The benefits of uncontrolled mass immigration are endless.
Sharia, terrorism, raping native women, benefits fraud, aggressive Islam, bombings, Jihad, the breakdown of communities, Islamic Hate... the list is endless.
Now word comes of brave Muslims that are working hard to better humanity by forcing Sharia on the infidel though not only the Demographic Jihad currently underway in the West, but also with the tools of good-old fashion-Jihad.
Muslims Planned to Plant Bombs in Pubs.
THREE terrorists from Stoke-on-Trent plotted al-Qaida-inspired bomb attacks on pubs and clubs in the Potteries.
Usman Khan, Mohammed Shahjahan and Nazam Hussain, wanted to bring terror to their home city by placing homemade timebombs in pub toilets.
They also planned to send at least one of their number to terror training camps in Pakistan.
A fourth man from Stoke-on-Trent, Mohibur Rahman, was found in possession of a terrorist magazine containing a bomb recipe.
The four were part of a wider terror network, which included four others who were planning to bomb the London Stock Exchange.
Nine men involved in the network were arrested in police raids in December 2010.
They are now awaiting sentence after entering last-minute guilty pleas to various terror charges at Woolwich Crown Court, just as a five-month trial was about to start.
Khan, aged 20, of Persia Walk, Tunstall; Shahjahan, aged 27, of Burmarsh Walk, Burslem, and Hussain, aged 26, of Grove Street, Cobridge, admitted being engaged in conduct in preparation for acts of terrorism between November 1 and December 20, 2010.
The three travelled to meetings with their fellow terrorists in South Wales, raised funds for terrorist training and planned to undergo further terror training in the Kashmir region of Pakistan.
Prosecutor Andrew Edis said: "They were involved in what are described as operational meetings, which were meetings of this group of nine people, which were designed to develop plans for the commission of acts of terrorism."
Rahman, aged 27, of North Road, Cobridge, admitted possessing an article for a terrorist purpose, namely electronic copies of a terrorist magazine produced by al-Qaida. It contained instructions on how to make bombs out of common household items.
While the Stoke-on-Trent defendants were recorded talking about attacking pubs in the city, they had not selected specific targets by the time of their arrest. Nor had they constructed the bombs.
Mohammed Chowdhury, aged 21, and Shah Rahman, aged 29, both from London, and Abdul Miah, aged 25, and Gurukanth Desai, aged 29, both from Cardiff, admitted preparing for an act of terrorism, specifically the Stock Exchange attack.
Omar Latif, aged 27, from Cardiff, admitted preparing for an act of terrorism by attending meetings.
Sentencing for all nine defendants was adjourned until next Monday.