Luton ‘al-Qaeda inspired’ terrorists jailed for 44 years

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Terrorist: Zahid IqbalTerrorist: Zahid Iqbal

Published on 18/04/2013 12:31

Four al Qaeda-inspired terrorists who plotted to blow up a TA base in Luton with a bomb strapped to a remote controlled car were jailed for 44-and-a-half years today (April 18).

The Luton-based terror cell also discussed attacking MI5, the US Air Force, the English Defence League and The Mall in Luton.

Ringleader Zahid Iqbal, 31, of Bishopscote Road, helped organise for Jihadists to travel to Pakistan for extremism training through an al-Qaeda contact he had there.

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4 Replies to “Luton ‘al-Qaeda inspired’ terrorists jailed for 44 years”

  1. A total off 44 years in which to convert as many other prisoners to Islam as possible including the ones serving shorter sentences who will be out soon enough to commit acts of jihad.
    They should keep these mongrels separate from other prisoners!

  2. More of daily dose of Jihad from Iraq…

    Iraq violence: Baghdad cafe hit by deadly bomb attack (BBC, Apr 18, 2013)
    “At least 27 people, including two children, have been killed and dozens more injured in a bomb attack on a cafe in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, officials have said. A suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside the cafe in the west of the city, police said. No group has said it carried out the attack…”

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