A Muslim convert who tried to join ISIS kept a diary detailing how he wanted to buy a nine-year-old slave girl.
In the diary found on his phone Patrick Kabele, from Willesden in north London, also said he had a ‘death wish’ and wanted to die young.
Jurors at Woolwich Crown Court, where the 32-year-old is on trial for a terrorism offence, heard Kabele was stopped as he tried to board a Pegasus Airlines flight from Gatwick to Istanbul, Turkey on August 20 with £3,000 in cash.
“Modest wear”. New euphamism? As opposed to “infidel slut wear”, I suppose. The comments are interesting. There’s a very long-winded chap who can’t figure out why the British aren’t more accommodating to the poor innocent Muslims they callously tricked into enriching them (as is my understanding).
Growing threat of far-right extremism in Britain’, warned a London Evening Standard’s front page this week. Normally, statistics related to the government’s Prevent Strategy, under which people are reported to the police for expressing extreme views, are met with suspicion and criticism. Not this time. Apparently, 25 per cent of Prevent cases now deal with people expressing far-right views, an increase from last year’s 15 per cent of cases. David Anderson QC said the large numbers being identified as far-right sympathisers, among adults and children, illustrated the growing danger posed to Britain by the far-right.
A candidate in the Stoke byelection has been arrested on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred.
The byelection has been mired in scandal in recent days with Ukip’s candidate failing to turn up for a hustings and Labour’s candidate apologising for posting a series of abusive tweets aimed at women.
Barbara Fielding, 78, who is standing as an independent, was arrested after a complaint about her website, which calls for all immigrants to be repatriated and warns of a “seeping tide of Islamic warriors”. Police seized her mobile phone and computer and later released her on bail until next month.