Muslim who told BBC he wanted to be a homicide bomber becomes a homicide bomber -
He told the BBC he wanted to blow himself up in the process of killing infidels for Allah. Did the British authorities investigate him? Try him? Jail him? No, they let him go to the Islamic State, where he got his wish and murdered infidels in a homicide bombing attack. Probably the Brits thought it would have been “islamophobic” to try to stop him.
“Isis suicide bomber ‘from Derby’ kills eight in Iraq,”
A British man who previously told the BBC’s Panorama programme that he wanted to be a suicide bomber blew himself and eight others up in an attack in Iraq on Friday after joining Islamic State (Isis), according to a jihadi expert.
Kabir Ahmed, a father in his thirties from Derby, who went by the name of Abu Sumayyah, was responsible for the suicide bomb attack in the northern Iraqi town of Beiji that killed a senior police officer, according to a series of tweets by Shiraz Maher, a senior fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King’s College London. “British suicide bomber in Iraq Abu Sumayyah originally joined Jund al-Sham in Syria and then moved to Islamic State,” he tweeted.
Earlier this year, Ahmed was interviewed by Panorama, when he said “everyone is asking the Emir to push their name up” the list to become a suicide bomber. In 2012, Ahmed became the first man in the UK to be convicted of spreading gay hate materials.