Extremist plotted suicide attack in ‘attempt to kill’ Theresa May


An extremist who plotted a suicide attack on British prime minister Theresa May wanted to decapitate her in a bomb and knife assault, a court heard on Tuesday (19). Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, allegedly wanted to make “big news” by storming Downing Street as May spoke outside her office. Rahman was fully prepared to die in the attack, the Old Bailey central criminal court in London heard. He was arrested in November last year. “Before his arrest prevented it, he was, he believed, just days away from his objective, which was no less than a suicide attack, by blade and…

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