 PM  
You know, you could always do something just as damaging to yourself like a public hunger strike to call attention to the problems Muslims face and not only do you have a fair chance of doIng some good and living to see it, you can also die a martyr and people would actually think you were a courageous hero.
 
2020-07-09 10:34:55 PM  
Incels.... incels everywhere!
 
2020-07-09 10:46:11 PM  
Sounds to me like the guy needs mental health. I hope he gets it.
 
2020-07-09 10:56:30 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: Nothing made him sound like a jihadi.


Well, except the whole "slashing police with a sword" thing...

/pretty common in China as well, mostly knives over there
 
2020-07-09 11:12:25 PM  
The chicken-shop worker had slashed police officers with a sword outside Buckingham Palace in August 2017, but was acquitted of a terror offence at a retrial after claiming he was depressed and wanted to be shot dead.

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2020-07-10 1:08:49 AM  

Glorious Golden Ass: You know, you could always do something just as damaging to yourself like a public hunger strike to call attention to the problems Muslims face and not only do you have a fair chance of doIng some good and living to see it, you can also die a martyr and people would actually think you were a courageous hero.


Not trying to be snarky, but a public hunger strike does not look so damaging to him...
 
2020-07-10 5:18:40 AM  

Bacon of Hope and Justice: Sounds to me like the guy needs mental health. I hope he gets it.


Would you say kamikaze pilots were mentally ill?
 
2020-07-10 7:42:14 AM  

Oztemprom: Glorious Golden Ass: You know, you could always do something just as damaging to yourself like a public hunger strike to call attention to the problems Muslims face and not only do you have a fair chance of doIng some good and living to see it, you can also die a martyr and people would actually think you were a courageous hero.

Not trying to be snarky, but a public hunger strike does not look so damaging to him...


Go ahead an be snarky. That fat pos has it coming. I'm sure the Brits will stuff him with halal prison food. I'm getting a kick out of posters who have no knowledge of Islam and feel that his murderous impulses were fueled by anti-jihadist western commentary. Wonder which mosque the peri-peri man attended?
 
2020-07-10 7:45:14 AM  

Bacon of Hope and Justice: Sounds to me like the guy needs mental health. I hope he gets it.


Kindly old Dr. Bear feels like he needed to get laid more than anything else.I hope he gets kicked square in the balzac.
 
2020-07-10 8:00:34 AM  
There is interior design in heaven? Like one is going to get to the kingdom of an omnipotent being, the eternal glorious afterlife and be like "this is a bit tacky, let'shiat up Pottery Barn and maybe get some new curtains too..."

I will never understand the painfully small mentality of religious people.
 
2020-07-10 9:32:42 AM  

tjsands1118: There is interior design in heaven? Like one is going to get to the kingdom of an omnipotent being, the eternal glorious afterlife and be like "this is a bit tacky, let'shiat up Pottery Barn and maybe get some new curtains too..."

I will never understand the painfully small mentality of religious people.


Well, given the strong determination of many throughout history to bury valuable objects with the rotting corpse, curtains might not pose a problem. Grave goods for $500, Alex.
 
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