Daily Mail reported A secret bugging device at the home of an Islamic fanatic convicted of a plot to kidnap and behead a British Muslim soldier recorded his attempts to teach his five-year-old son how to perform a beheading, it has been revealed.
It is nice that a parent is involved with his son's education, but maybe teaching him the alphabet and how to add two and two would better prepare him for life in the 21st century.Parviz Khan was jailed for life today for his involvement in the plot. In mitigation, Michael Wolkind QC, defending Khan, told the court that his client's plot had been a "mixture of fanaticism and fantasy".
And that is supposed to make s feel better?"His plan might have changed had British foreign policy changed," he said. "He might have withdrawn if the British troops were withdrawn."
And he might not, since they would still be kuffars
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