On 17 July 2012, Shasta Khan was found guilty of conspiring to bomb Jewish targets in Manchester. Her husband Mohammed Khan had pleaded guilty and therefore did not stand trial. The following day, both were sent to prison. On 18 July, a suicide bomber detonated
In this chronology I have attempted to list all the known terrorist attacks against Jewish institutions and individuals, outside Israel since 1968, the year when Palestinian terrorists first began their campaigns beyond the Middle East.
On 17 July 2006 the British government announced its intention to ban the Saviour Sect and Al-Ghurabaa, the successor groups to Al Muhajiroun. The ban is enforced by parliament agreeing a Draft Order from the Home Office Minister of State seeking to amend the list
The revelation that Asif Hanif, the terrorist who blew himself up in Tel Aviv on 29 April, and his accomplice and would-be bomber, Omar Khan Sharif, were British, should have come as no revelation. Nor should it have come as a surprise that they had
Hizb ut Tahrir is different to other Islamist groups active in Europe and the US. It has an appeal, particularly to the intellectual, in a manner that transcends the stark appeal of the global jihad movement and its affiliates, or other Islamist or revivalist movements.
The 7 July multiple bombings in Londond emonstrate the emergence of new trends which have begun to manifest themselves elsewhere, most notably it appears inAustraliaand the USA. Note: This essay will be published in the forthcoming book ‘Terrorism and Human Rights’ to be published by