UK: Haji Sentenced to Life for Bomb Plot

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 4, 2017

Life seems a little harsh.

Especially given all he suffered during the brutal Syrian civil war.


A 19-year-old has been sentenced to life in prison after previously pleading guilty to plotting terrorist acts in London last year.

Haroon Syed was arrested last year after he tried to purchase weapons online from an undercover agent with an intent to use them in an attack on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 atrocity. His target list, even though undecided, included a number of potentially busy gatherings in London, such as Oxford Circus, Buckingham Palace or an Elton John concert in Hyde Park.

Syed’s defense team claimed the teenager was radicalized by members of the banned terrorist Salafi jihadist group Al-Muhajiroun (ALM).

His brother, Nadir Syed, 24, was handed a life sentence last year after being found guilty of plotting a beheading attack around Remembrance Sunday, in November 2014.
The teenager’s lawyers further alleged that Syed had been “entrapped” by undercover MI5 agents, who lured the teenager to reveal his evil plot by posing as potential weapons suppliers.

Dismissing the defense claims that Syed’s plot was a fantasy, “indistinguishable from the video games he was playing at the same time,” Judge Michael Topolski handed him a life sentence Monday, with no possibility of parole until he serves at least 16.5 years in jail.

Yeah, I don’t have a hard time believing it was an MI-5 setup.

But whatever.

One more off the streets.

Nationalists beware, however – they will try these same tricks on you!

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