Palestinian, 39, who got asylum in Britain because of racial persecution in his home country ranted at foreign restaurant staff calling them ‘Iranian and Pakistani b*****ds’
A Palestinian man who got asylum in Britain because of racial persecution in his home country ranted at foreign restaurant staff, calling them ‘Iranian and Pakistani b*****ds and motherf***ers’.
Riyad Hantouli, 39, who has avoided jail, was repeatedly arrested after he racially abused restaurant staff working at night near his flat in Manchester whenever he tried to get free food at their eateries.
A teenager has admitted plotting to bomb targets in London, having researched potential targets including Buckingham Palace and an Elton John concert.
Haroon Syed, 19, pleaded guilty on Thursday at the Old Bailey. Syed was “researching, planning and attempting to source” materials for homemade explosive devices for use in the UK.
The court heard how Syed tried to get weapons online, including a bomb vest or explosives, and trawled the web to find a busy area in the capital such as Oxford Circus to launch a mass casualty attack.
Syed was caught chatting online with officers from the British Security Service, who posed as a fellow extremist who could help him source the weapons.
Man arrested over incident in Whitehall near parliament
A man has been arrested after an incident in Whitehall, central London, close to parliament.
Police said they were investigating the circumstances that led the man to attract the attention of officers.
Officers and police tape blocked off the area. A scenes of crime officer in a blue suit could be seen taking pictures of what appeared to be a knife on the ground of the traffic island in the middle of the road.
Long-awaited report into attack finds Reyaad Khan was prolific Isis recruiter
Reyaad Khan, a British member of Islamic State killed in an RAF drone strike in Syria, posed a “very serious threat to the UK”, according to a long-delayed parliamentary committee report.
But the committee chairman expressed “profound” disappointment at the lack of access to ministerial decision-making material and to other primary evidence that made it impossible to conduct a complete investigation.
A prominent British imam has backed UKIP’s “courageous” new policy to ban the Islamic face veil, saying “the major political parties do not have the foresight or fortitude to tackle this toxic gateway ideology”.
Dr. Taj Hargey, director of the Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford, did not comment on other elements UKIP’s new “integration agenda”, but echoed the party’s arguments by insisting veiling was a “cultural” rather than spiritual practice “imported” from “backward places”.
PARENTS were left terrified for their children’s safety after a village primary school had its website taken over by Islamic hackers.
Turkish hacking group Ayyildiz Tim are said to be anti-Christian, anti-Israel and strongly anti-American.
But they managed to bypass web security at North Mundham Primary School near Chichester, West Sussex, over the weekend, writing pro-Turkish slogans and warning readers: “Allah will not know the fear of the prophet”.
The city of Birmingham in the West Midlands, the heart of England, the place where the Industrial Revolution began, the second city of the UK and the eighth-largest in Europe, today is Britain’s most dangerous city. With a large and growing Muslim population, five of its electoral wards have the highest levels of radicalization and terrorism in the country.