Prison » Mosque Raided by Armed Police as Islamic Radical ‘Christmas Market Bomb Plot’ Foiled

December 20, 2017

An Islamic fundamentalist plot to allegedly bomb a London Christmas market has been foiled, after police raided an “Islamic community centre” and arrested a number of men, with claims one could be a Syrian migrant.

Armed police and MI5 were involved in the raids in Sheffield and Chesterfield, targeting a “bomb factory” above a chip shop and the Fatima Community Centre, also described as a mosque, where one suspect worked.

The centre is run by the Muslim Association of Britain, an affiliate of the Muslim Council of Britain which is linked with the international, pro-caliphate Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood.

It is claimed the centre also has close links to the Emaan Trust, which is building a new mega-mosque in Sheffield.

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This article was posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 12:35 pm

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