Here are some of the noteworthy details about these young men’s jihad preacher father Abu Hamza, indicating where his sons may have gotten their world view:
- He was “convicted in the UK in 2006 of charges including soliciting murder and possessing terrorist handbooks following a £1million trial.”
- A court was told in 2004 that “Abu Hamza is a leading member of a ‘global conspiracy to wage war on the West.’”
- Abu Hamza “was finally extradited to New York in 2012 after a long-running battle over whether he would face the death penalty or torture in America.”
He was convicted by a US court and “sentenced after being found guilty of 11 terror charges, including providing a satellite phone and advice to Yemeni militants who kidnapped Western tourists in 1998 – and plotting to set up an al Qaeda training camp in Oregon.”
Abu Hamza not only devoted his life to violent jihad, but “jumped at every chance to support jihad.” As far as he was concerned, “fighting, shooting, kidnapping, killing” were all mandatory, all justified in the cause of jihad, so it’s obvious why he’d be in solitary confinement, as the spread of the jihad ideology is a serious problem in American jails, and in fact in all Western jails.
In 2020, Abu Hamza was reported to be suing US authorities over his “rotting teeth,” no halal diet and “degrading” conditions in jail.
While jihadists are regarded in Western culture as “criminals” and are often described as having “mental health issues,” they are not driven by “mental illness” or criminality, but by the jihad ideology, which feeds their zeal and actions. In the view of jihadis and their supporters, they are heroes, and martyrs when they die in the cause of Allah.
Abu Hamza raised his family in the jihad ideology (as many do). The family members may also preach and recruit for jihad in jail.
To read about this terrible family that has hoodwinked the British society to huge legal fees paid by the state, click here.