Of course, they decided upon how to make it into a bomb…
“My only attempt is to find a way to carry out martyrdom operation with cars without driver.”
A “martyrdom operation” is a jihad strike in which the jihadi is killed along with Infidels, in hopes of attaining the Qur’an’s promise of Paradise to those who “kill and are killed” for Allah (9:111).
Two men accused of jointly plotting a terror attack were attempting to manufacture an explosive device involving a driverless car, a court has heard.
Andy Star, 32, who lived and worked at the Mermaid Fish Bar on Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, and Farhad Salah were working together in a bid to make the weapon, Sheffield Crown Court was told.
On Tuesday, prosecutor Anne Whyte QC told the court how the pair were supporters of terrorist organisation Isis, and how Salah had arrived in the UK in 2014, but had not had his asylum claim determined prior to his arrest.
She said: “The prosecution allege that Farhad Salah and Andy Star had decided that improvised explosive devices could be made and used in a way here in the UK that spared their own lives preferably but harmed others they considered to be infidels.”