The leader of an Al Qaeda-backed British Muslim gang who plotted the deadliest terror attack on British soil boasted of a nailbomb attack that could kill 2,000 people, shouting: ‘Boom, boom, boom everywhere…kill.’

Chilling police recordings capture Irfan Naseer saying Westerners deserve to be ‘terrorised’ because ‘they wanna have sex like donkeys on the street’.

Irfan Naseer

Irfan Naseer

He adds: ‘Why shouldn’t we terrorise them, tell me that? You think about it, if someone came in your house, yeah, and started dancing and throughout the night and started basically having orgies and smoking drugs and stuff…you would terrorise them, innit.’

In one sick exchange, another of the terrorists compared the gang to Formula One drivers, saying: ‘It’s the four suicide bombers driving around ready to take on England.’

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were convicted of plotting the ‘spectacular campaign’ designed to claim as many lives as the 2005 London Underground bombs that killed 52 innocent people

Inspired by hate preacher Anwar al-Awlaki’s online sermons, the homegrown jihadis planned a huge series of explosions at crowded shopping centres and railway stations across Britain.

Two of them travelled to Pakistan to learn about bomb-making, weapons and poisons – then came back to their council-funded flat in Birmingham to make explosives.

The trio, who met at school and called themselves the Four Lions after the black comedy film by Chris Morris, even funded the plot by pretending to be Muslim Aid charity street collectors.

Judge Justice Henriques said: ‘You were seeking to recruit a team of suicide bombers to carry out a spectacular bombing campaign, one which would create an anniversary along the lines of 7/7 or 9/11’.

‘The bomb plotters had the means, the will and the know-how to carry out mass murder in the biggest terror attack on the British mainland ‘in a generation’, detectives said.

It is the most significant terror plot to be uncovered since the 2006 conspiracy to blow up transatlantic airliners using bombs disguised as soft drinks.

Naseer was found guilty of five counts preparing for terrorism, Khalid was convicted of four, and Ali was convicted of three, all between Christmas Day 2010 and September 19 2011.

Six other men have already admitted or been found guilty of being part of the terror cell, it can also be revealed today.

The friends from the Midlands had been visiting Pakistan to train how to make bombs and use weapons since March 2009.

But by 2011 they were being watched by MI5 and police, who had bugged their car and headquarters.

The investigation, known as Operation Examine/Pitsford, grew to be the 450-strong counter-terror unit’s largest ever.

In one chilling warning, Naseer was covertly recorded saying of the UK: ‘The only thing you will achieve is suicide bombers on your streets, spilling so much blood you’ll have nightmares for the rest of your life.’

Khalid even boasted that the attack was ‘another 9/11’ as ‘revenge for everything’.

As well as planning a series of suicide bombing, the cell was also heard talking about the possibility of mixing poison into creams such as Vaseline or Nivea and smearing them on car handles to cause mass deaths.

The trio even pondered welding blades to a truck and driving it into people.

Although the gang had not identified targets, the explosive trainings both Nasser and Khalid received at terror training camps in Pakistan meant they were capable of building viable IEDs.

If they were unable to make viable bombs, they planned to storm synagogues armed with automatic weapons including AK47s.

Counter-terrorism specialist for the CPS, Karen Jones, said the ‘Four Lions’ jihadiists were planning to kill more innocent people than the 52 murdered in the 7/7 bombings.

Ms Jones said: ‘These men had dangerous aspirations and whilst the precise targets remained unclear, the potential for damage and loss of life from their plot should not be underestimated.

‘The evidence which we put to the court showed the defendants discussing with awe and admiration the attacks of 9/11 and 7/7. These terrorists wanted to do something bigger, speaking of how 7/7 had ‘gone a bit wrong’.

‘Having travelled to Pakistan for expert training and preparation, Naseer and Khalid returned to the UK where they discussed attacks involving up to eight rucksacks. Had they not been stopped, the consequences would have been catastrophic.

‘We pieced together over 25,000 pages of served evidence with video and audio. It was like a complex jigsaw puzzle leading to a strong and compelling case. Today has shown that even when some preparation for acts of terrorism takes place abroad, perpetrators can and will face justice in British courts.’

The MI5 surveillance and bugged recordings painted a picture of incompetence as the men plotted their attacks.

Mixing in street slang with jihadi rhetoric, they justify their plot by saying Westerners deserve to be ‘terrorised’.

Naseer says: ‘They wanna have sex like donkeys on the street, they wanna club, act like animals and why shouldn’t we terrorise them, tell me that? You think about it, if someone came in your house, yeah, and started dancing and throughout the night and started basically having orgies and smoking drugs and stuff…you would terrorise them, innit.’

In another recording, taken from their car, the men compared themselves to Formula One drivers.

Mr Altman said: ‘They pretended they were going really fast taking over cars, saying there were no cars in front or behind them.

‘They had just taken over Jenson Button and Nigel Mansell where is he?

Then Khalid says: ‘It’s the four suicide bombers driving around ready to take on England. Oh my God take them out.’

Naseer later anticipates killing 2,000 people in nailbomb attacks, outlining his plan as: ‘Boom, boom, boom everywhere…kill.’

For Naseer, from Sparkhill, Khalid, from Sparkbrook, and Ali, from Balsall Heath, this included planning a bombing campaign, collecting money for terrorism and recruiting others for terrorism.

Naseer and Khalid also travelled to Pakistan for training, and Naseer helped others travel to the country for the same purpose.

Prosecutor Brian Altman QC told the jury: ‘The police successfully disrupted a plan to commit an act or acts of terrorism on a scale potentially greater than the London bombings in July 2005, had it been allowed to run its course.

‘The defendants were proposing to detonate up to eight rucksack bombs in a suicide attack and/or to detonate bombs on timers in crowded areas in order to cause mass deaths and casualties.’

Naseer and Khalid both travelled to terrorist training camps in Pakistan between 2009 and 2011 to learn about bomb-making, poisons and firearms.

They raised £12,000 for themselves in this way, but were forced to apply for tens of thousands of pounds in loans after losing more than £9,000 of the money playing foreign currency markets.

In a reference to the black comedy film, Ali also told his estranged wife Salma Kabal: ‘Oh, you think this is a flipping Four Lions. We’re one man short.’

In a reference to the black comedy film, Ali also told his estranged wife Salma Kabal: ‘Oh, you think this is a flipping Four Lions. We’re one man short.’

Mr Justice Henriques told the trio that they will all face life in prison when they are sentenced in April or May.

Speaking to Naseer, he said he had been convicted on ‘overwhelming evidence’ and that he will face ‘a very long minimum term’. The judge said: ‘You are a highly skilled bomb maker and explosives expert. Your mindset was similarly manifest.

‘You sought to persuade others that a terror plot here in this country was by far preferable to fighting jihad abroad.’It’s clear that you were planning a terrorist outrage in Birmingham.’ Mr Justice Henriques told the trio that they will all face life in prison when they are sentenced in April or May.

Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Adam Gough said: ‘From covert recordings from the address at 23 White Street, the group had talked of their need to keep the operation a secret.
‘They put up black curtains at the house, and they made reference to their concerns they might be under surveillance.

‘We could hear them – and we heard them discussing the ‘martyr’ (July 7 bomber) Mohammed Sidique Khan, and they discussed how much chemicals they would need.

‘Naseer referred to “seven or eight in different places – boom, boom, boom”.’

By September 16 2011, the three men were ‘experimenting with chemicals and home-made explosive’, said Mr Gough, and the police acted.

There was a fear that they might try to test a device, putting members of the public at risk.

Late on the night of September 18, officers swooped on the men’s car when it drove along a suburban street as they were heading out to get takeaway food.

All three were arrested, and in the next two hours 14 warrants were carried out on addresses across Birmingham.

Among the addresses raided was the group’s safe house, where further evidence of the men’s attempts to make a bomb was recovered, including a sports injury cool pack which Naseer had mistakenly believed would contain ammonium nitrate – a key bomb-making ingredient.

A partially-burned note written by Naseer detailing how to make what an expert witness said during the trial would have made a viable bomb was also recovered.

Mr Gough said: ‘Naseer had told Ali to burn the note but it wasn’t done properly, and Naseer later admitted he had written it.’

The note detailed the chemicals, the amounts and mixtures of how to make explosives, although they never got as far as creating a bomb and carrying out their threats.

In one chilling warning, Naseer was covertly recorded saying of the UK: ‘The only thing you will achieve is suicide bombers on your streets, spilling so much blood you’ll have nightmares for the rest of your life.’

The men had been under MI5 surveillance, and the bugged recordings painted a picture of incompetence as they plotted their attacks.

The plot hit a snag when, Rahin Ahmed, the cell’s chief fundraiser, who admitted the charges, lost more than £9,000 of the group’s cash they raised in a bad investments on the money market.

His fellow jihadists ordered him to sell his Honda Civic to make up the loss.

Rather than sell his car, he turned to payday loan firm Yes Loans to make up the missing cash, but was left empty-handed when the firm ruled he did not meet their criteria.

They then suggested setting up stalls around the country selling cakes and perfume and do door-to-door collections to raise cash.

They also applied for bank loans worth £33,000 from two different branches of Barclay’s on the same day but were again unsuccessful.

On another occasion they decided to make a bomb out of a cold pack used for sports injuries, believing it contained ammonium nitrate.

They rowed over who should buy the pack – with Naseer, nicknamed Chubbs, refusing as he was too fat to be a believable athlete.

Ali went in his place but in the end there was no ammonium nitrate in the pack they brought.

When they did get round to making a bomb, Ali managed to spill chemicals on his hands, saying ‘I’ve done my fingers man, is it dangerous if you get it on your fingers? It’s like acid, innit?’

Naseer, drawing from his experience at terror camp, replies: ‘Yeah, it’s painful man. You won’t die, it’ll make you ill a bit’.

Realising the trail of evidence, the men attempt to destroy their paperwork.

But, said Mr Altman, they ‘did not make a very good job of it’ as police found it largely intact in a rubbish bin in Ali’s kitchen.

Eleven men and one woman have been charged over the alleged plot. Some have since pleaded guilty while others await trial.

The six that have admitted terror offences, who are also from Birmingham, are Rahin Ahmed 26, from Moseley; Mujahid Hussain, 21, from Yardley; Naweed Ali, 25, Ishaaq Hussain, 21, Khobaib Hussain, 22, and Shahid Khan, 21, all from Sparkhill.

Salma Kabal, 23, of Alum Rock, Birmingham, will go on trial later this year, accused of not alerting the authorities to the plot.

Also facing trial are Rizwan, of Ward End, Birmingham, and Bahader Ali, of  Sparkbrook, Birmingham, who deny involvement with the terror cell.

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  • How popular is the Daily Mail over there? Is it read by a large percentage of the British Isles, or is it only in the Lodonistan area?

    • David Ashton

      It is quite popular among middle-class and educated working-class people of conservative outlook, but it is not a racist or royalist paper by a long chalk.

  • The__Bobster

    Chilling police recordings capture Irfan Naseer saying Westerners
    deserve to be ‘terrorised’ because ‘they wanna have sex like donkeys on
    the street’.

    So what? It’s their country. How dare you move there and try to pass judgement on the native people!

    • Jss

      When I was in the Army my friends and I referred to Muslims as “British people” after we took a trip to England and saw that it is just a high rent Pakistan now. Thus in Afghanistan my fire team spoke of “British people” far more often then Taliban.

    • rightrightright

      Yet muslims have sex with donkeys and in one instance, one ended up marrying the poor beast. I’ll not provide links here but they are easy enough to locate on the web.

  • skara_brae

    We should have sorted this out before the Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury in 1948.

    • David Ashton

      The sad thing is that the post-war Royal Commission on Population warned against immigration into our already developed society of other races and religions.

  • JohnEngelman

    Where are the Muslims who condemn this sort of thing?

    • Oil Can Harry

      Recently all the Muslims in the UK who oppose terrorism signed an online petition.

      I’d like to commend both of them…

    • a multiracial individual

      Aayan Hirsi Ali….but she lives in hiding

    • a multiracial individual

      Muslim apostates are the most hunted people on Earth.

      • JohnEngelman

        That says bad things about Muslims, doesn’t it?

  • Skincognito

    To paraphrase Malcom X, England didn’t land on these heathens, they landed on the once beautiful jewel in the sea!

    Stuff any post-colonial rhetoric, by the way. The Empire and the mandates were dismantled peacefully (except in Ireland and Palestine), the indigenous people “liberated.” Muslims know damn well that sexual degenerates, Zionists and all stripes of Libs and Greens support their contribution to English diversity. “Western” is a euphemism for “White” and all the scuslims want is race replacement and sexual conquest of English girls, sickeningly more so than English women.

    Regarding the sodomy question: I’m pretty libertarian, just keep it in the closet. But gays and lesbians will never en masse support pro-White policies. The scarcity of exceptions proves this rule. They are not, as a socially and politically cohesive group, our allies.

    • saxonsun

      Well now. I am a lesbian and a feminist, two things most of the people on this board hate. I am utterly pro-White, utterly. Here’s the thing: If you guys continue to alienate my group(s), I will move to the other side, the enemy side. And do you know why? A no-brainer, actually–all I must have is the assurance that I, as a human being, have the same civil rights as you guys. If you do not concede that (and it is NOT up for debate) then you lose.

      • If that’s the case, then lesbianism and feminism are more important to you than white racialism, and has been all along.

      • Veritas_lux_mea

        I for one have always thought it incredibly foolish for those of us who are pro-white to alienate the gay community, and I cringe whenever I see it. It’s not logical at all. The race issue is SO much more important, and gay people represent a good 5-6% of the population that could be opposing white genocide but instead (wrongly) feel like they have no choice but to support the left. White gay people’s natural place should be in the pro-white camp. The only countries that truly respect gay people’s human rights are white Western countries. If they think their lives will be better off living in a majority non-white country, they are badly mistaken. Blacks and Muslims are obviously incredibly homophobic. That being said, saxonsun, I don’t think the best way to foster acceptance of gays and lesbians is to threaten to jump ship and support the enemy.

        • Skincognito

          The countries that respect flamboyant, public homosexuality are losing their indigenous people. Children are our future. I’m not sorry that some people have sexual urges that have absolutely no correlation to natural reproduction.
          I don’t bully, here or in the real world, but like I said, keep it in the closet. I have fought aggressive homosexuals, by the way, and in every instance they instigated the physical altercation.

      • Skincognito

        The fact that you have a group identity highlights my point that Whites as an ethnocultural community are “legally” denied freedom of association.
        Best of luck, nothing personal.

      • Rick

        If you are utterly Pro White, then it should not matter if we here agree with your lifestyle choices or not. Threatening to “move to the other side” if we don’t agree with you seems childish. I can assure you that you will find more hatred from other racial and ethnic groups toward your lifestyle than you will within White circles. Your civil rights come from the governing authorities and I can assure you, they give you more protection than they do any heterosexual. Your whiteness and your lifestyle are two separate issues.

      • kjh64

        I believe everyone should have the same rights in society. One can be utterly pro-White but that doesn’t mean that pro-White people who are against immigration and multiculturalism have to agree on other issues. There are certainly many people here who disagree on a wide variety of issues or who are liberal or moderate on other social issues but agree with being against multiculturalism. I think any movement that is to be sucessful has to be united in one area-against mass multiculturalism/immigration, but it shouldn’t demand that people agree on other issues. There are plenty of people here I don’t agree with on other issues, such as women etc. but do agree with on being pro-White against multiculturalsim.

  • JohnEngelman

    Chilling police recordings capture Irfan Naseer saying Westerners deserve to be ‘terrorised’ because ‘they wanna have sex like donkeys on the street’.

    – Martin Robinson, Daily Mail (London), February 21, 2013

    Secular liberals love to condemn this kind of talk from members of the Westboro Baptist Church. When Muslims talk this way they ignore it or make excuses.

    • Howard W. Campbell

      While I consider the Westboro Baptist Church as a collective group of knuckleheads, at least they aren’t setting IED’s outside of anything they don’t like.

    • a multiracial individual

      Liberals hate the West, yet all the things that liberals hold dear are predominantly Western in their origin.

      • JohnEngelman

        I agree with the second part of your sentence. I am liberal on economic and environmental issues. I always vote Democratic. I do not hate the West. The liberals I know do not either. Nevertheless, there is a kind of leftist that does blame everything wrong with the world on European colonialism, American imperialism, and white racism.

        Liberalism and the left originated in the West. I do not believe Karl Marx was ever arrested by the British police or harassed by them in any way. He did most of his research in the Reading Room of the British Museum. In a Islamic country he would not have had access to his research material. He probably would have been arrested, and perhaps executed.

        In South Saharan Africa before it was conquered by European empires Karl Marx may have been the main course of a cannibal feast.

        • David Ashton

          The “kind of leftist” you have in mind is someone others call “Cultural Marxist” if militant in this field, and usually adding other “minorities” to the “cause”.
          Marx did more harm than good, but did not have a high opinion of Negroes.

          • JohnEngelman

            Jared Taylor is proud to call himself a “race realist.” Where are the political leaders who call themselves “cultural Marxists?” Where are the cultural Marxist organizations, the cultural Marxist periodicals, the websites? They do not exist. Cultural Marxism is as much of phantasm as race displacement and genocide directed against whites.

            What does exist is the spread of social liberalism since 1970. This spread is not the result of a conspiracy by a powerful and strategically placed, but nevertheless small cabal. It is not even a movement. It is a change in the way most Americans think and behave.

          • The__Bobster

            Leftists never reveal what they really are. They operate through stealth. And when people finally catch on, they change the name of their operation.

  • MikeS

    Irfan Naseer: Westerners deserve to be ‘terrorised’ ……
    Obama: I know exactly how you feel…..

  • Ulick

    “‘Why shouldn’t we terrorise them, tell me that? You think about it, if someone came in your house, yeah, and started dancing and throughout the night and started basically having orgies and smoking drugs and stuff…you would terrorise them, innit.’

    The problem is, Naseer, it’s not your house. Englishmen own the house. The politicians and the immigrants the politicians brought in against Englishmen’s wishes have no rightful claim to the house. The rightful owners will eventually realize this and reclaim their house.

  • Michael_C_Scott

    We Westerners are not “terrified” anymore. Most of us are really angry, and some of us want Muslims extinct.

    Not merely Muslim invaders in the West, but all Muslims, everywhere. Extinct. Tomorrow would be good.

  • Unperson

    Naseer says: ‘They wanna have sex like donkeys on the street, they wanna club, act like animals and why shouldn’t we terrorise them, tell me that?

    If avenging rampant sexual immorality and people who “act like animals” is really these weirdbeards’ motivation, they should bypass Britain altogether and go bomb some places in Africa.

  • bigone4u

    Fuzzy muzzy boy and his pals were born, raised, and nurtured in Britain, going to British schools and living in a council-funded flat. They are not immigrants. The takeaway is that muzzies have no ability to assimilate, so why import more. And the public safety demands that the muzzy immigrants be carefully watched and encouraged to go back to their homeland along with fuzzy muzzy British citizens like. In this case racial profiling of fuzzy muzzies saved thousands of lives. Racial profiling works.

  • kjh64

    “You think about it, if someone came in your house, yeah, and started dancing and throughout the night and started basically having orgies and smoking drugs and stuff…you would terrorise them, innit.’”
    This would be hilarious if it weren’t so sad. Excuse me, but YOU came into someone else’s house. You are not British. You do not belong in Britain. Go home. The only people more insane are the politicans that allowed you and yours to immigrate. Islam and the West= Oil and Water. They do not mix.

  • Michael_C_Scott

    I hope London gets nuked during Civil War Two.

  • JH

    I wonder how long the West will expend millions of dollars for surveillance, for evidence gathering, for trials, for jail when these individuals are enemies, are barbarians inside the gate. At some point I suspect they will be treated more harshly. Either that or they will win.

  • soundnfury

    How about this version, Nasser? If someone came into your house and started killing your people, what would you do?

  • Nathanwartooth

    All governments love this kind of thing.

    When you catch terrorists like this you are slowly convincing the public that they should give up their rights to be safer.

    After 9/11 we didn’t boot out all of the Muslims instead we gave up a bunch of our rights just to be safer.

    “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” -Benjamin Franklin

  • a multiracial individual

    I will say this again, there is NO greater threat to human civilization than this desert religion.

  • guest

    For all of this we can thank our corrupt leaders who let muslims in our countries and the muslim-loving liberals who act like they care for them and slander anyone who dares speak the truth about Islam. No matter where muslims live, their allegiance lies only to Islam, an evil cult of a religion that views everything and everyone that’s European as their enemies. It makes no sense to show any tolerance and understanding to them. If you’re not muslim, you are scum to them.

  • LastBastionOfHope

    “They have sex like donkeys on the street”

    Ironic, considering that muslims actually have sex with donkeys literally. When can we admit that towelheads hate the west and want to blow us up? What other race of people lets obvious enemies into their lands valuing multiculturalism over safety?

  • Octavius Flavos

    No, the sickest thing of all Mr. Naseer, so sick that it boggles the mind like some psychotropic drug, is that an alien, sand-dwelling arab like you is in the West to begin with. You are completely foreign to us. A carnival geek, the bearded lady, the cat with two heads, you are a colonising freak that our govt has allowed in to White lands. A day of reckoning is coming!!

  • KenelmDigby

    This is why I have very little symapthy with pakistanis living in Britain and strongly urge them all
    to return to the nation of their birth, where they can happily live under their own laws and customs,, away from the hated infidel.

    Firstly, they lie, they cheat, they con , they shamelessly grovel and abase themselves in order to impose themselves in the home of people they despise and wish to destroy. The worst type of shameless, noxious hypocrite possible. Insect pests such as pubic lice, fleas, scabie mites etc possess more honor and morality than this race does.

    Once they have lied, cheated and grovelled their way in, they show their true colors.

  • PesachPatriot

    I bet if jolly old england had a 2nd amendment these jihadi troublemakers wouldn’t be quite as bold as they are now. Where is King Richard the Lionheart, known to the muzzies of his day as Melec Ric, when you need him? If Mr. Naseer has a problem with the behavior of brits in their own country, he should catch the next flight back to the sandy bloodstained hell hole of his choice. It is ironic that accused terrorists have more rights and due process in american and european court systems than in arab countries….accused terrorists in countries ruled by the religion of peace are generally thrown in jail for decades before they even go to trial.

    • Michael_C_Scott

      Richard earned his nickname “Melec” because he lived only for war. He engaged himself at Jaffa, with an axe. He had 2700 Muslim POWs beheaded at Acre because Saladin would not pay on time.

  • HadEnough

    I have only two things to say:

    And that’s not for the Muzzies themselves, it’s for the politicians who over the decades have let them in.

    As for these Muslim filth in question, I recommend:

  • Anon

    The most interesting thing about this article is this (very, VERY, non-arab looking) gentlemen is supposedly part of al-queda.

    Ever ponder what that word means? What horrible menacing name a group of satan worshipping terrorists would choose for itself? Well, ponder no longer because the term al queda has an exact meaning that is the same in every single arab and muslim country in the world.

    The word Al Quesa means…..”The Toilet”. The toilet….that part of a western bathroom (they do have them) where one sits down to defecate. There are no other translations that don’t imply the hole where the poo goes.

    Perhaps westerners do deserve a few bombs exploding here or there if only to get people asking questions like…..why would a dangerous, group of men from a culture that prides itself on its machismo, join an organization called “The Toilet”. Obviously, they would not. And no such organization exists.

    Don’t get me wrong, please. Muslims do commit horrific acts and their presence in the western world shouldn’t be handled so much by deportation as mass extermination, like the vermin they are.

    But someone has made up a fairy story about the little toilet that could, in order to get us to do things we should not have. Those people are far more our enemies than the muslims.

  • Anon Ymous

    He is ugly like a gorilla and complaining that people have sex. It is clear that he was motivated by the hurt of being rejected for sex.