U.K POLICE ARRESTED ALAMGIR’S GROUP IN LUTON
An undercover officer recorded extremists allegedly urging young men and children to fight the West. The undercover agent infiltrated the suspected cell in Luton, meeting in front rooms and an Anglican church hall.
Men were heard calling for support for ISIS on the anniversary of the London 7/7 bombings A radical preacher said: ‘The sun is setting on the British Empire and the sun is rising on the Islamic State.’
The speaker warned that homosexuals faced ‘high buildings’ – a reference to gay men murdered in Syria by being hurled off roofs – and said not to trust non-Muslims as they will ‘stab you in the back’ (see also – Luton Cell ).
Details of a police operation emerged as four men, including Mohammed Alamfgir, appeared before Westminster magistrates on terror offences.
Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir, born in 1979,The son of a British Rail engineer who came toU.K from Pakistan. He grew up in a moderate, middle-class Muslim family in Luton. Alamgir excelled at the local Denbigh High School and was selected to attend a science masterclass at Cambridge University. After going to university, he went on to marry, have two children and find work as an accountant for the Inland Revenue in Luton.
It was then that he met Omar Bakri Muhammad. Within two years, he had changed his name to Sayful Islam – which means Sword of Islam – and had become a full-time activist, living off job seekers allowance.
After The 9/11, Alamgir displayed posters around the town celebrating the ” Magnificent 19″ hijackers. After the Al-Muhajiroun group was banned and Bakri fled, he changed his name to Abu Saif.
Related topics ;
12/2015 – STABBING IN LONDON’S TUBE RELATED TO SYRIA
11/2015 – 3 ARRESTED IN BLACKFRAIRS, CENTAL LONDON
11/2015 –BRITISH JIHADIST LESLEY DAVIS ARRESTED IN TURKEY
10/2015 – JIHADI THREAT ON U.K AT A LEVEL “UNPRECEDENTED”