British Muslim Found Guilty of Creating “Terror Army” of Children

By Faye Higbee

A British Muslim School teacher was found guilty on Friday of attempting to create an army of children to conduct terror attacks in London. Umar Haque, 25, reportedly used role playing to prepare the children for martyrdom in jihad against infidels.

According to Breitbart London, Haque stated that “lying and jihad constituted part of his religion.” [Lying for the purposes of protection of Islam is called “taqiyya”]. He blamed “fascists” for his own crimes, and maintained the police were fascists so he had to prepare a self-defense.

“He tried to prepare the children for martyrdom by making them role-play terrorist attacks. Part of that role-playing was re-enacting attacking police officers. His plan was to create an army of children to assist with multiple terrorist attacks throughout London. He tried and he did, we believe, radicalise vulnerable children from the ages of 11 to 14.”  Dean Haydon, head of the Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism Command

The attacks were to be carried out against places like Big Ben Tower, Palace of Westminster and Westfield shopping center, etc. High profile targets with lots of people.

Haque claimed to be a member of ISIS, which reportedly paralyzed the children with “fear.” It is a known fact that ISIS members were training child jihadists in the Middle East. Those children have killed grown men. This so-called “teacher” was doing it under the noses of the British government. Fortunately they caught on in time to at least stop him. But what damage his actions did to the children is yet to be assessed.

Breitbart London reported,

Although police initially met a wall of silence from the children, eventually six of the students presented evidence at Haque’s trial at the Old Bailey, and told the court how he had taught them that fighting was good along with some physical training such as having them do push-ups to build their strength.

“He is teaching us terrorism, like how to fight,” one of the children said. “If you fight for the sake of Allah, on Judgment Day, when you get judged for your good deeds and bad deeds, fighting is good.”

On Friday, Haque was found guilty of a number of counts at London’s Old Bailey Court, including preparing terrorist acts. Two accomplices, 19-year-old Abuthaher Mamun and 27-year-old Muhammad Abid, were also convicted of helping him. Police said that Mamun had been involved in fundraising and attack planning. The three will all be sentenced at a later date.