Confessions of Madiha Tahir and Omar Mirza

October 26, 2017
They dreamed of celebrating their marriage as a terrorist act They dreamed of celebrating their marriage as a terrorist act

In front of the court in Britain, the confessions of Madiha Tahir, 21, and her friend Omar Mirza and his brother were shocking, including death, beheadings and terrorist acts, as ceremonial rituals during the wedding ceremony.

Madiha Tahir admitted before the court in Birmingham that she had dreamed of cutting off the head of British journalist Katie Hopkins and told her boyfriend in mutual letters that she wanted to celebrate their marriage by committing a terrorist act.

Taher and Mirza bought a man-made rubber doll, often used for martial arts training, as well as an online knife, which police found during a search of their home in Birmingham.

Mirza and Taher discussed via Watsab a terrorist attack and identified a leader of a radical right-wing British group as their target. Mirza and his brother Zainoub have already admitted planning crimes.

The court heard Taher and her partner Mirza boasting about each other's extreme views and discussed plans to celebrate their marriage by launching a terrorist attack.

In one of the letters Mirza wrote: "The day of marriage, I will kill everyone, give me the list, the only thing that prevents me is that we are not married, I am not joking."

"This is wonderful, but it can not happen before I put the bear in my finger," Taher replied.

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