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Friday, January 01, 2016
“I am Muslim, do you trust me enough for a hug?” guy jailed for threatening to bomb MP’s house
It isn’t mentioned in this article, but when he wasn’t threatening to smash the windows and bomb the home of the “dirty pig f*****g whore” MP, he was out holding a sign that read, “I am Muslim, I am labelled a terrorist, I trust you, do you trust me enough for a hug?” Muhammad Mujahid Islam clearly has a keenly developed sense of irony.
“Muslim convert who threatened to bomb Tory MP’s home after Syria airstrikes vote jailed,” by John Chapman, Express, December 30, 2015
Craig Wallace, also known as Muhammad Mujahid Islam, threatened to find Ms Leslie’s home and “show her what it’s like to murder innocents, you dirty pig f*****g whore.”
The 23-year-old from Willesden Green in north London, who converted to Islam while inside serving more than four years for attempted robbery, posted the threatening messages to the MP for Bristol North West just three weeks after being released.
He wrote on a existing thread on The UK Truth Movement Facebook page: “I’m going to smash her windows and drop a bomb on her house when she is tucked up in bed, you dirty f*****g pig shagging s***.
“By the way love you’re f*****g hideous.”
In a second message he went on: “I’m going into find her and show her what it’s like to murder innocents, you dirty pig f*****g whore.”
The court heard the posts were seen by the MPs father and he reported them to the police.
At an earlier hearing Wallace pleaded guilty to sending malicious communications and today he was jailed for eight weeks at Willesden Magistrates Court.
Sentencing him today, Judge Mark Jabbit said: “You pleaded guilty on the first occasion.
“You personalised a very very very serious debate by using vile, and I would say misogynistic language towards a sitting MP in a public forum, which no doubt caused distress.”…
The court previously heard he had mental health issues and was taking “anti-psychotic medication for a personality disorder.”
Wallace is said to have posted the messages after he had been out protesting against the Syrian air strike vote for “two or three days and had very little sleep and had not taken his medication”….
Wallace, of Teignmouth Road was jailed for eight weeks but has served half his sentence already and will be released soon.