Convicted terrorist sets meeting Allah at 7th position on his to-do list for heaven
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A man convicted of planning terror attacks in London had set “meeting Allah” as his seventh priority in his “to-do list” after reaching heaven, reported BBC.
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi origin chicken shop worker convicted of planning the terror attacks, marked his top priority in heaven with choosing his main palace, meeting and consummating his relationship with his 72 wives, and feasting with family and friends.
Only later – seventh on the list – would he find time to meet Allah; and his 10th task in the hereafter was “choose quests to embark on.”
According to the report, investigators found that Chowdhury had collected knives for an attack, looked into firearms training and made a list of what he was going to do when he got to heaven.
Entitled: “Plans for Jannah (Heaven in Arabic)” the list details:
• Tour entire property in Jannah and choose main palace
• Meet all wives and name and choose main 2
• Decorate main palace
• Meet all family and feast
• Meet all friends and feast
• Meet all Ambiya [prophets] and Sahaba [companions of Prophet Mohammed (Pbuh)]
• Meet Allah [God]
• Visit Jannah market
• Spend time with wives
• Choose quests to embark upon
• New form of entertainments
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury /CourtesyMohiussunnath – or Musa – Chowdhury was obsessive about quests in which he played the part of a heroic martyr doing God’s work on earth, said the report.
He prepared for “martyrdom” by planning for attacks on Madame Tussauds wax museum in London, a Gay Pride parade and an open-top tour bus.
The list is surrounded by verses from the Quran, sayings from Islam’s Prophet Mohammed (Pbuh) and a scarcely legible definition of heaven.
The 28-year-old former Uber driver has been convicted of preparation for an act of terrorism, collecting information useful to someone preparing an act of terrorism and disseminating terrorist publications after an undercover police operation that lasted five months.
Sneha Chowdhury, his sister, was also convicted of failing to disclose information about acts of terrorism.
Mohiussunnath has now faced trial three times for terrorism plotting – and the final prosecution has led to his conviction and possible life sentence.
In August 2017, he drove to Buckingham Palace and, carrying a samurai-style sword, got out of his car and was involved in a struggle with police officers. They suffered minor injuries – before being able to restrain him.
Source: Dhaka Tribune