Muslim To Teenage Army Cadets: “Be Careful… Me & My ISIS Brothers Will Kill You All”
Nothing to be concerned about.
He’s a “paranoid schizophrenic.”
That’s something only “right-wing extremists” are concerned about.
And so this violent jihadi will be free in 19 months or probably sooner, and no doubt then he will become a loyal, stable, productive member of British society, right?
Dream on, Ms. May.
“Man who told poppy-selling army cadets as young as 12 that he was going to bomb their barracks is jailed for 19 months,” by Alexander Robertson, Mailonline, January 9, 2018 (thanks to Blazing Cat Fur):
A man has been jailed after threatening to kill a group of army cadets and blow up their barracks after they had been selling poppies for the Royal British Legion.
Rabbnawaz Ali made the threats to a group of youngsters, aged between 12 and 16, who were left frightened by the comments made.
The group were returning to the barracks in Sheepscar, Leeds, West Yorkshire, after selling poppies in Leeds city centre.
Leeds Crown Court heard how Ali approached the group and said: ‘Where are you off next lads, Iraq?’
He added: ‘Better be careful because me and my Isis brothers will kill you all. Your day will come.’…
Ali then said to the instructor: ‘Your time will come. We are going to bomb your compound.’
Ali was arrested over the incident, which occurred in November 2016, after he carried out an arson attack at a betting shop on January 18 last year.
The court heard Ali assaulted a member of staff and set fire to waste paper bins after losing £60 on a roulette machine.
Ali, of Chapeltown, Leeds, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated threatening behaviour, arson, assault and criminal damage.
The court heard Ali had been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
He was made the subject of an indefinite hospital order under the Mental Health Act, combined with a 19-month prison sentence.
Recorder Christopher Smith said Ali would be detained in hospital but he could be transferred to a prison if it was no longer considered necessary.
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer