Here is what they said:
"As far as I'm concerned, when they bomb London, the bigger the better. I know it's going to happen because Sheikh bin Laden said so. Like Bali, like Turkey, like Madrid - I pray for it, I look forward to the day." (Abdul Haq - social worker)
"When terrorism happens, you will only have yourselves to blame." (Abu Malaahim - IT specialist)
"I would like to see the Mujahideen coming into London and killing thousands, whether with nuclear weapons or germ warfare." (Abu Yusuf - financial adviser)
"You want to know how far I will go. When Allah said in the Koran 'kill and be killed', that's what I want. I want a martyr operation, where I kill my enemy." (Abu Musa - security guard)
I am a Muslim living in Britain, and I give my allegiance only to Allah... (and ) the worldwide domination of Islam...
When a bomb attack happens here, I won't be against it, even if it kills my own children." (Sayful Islam - former business economics student, now 'claiming housing benefit and jobseeker's allowance' and leader of the Luton branch of al-Muhajiroun)
When 'a bomb attack' happened fourteen months later on 7 July 2005, it didn't kill Sayful Islam's children but it did kill 52 innocent Londoners. One presumes that he did not have a problem with that 'magnificent action.' Perhaps he even felt 'elated' when he heard about it. Maybe he even feels 'elated' when he thinks about it now.
You know, because of his allegiance to Allah and the 'worldwide domination of Islam?'