Man found guilty of plotting terror attack at London Pride


A man has been found guilty over threats of a mass homophobic murder during the Pride parade at the UK capital. Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, a 28-year-old former Uber driver, was found guilty of terror offences by a jury at Woolwich Crown Court over his public threats to commit the terror attack at the Pride as well as at numerous other touristic spots of the city, because not only he hated gay people, tp whom he referred as ‘homos’, but also wanted to kill or at least hurt every single Londoner who refused to follow the teachings of Allah (who was not Muslim, simply saying) and he expressed these plans loudly and shamelessly. Chowdhury had bought knives and training swords in preparation for the attack, and had begun training for fights – also seeking ways to own a firearm, looking for advice how to shoot as he had never done it before. Chowdury said he believed it was “halal permitted” [not disapproved by Islam] for jihadis to target gay people – opting to pick Pride in London parade as a prospective target ruling out Remembrance Sunday commemorations due to heightened security. Chowdury was found guilty of preparation of acts of terrorism, dissemination of a terrorist publication and possession of information useful to terrorism – while his sister Sneha Chowdhury was convicted on one count of failing to disclose information about acts of terrorism, but cleared of a second count of the same charge.


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