‘Terror plot’ foiled after landlord evicts two Muslims, then ‘finds axes, knives, bear-claws and combat clothing’

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Source: Pamela Geller, by Pamela Geller, June 15, 2018

Muslim terrorists were charged with preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK, as it’s believed they were planning on targeting police and military buildings or events. But the problem is islamofauxbia. Bloody insane.

‘TERROR PLOT’ FOILED AFTER LANDLORD EVICTS TWO TENANTS THEN ‘FINDS AXES, KNIVES, BEAR-CLAWS AND COMBAT CLOTHING’

  • A landlord foiled a suspected terror plot after evicting two tenants earlier in June
  • Police found ‘axes, knives and combat gear’ in the Greater Manchester home
  • Hisham Mohammad, 24, and Faisal Ahmad, 23, were charged in relation

By Cheyenne Roundtree For Mailonline, 15 June 2018

A ‘terror plot’ was foiled after a landlord evicted two tenants then allegedly found a cache of suspicious materials.

Axes, knives and combat clothing were found inside the residence in Whitefield, Bury, Greater Manchester, officials said.

Police arrested Hisham Mohammad, 24, and Faisal Ahmad, 23, in relation to the suspicious materials on June 4.

A ‘terror plot’ was foiled after a landlord evicted tenants in Bury, Greater Manchester. Pictured: Police outside the home on June 4

Axes, knives and combat clothing were found inside the residence in Whitefield, Bury, Greater Manchester, officials said

When going through the home, police said they found axes, knives, bear-claws and extremist material supporting the Islamic State on electronic devices.

Police also allegedly found balaclavas, combat gear and camouflage makeup.

Mohammad was charged with preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK, as it’s believed he was planning on targeting police and military buildings or events.

Ahmad allegedly knew about the planned attack and was charged with failing to alert officials about the terrorist plans.

Anti-terror police charged Hisham Mohammad, 24, and Faisal Ahmad, 23, in relation to the suspicious materials

Both appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday and were remanded in custody.

They were ordered to appear at the Old Bailey on June 29.

Speaking of the time police raided the home, neighbour Tracey Donnelly, 55, said: ‘It is scary. You don’t expect it to be on your front doorstep.

‘The bomb squad is here, streets have been shut off and people have been evacuated.’