Iranian National Admits to Planning Terror Attacks in Germany

(Guardian-UK) Amy Walker - Fatah Mohammed Abdullah, 35, a British-Iranian living in Newcastle, has admitted to inciting people to commit terror attacks in Germany and buying explosive equipment. He bought more than 8,000 matches, fireworks, fuses, explosives precursors, and a remote control detonator. His intention was to help Omar Babek and Ahmed Hussein commit acts of terrorism, a Liverpool crown court heard on Friday. Charges state that in 2018 he encouraged others to drive a car into a crowd, attack people with a meat cleaver, and set off bombs. He also searched for guides to explosives online and tested a remote detonation system.

2020-03-23 00:00:00

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