1. Lloyd Gunton locked up for Bieber terror plot
[…] The jury was told he plotted to commit mass murder in an Islamic State-inspired vehicle attack.
Police investigated after he uploaded terror-related social media posts.
Gunton, from near Llantrisant, south Wales, was arrested after he uploaded social media content to photo-sharing social media site Instagram in late June 2017 which promoted jihad and supported al-Qaeda.
[…] Police found the password for the account was “truck attack”.
One post read: “May Allah bring terrorism to Cardiff on 30th June.”
He had researched how to carry out a vehicle ramming attack and how to stab and kill and had also looked into the security arrangements of the Justin Bieber concert in Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
His internet history included searches for “Isis beheading video”, “how to create a terror attack” and “what does getting shot feel like”.
2. Syrian man in Germany appears on air with blood on his face after killing wife
A Syrian refugee residing in Germany took to Facebook Live immediately after killing his wife on Friday, reported German newspapers.
The incident took place in the town of Mühlacker, Baden-Württemberg.
The man, who refers to himself as Abu Marwan, 41, killed his wife, 37, by stabbing her four to five times in the neck, then ran away with one of his children.
Abu Marwan appeared on his Facebook stream panting and bleeding due to a cut sustained in his hand. Next to him, appeared his son.
Police and public prosecutors in Karlsruhe arrested the killer shortly after he escaped the crime scene.
[…]In an attempt to justify the crime, Abu Marwan said that his actions were a message to all women who irritate their husbands saying “this is how you’ll end.” The man and his son urged viewers to share the video.
3. Imams will condemn yet deep down they will feel happy, says thwarted London bomber
ISIS-obsessed Umar Haque used an Islamic madrasa school to recruit 110 children to his Islamic State child army which he hoped would unleash carnage on the streets of London.
The 25-year-old with no qualifications showed beheading videos to children as young as 11 and made them reenact the Westminster terror attack in which a policeman was stabbed to death.
But paperwork recovered by anti-terror police showing attempts to build a murderous army of “100 serious men” is just as terrifying including, as it does, the following claims:
“People will know the Muslims of East London are serious.
“Imams and scholars will condemn our actions yet deep down they will feel happy.
“Recruitment should be easy across Newham/Tower Hamlets.”
4. 93 Per Cent of Irish Locals Vote Against Plan to Dump 115 Migrants in Small Historic Town
More than nine in ten residents have voted against plans to plant 115 migrants in the small town of Lisdoonvarna, local media reports.
The Irish government says there can be “no delay” in beginning to transfer the first batch of asylum seekers it intends to accommodate in a hotel in the town of just 300 people.
But in a secret ballot held at a meeting in the County Clare town on Wednesday, 197 locals voted against the plan, compared to just 15 who voted in favour, the Irish Times reports.
Owner of the King Thomond Hotel, Marcus White — who plays a key role in tourism to Lisdoonvarna — told residents of the 300-strong heritage town home to one of Ireland’s oldest folk festivals that he would respect their wishes.
5. Three charged over Leicester shop blast that left five dead
Three men have been charged with manslaughter and arson over an explosion in Leicester that left five people dead, say police.
Three members of the same family died when the shop and flat were destroyed last Sunday.
Five people were also taken to hospital after the blast, one of whom suffered critical injuries.
Aram Kurd, of Leicester, Hawkar Hassan, of Coventry, and Arkan Ali, of Oldham, are due in court on Monday.
VIDEO: Three charged over fatal Leicester blast
6. RAW: Italian city in flames following clashes between cops & antifa protesters
Parts of the Italian city of Genoa were in flames following clashes between antifa protesters and police, after officers barred demonstrators from reaching a far-right CasaPound party rally.
7. “German Man” Captured In Afghan Raid On Taliban Compound
Afghanistan's security forces have captured a German man during a recent raid on a suspected Taliban bomb-making compound in the southern province of Helmand, Afghan officials say.
It appears to be a rare example of a European citizen fighting on the side of the insurgency in Afghanistan.
Omar Zwak, the provincial governor's spokesman, said on February 28 that the man was carrying documents identifying him as a German citizen.
He said the man was taken on February 26 along with two other suspected insurgents to a compound in Gereshk district.
The initial investigation suggested that he was not a prisoner of the insurgents and had been participating in making roadside bombs, Zwak said.
Gereshk police chief Ismail Khplwak said the man was a “military adviser of Mullah Nasir,” commander of the commando-style Taliban Red Unit in Helmand.
Video of German citizen acting as agent of Taliban captured in Afghanistan:
8. Saudi Journalist: Silence Mosque Call and Reduce Number of Mosques
9. Germany: Weekly protests in various cities continue over murder of “Mia”
And Antifa is there to call them Nazis:
10. Bern bomb alert operation ends with one arrest
A young Afghan man threatened to detonate a bomb on Friday afternoon in the Swiss capital’s Church of the Holy Spirit, prompting a five-hour police operation that disrupted traffic around Bern’s main train station, according to a police spokeswoman.
Speaking after the police operation ended, she said Bern cantonal police had received a bomb alert early in the afternoon saying that a man was behaving strangely in the church.
When they arrived, police found suspicious objects on the 21-year-old man inside. The church was evacuated and the young man was detained for “further clarifications”, according to a police statement in the evening.
It further said two objects were neutralized, namely two components linked by cable that the man was carrying on his person. They have been taken for analysis, which police said would take time.