Monday, December 11, 2017

Muslim migrant who worked at Heathrow Airport jailed for “animalistic” bid to rape passed-out student

“Somali refugee, 24, who worked at Heathrow Airport’s Caffè Nero is jailed for nine years after his ‘animalistic’ bid to rape a drunken 22-year-old student while she lay passed out on his bed,” by Isobel Frodsham, Mailonline, December 7, 2017:
A refugee has been jailed for nine years for his ‘animalistic’ rape bid of a drunken student who passed-out on his bed.
Abdourahman Amadeo, 24, shouted ‘Get this h** out of my bed,’ after attempting to rape the young woman at his Hounslow home in December 2015.
During a hearing at Isleworth Crown Court, the jury heard the victim and a female friend had partied at the nearby Club K and believed they were getting a lift home from one of Amadeo’s pal’s when they were taken to the address at 4.30am.
Recorder Sallie Bennett-Jenkins QC told the court: ‘It was an attempted rape committed in the most callous of circumstances.
‘She was enjoying an evening out with friends. She did consume alcohol and there is no criticism of her in this respect.
‘We have CCTV footage and we can see she was extremely vulnerable, she was falling over, she could barely stand and fell, cutting her legs, on the way to your home.
‘There was a specific targeting here of a vulnerable victim. She was obviously under the influence of alcohol to a great extent.
‘She could not walk and her incapacitation due to alcohol makes her a person of particular vulnerability.
‘In your room she either fell asleep or passed into unconsciousness and is spared the recollection of what you did to her, without her consent, yet this is the thing that haunts her.
‘You took that chance to prey upon this young woman who was obviously unable to give consent to any sexual conduct.
‘You should be thoroughly utterly disgusted with your conduct. You tried to rape a woman you barely knew.’
‘She was and is tortured by what happened to her….
Amadeo, who worked at Heathrow Airport’s Caffe Nero, was born in Somalia but he and his parents fled to Italy as refugees.
Once he was given citizenship, he moved to the UK….

Sunday, December 10, 2017

British children as young as FOUR are being targeted by ISIS spelling app which says 'B is for bullet, R is for rocket, G is for gun'

  • The spelling app was recommended for kids at a London Islamic Studies school
  • The study app, also used by children of ISIS fighters, teaches users Arabic script
  • It features lessons saying 'taa' is for talaqa (bullet) and 'siin' is for sarokh (rocket)
  • Counter-terror chiefs were alerted when a teacher asked for study aids online
Children as young as four at a British school are being targetet by an ISIS spelling app that features photos of bullets, rockets and guns.
The app was suggested for students at an Islamic Studies school in London who are learning Arabic script after a teacher asked for study aid recommendations on Facebook.
In images of IS's Spelling Teacher app, 'S' is shown to stand for 'sarukh' - the Arabic word for a rocket - while others follow a similar rule with cartoons of bullets - 'dhakheera' in Arabic - and an axe, translated as 'fas'.
ISIS has released an app teaching the Arabic alphabet to its 'cubs of the caliphate' - using cartoon images of weaponry including a rocket or 'Sarukh' (pictured)Also featured is a tank or 'Dababa'
ISIS has released an app teaching the Arabic alphabet to its 'cubs of the caliphate' - using cartoon images of weaponry including a rocket or 'Sarukh' and a tank or 'Dababa' 

The app app used a picture for a sword (left) - Sayf in ArabicAlso used was an image of a cannon (right) - or Mudfae
The app app used a picture for a sword (left) - Sayf in Arabic - and an image of a cannon (right) - or Mudfae - to illustrate its alphabet
The Arabic letter 'D' is represented by the word 'dababa' - or tank - and shown along with a picture of an armoured vehicle.
The sinister illustrations are blended in with pictures more frequently associated with child learning including balloons, flowers and types of food. 
A promotional video for the product shows young children using the app on tablets. 
Counter-terror officials were alerted to the app when a female teacher asked for study aid recommendations for students aged four to 14 on Facebook.

The woman used the fake name Safiyyah Huyay, one of Muhammad's wives, when she asked for recommendations.

Facebook member Jihadi Abu Bakr al Janabi suggested she try out the Spelling Teacher app, created for children of IS fighters.
The app was used to teach students at an Islamic Studies school in London Arabic script for different letters of the alphabet. Other letters in the alphabet follow a similar rule with cartoon illustrations including bullets - 'dhakheera' in ArabicAlso featured is an axe, translated as 'fas'
The app was used to teach students at an Islamic Studies school in London Arabic script for different letters of the alphabet. Other letters in the alphabet follow a similar rule with cartoon illustrations including bullets (left) - 'dhakheera' in Arabic - and an axe (right), translated as 'fas'
Counter-terror officials were alerted to the app when a female teacher asked for study aid recommendations for students aged four to 14 on FacebookA promotional video for the product, which fatures fire and a gun to represent letters of the alphabet, shows young children using the app on tablets
Counter-terror officials were alerted to the app when a female teacher asked for study aid recommendations for students aged four to 14 on Facebook. A promotional video for the product, which fatures fire and a gun to represent letters of the alphabet, shows young children using the app on tablets

The messages were reportedly seen by The Middle East Media Research Institute, which works with US intelligence. UK counter-terror officials have reportedly been informed.

In the online correspondence, which is not public on Facebook to people who are not the woman's friends, the teacher references the Home office seizing her passport for extremism.

Distributing publications with the intent of encouraging terrorism is an offence. 
Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke told The Sun: 'Anyone who sanctions the use of an app that encourages terrorism and indoctrinates children has no place in teaching.

'I'd hope the governing body would step in and the school be monitored by Ofsted.'

The app was released by the ISIS propaganda department the Library of Zeal last year on the encrypted messaging service Telegram as well as on other file sharing websites, according to the Long War Journal.

The app also includes games helping children to write Arabic letters and words while a cappella songs with jihadist terminology play in the background. 


A woman used the fake name Safiyyah Huyay, one of prophet Muhammad's wives, when she asked for study aid recommendations for studentsFacebook member Jihadi Abu Bakr al Janabi suggested she try out the Spelling Teacher app, created for children of IS fighters.
A woman used the fake name Safiyyah Huyay, one of prophet Muhammad's wives, when she asked for study aid recommendations for students. 
Facebook member Jihadi Abu Bakr al Janabi suggested she try out the Spelling Teacher app, created for children of IS fighters

Thousands of children and teenagers, including large numbers of girls, have been referred to Britain's often-criticised counter-terrorism programme Prevent, figures showed last month. 

Prevent is a key strand of Britain's security strategy which was launched in 2003 to combat extremism after the September 11 attacks on the United States. 

It has grown in prominence since the 2005 suicide attack on London's transport network which killed 52 people and the rise of the Islamic State in recent years.

It has been dogged since its inception by claims that it is used to spy on Muslim communities and a 2015 government edict instructing public bodies such as schools, health workers and universities to report concerns further exacerbated those fears.

The first official Prevent figures from Britain's Home Office (interior ministry) showed that of the 7,631 individuals thought to be at risk of being drawn into terrorism from April 2015 to March 2016, almost a third were children.

Of all those referred, only five percent, the 381 assessed to be the most at risk, were eventually deemed to need support from specialist mentors in the voluntary, de-radicalisation scheme known as Channel.

Some 63 individuals withdrew from the process and the Home Office said there was no data about whether they or any others who had been referred to Prevent or gone through the Channel process had later gone on to be involved in extremism.

Two-thirds of Prevent referrals were made over fears of Islamist extremism and 10 percent because of far-right concerns. 

The vast bulk came from the education sector and police, with 2,127 aged under 15, including 532 girls, and 2,147 aged 15 to 20, with 420 female. 

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Saturday, December 09, 2017

Race-hate attacker who SPAT into a nine-month-old BABY'S face and shouted 'white people shouldn't breed' at her mother walks free

  • Rezzas Abdulla has previous convictions for race-hate attacks on white women
  • He approached mother pushing her baby in a pram and spat at her daughter
  • Despite previous crimes, attacker avoids jail term on a suspended sentence 
  • Mother says punishment may have been different if she had abused him 
Rezzas Abdulla has avoided a jail term despite spitting in a baby's face and shouting 'white people shouldn't breed'
Rezzas Abdulla has avoided a jail term despite spitting in a baby's face and shouting 'white people shouldn't breed'
An attacker spat into a nine-month-old baby's face and shouted 'white people shouldn't breed' in a sickening race-hate assault.
Rezzas Abdulla left little Layla-Jean, who was just nine months old and in her pushchair, covered in saliva after the shocking street attack in South Shields last January.
Newcastle Crown Court heard the baby's mother, hairdresser Rebecca Telford, 25, was out walking with the baby when the 33-year-old attacker approached without warning.
Prosecutor Emma Dowling told the court: 'He lent into the pushchair and spat into the face of her daughter.
'As he did so, he shouted or said "white people shouldn't breed".'
The court heard that when the baby's stunned mother confronted Abdulla, he told her to 'shut the f*** up' and walked off.
Miss Dowling told the court the spit was 'sprayed around' the baby's face and a shocked passer by gave her a tissue to clean up.
Ms Telford tried to take a photograph of her baby's attacker as he walked away but was too shaken by what had happened.
Abdulla, who has two previous convictions for race-hate attacks on white women, was later tracked down through CCTV.
Rebecca Telford was walking through South Shields with her daughter Layla-Jean when Abdulla walked up to them and spat at the baby
Rebecca Telford was walking through South Shields with her daughter Layla-Jean when Abdulla walked up to them and spat at the baby
He was convicted of racially aggravated common assault after a trial at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court, which he did not attend.
In a victim impact statement Rebecca told the police: 'I am completely disgusted and distressed that a grown man, regardless of race or religion, would spit on a defenceless baby in a completely unprovoked attack.
'If he had just walked by I would not have even noticed him, there was no eye contact and no words had been exchanged. I had never seen him before.'
The court heard Layla-Jeam, now almost two, was taken to the doctor after the attack for tests.

Ms Telford added: 'I believe he spat on her purely because we are white, I was a lone female and an easy target.'

Mr Recorder Darren Preston told Abdulla: 'There is something viscerally horrible and disgusting about spitting at someone, particularly in the face and to do so to a baby was particularly disgusting, let alone to make things even worse when your motivation for doing so is racial hatred.'

Ms Telford says she had nothing against anyone of any race or religion but was shocked
Ms Telford says she had nothing against anyone of any race or religion but was shocked
The judge referred to Abdulla's previous convictions and told him: 'You have got a problem, it seems to me, with white women.'

The court heard after the attack last January, Abdulla spent time receiving psychiatric treatment in hospital, which has continued after his release into the community.

The judge said Abdulla's deteriorating mental health at the time of the attack 'contributed' towards the offence.

Abdulla was sentenced to eight months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, with rehabilitation and mental health treatment requirements.

The judge said 'society in general' would be better served by Abdulla being allowed to continue his psychiatric treatment programme.

Abdulla did not attend his trial and was given a suspended sentence by a judge this week
Abdulla did not attend his trial and was given a suspended sentence by a judge this week

Vic Laffey, defending, said Abdulla now receives anti-psychotic treatment in the community.

Speaking after the court case today, Ms Telford said: 'South Shields is really multicultural, and I have never witnessed anything like this before, between any races.

'It was horrifying. I am glad he has been brought to justice, but I think he has got off lightly.

'I am not racist at all but I honestly think if it was the other way round and I had been abusive towards him, then I would have been treated differently.

'Layla Jean was just nine months old. She did not have a clue what was going on, but she was still distressed.'

She added: 'I phoned the doctor and I was told that Layla-Jean might need to have a BCG injection, in case she had contracted TB.

'Normally kids don't get vaccinated until they are much older, and it would have been a lot for her to go through.

'Luckily, it wasn't necessary in the end, but it put me through a lot of worry and stress.'

'I wasn't sure if the police would take what had happened seriously, because it wasn't physically violent, but they were fantastic, and managed to catch him within a few days.'

Would-be Labour councillor claims there is no such thing as ISIS in string of controversial Facebook posts

  • Safia Noor, 25, made the stunning claim just five days after Westminster attack 
  • On the same day as the Westminster attack, said that 'people die everyday'
  • She has since apologised for her remarks and she condemns all attacks
  • Unclear if Labour will back her as a candidate after refusing to comment
A Labour candidate has apologised after previously claiming there was 'no proof' ISIS exists in one of a spate of controversial Facebook posts.
Safia Noor, 25, was selected as the left-wing party's new candidate for the Small Heath ward in Birmingham city council elections next year.
But the law student has come under fire after it emerged the school governor has posted a string of highly controversial messages on social media about ISIS and UK terror attacks.
The same day as the Westminster terror attack in March this year, which left five dead, she posted: 'Can people relax and stop fighting on Facebook, sadly people died in Westminster today but people die everyday in Syria Palestine Africa Rohingya Kashmir.. Need I carry on?!! Grow up and stop pointing fingers!'
Safia Noor, 25, was selected as the left-wing party's new candidate for the Small Heath ward in Birmingham city council elections next year
Safia Noor, 25, was selected as the left-wing party's new candidate for the Small Heath ward in Birmingham city council elections next year
She posted #AdultsPlayingDumb and #UnityNotWar below the message.
On the same day in a message only to her followers, Noor posted: 'Terrorist attack...and even the terrorist died?! Let me guess, he was a Muslim!'
On March 27, five days after the Westminster attack, she commented on a Guardian article which had the headline: 'Westminster attacker Khalid Masood had interest in Jihad - police'.
She then posted: 'So someone got stabbed after the attack last week as a result of media and government claiming that SO CALLED ISIS HAD CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY.
'There is no ISIS and there is no proof.'

She also 'liked' an article by the Independent which was headlined: 'Egyptian state media claims 9/11 was carried out by West to justify war on terror' on September last year.

Noor said there was 'no ISIS and there is no proof' just five days after the Westminster terror attack in March this year
Noor said there was 'no ISIS and there is no proof' just five days after the Westminster terror attack in March this year
Safia Noor with Labour MPs Shabana Mahmood and Liam Byrne
Safia Noor with Labour MPs Shabana Mahmood and Liam Byrne
When The Birmingham Mail contacted Noor about the incidents, she abruptly interrupted them saying: 'At this point in time it is not appropriate for me to speak about any of this, simply because I'm in the middle of something.'

Noor has previously been photographed with high-profile Labour MPs, including Yvette Cooper, Jess Philips and Shabana Mahmood.

In a statment email after, she said: 'Following your phone call I would like to say: 'Having read these comments back I accept I should have chosen my words more carefully.

 I didn't intend to cause any offence and I apologise to anyone who found those comments offensive or upsetting.

'I completely condemn all terrorist acts.'

A spokesman for Labour's local regional office was contacted but declined to comment.
But it is understood the party welcomed Ms Noor's apology.

Ms Noor appears to have backed Yvette Cooper in a previous Labour leadership election campaign
Ms Noor appears to have backed Yvette Cooper in a previous Labour leadership election campaign

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Thursday, December 07, 2017

Mohammed Abdallah guilty of joining Islamic State





Mohammed AbdallahImage copyrightGMP
Image captionMohammed Abdallah will be sentenced on Friday

A British man has been found guilty of travelling to join so-called Islamic State in Syria.
Mohammed Abdallah received help from his brother Abdalraouf, who set up a "hub" of communication for would-be fighters from his home in Manchester.
The Old Bailey heard the 26-year-old intended to meet three fellow jihadis in Syria.
Abdallah, of Westerling Way, Moss Side, Manchester, was convicted following a trial lasting more than four weeks.
He was found guilty of possessing an AK47 gun, receiving £2,000 for terrorism purposes and membership of IS.
Abdallah was remanded into custody until his sentencing on Friday.
The jury heard the defendant was assisted by his disabled younger brother Abdalraouf, who was previously jailed for helping other members of the same network.




Mohammed Abdallah: Denied joining the IS groupImage copyrightGMP
Image captionMohammed Abdallah, who has dual Libyan-British citizenship, denied joining Islamic State
Abdallah
Image captionAbdalraouf Abdallah has been in a wheelchair since he was injured in Libya at the age of 18

Abdalraouf was left paralysed after he was shot while taking part in the 2011 Libyan uprising.
His brother was outed as an IS fighter last year when an IS registration document listing him as a "specialist sniper" was leaked to Sky News by a defector.
The court heard how the defendant arrived in Britain as a refugee at the age of three after his family fled the Gaddafi regime in Libya.
Abdallah went to Burnage High School in Manchester and also attended Didsbury Mosque, where Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi was also known to have worshipped, it can now be reported.
Abdallah previously said he failed to pass any exams and was "not particularly religious", preferring to spend time drinking and smoking cannabis.




Islamic State registration formImage copyrightGMP
Image captionAbdallah's IS registration document was translated into English and analysed by detectives

In 2011 the brothers joined the "Tripoli Brigade" and during a bloody battle against the Gaddafi regime, Abdalraouf was shot and paralysed from the waist down.
Jurors were shown video footage of both siblings handling heavy Russian-made machine guns on vehicles in Libya.
In the summer of 2014, Abdallah headed to Syria via Libya with fellow Libyan Nezar Khalifa, 27, the jury heard.
Prosecutor Mark Heywood QC said they planned to join IS with former RAF serviceman Stephen Gray, 34, and Raymond Matimba, 28, who were also from Manchester.
Gray was turned away in Turkey, but Matimba eventually caught up with the others and recently appeared in footage with the late IS killer Mohammed Emwazi, known as Jihadi John.
In 2016, Sky News received files from an IS defector which listed Abdallah as a specialist sniper with expertise with the "Dushka", a Russian heavy machine gun, and fighting experience in Libya.




Stephen GrayImage copyrightGMP
Image captionFormer RAF serviceman Stephen Gray also tried to enter Syria but was turned away in Turkey

His record, which had the IS flag in the top right-hand corner, listed his former occupation as "supermarket vendor", although jobless Abdallah told jurors he got by in Britain by stealing and selling cannabis.
The form listed Manchester recruiter Raphael Hostey, aka Abu Al-qaqa Al Britani, as a reference for Abdallah, as well as a "family friend", the Libyan narrator of an IS video entitled Demolishing Borders.
Giving evidence, Abdallah denied swearing allegiance to the jihadist group, claiming he went to Syria to help deliver $5,000 to the poor.
He said someone else must have filled out the registration form without his knowledge.
"It's true I refused to swear allegiance. They did send me to prison," Abdallah told the court.
"I was threatened with being beheaded. I was shot at. I was hit. I had bruises and a black eye."




TV footage of fighting in Libya
Image captionMohammed Abdallah is thought to be the man on the back of this truck in TV footage taken during fighting in Libya
An image of what is thought to be Abdallah on the back of a gun-truck in Libya
Image captionAbdalraouf Abdallah, then aged 18, is also thought to have appeared in TV footage showing fighting in Libya

He denied knowing the man behind the Demolishing Borders IS video but admitted he knew Hostey through the Didsbury mosque.
Abdalraouf Abdallah and Gray were arrested in Manchester in November 2014.
In 2016, Abdalraouf Abdallah was found guilty of assisting others in committing acts of terrorism, and terror funding and jailed for five and a half years.
Gray, of Whitnall Street in Manchester, admitted three terrorism offences, including his attempts to travel to Syria, and was jailed for five years.
Fellow Mancunian Hostey, described as an "inspirational figure" for would-be jihadis, left the UK in 2013 and is believed to have been killed in a drone strike in 2016.
It can now be reported that Abdallah's trial was delayed in the wake of the attack on the Manchester Arena over reported links with Abedi, who attended the same mosque as the defendant and Hostey.
He too had Libyan parents, lived in Manchester, and had travelled to Libya before returning to the city to plan the May 22 attack on an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people.