ISIS magazines discovered by traffic police on man’s phone during investigation into minor car crash

Gruesome terror manuals were discovered on the phone of a driver by traffic police who were investigating the cause of a minor road accident.

Officers had confiscated the device from Fahim Adam, 32, as he lay in hospital after his Audi car ploughed into a wall, to see if he was texting at the time of the crash.

Unexpectedly, they found two editions of the Isil propaganda publication “Rumiyah” which gave Jihadists tips on how to carry out random “lone wolf” knife attacks to ensure “maximum terror”.