Man admits charges over terror plot; Atilla Ahmet has admitted soliciting murder in connection with a Plot to organize terrorist training camps across the UK
(The Press Association) A man has admitted soliciting murder in connection with an alleged plot to organize terrorist training camps across the UK, it can be revealed.
Atilla Ahmet pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to three counts of encouraging others to commit murder, it can be reported after restrictions were lifted.
The news came as five men linked to Ahmet went on trial at Woolwich Crown Court for a number of terrorist offences.
One of the men, Mohammed Hamid, is accused of organizing camps attended by the July 21 bombers, the court was told.
The prosecution claim Hamid was involved in the radicalisation of Muslim youths for two years, from 2004 onwards.
David Farrell, prosecuting, said Hamid was arrested at a stall in Oxford Street, central London, in October 2004.
Also arrested was Muktar Said Ibrahim, the ringleader of the failed July 21 plot, he said.
Mr Farrell said: ‘Hamid told the police that his name was ‘Osama bin London’ and on the way to the police station he said to a police officer ‘I’ve got a bomb and I’m going to blow you all up’.’
Hamid, 50, of Clapton, east London, Mousa Brown, 41, of Walthamstow, east London, Kibley da Costa, 24, of West Norwood, south east London, Mohammed Al-Figari, 42, of Tottenham, north London, and Kader Ahmed, 20, of Plaistow, east London, all deny a number of terrorism charges.
The court was told that the alleged terrorist training took the form of camping and paint-balling trips across the UK. Mr Farrell said the trips were designed to ‘foster within the participants that they were training for ‘Jihad’ against the ‘Kuffir’, or non-believers’.
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