US-born preacher Anwar al-Awlaki allegedly told IT expert Rajib Karim: “We need men who are willing to go all the way and not hold back anything from Allah.
‘The religion of Allah cannot be given victory by part-time service. This is not a weekend religion. The contract is to sell our souls to Allah. The compensation is paradise.
“There are minuscule numbers of sincere men and women who are willing to break through the shackles. I pray you are one of them.”
Al-Awlaki is said to have urged the software engineer, 31, to exploit a BA strike to train for a cabin crew job. Jurors were told the cleric asked: “Is it possible to get a package or person with a package on board a flight heading to the US?”
Karim joined the airline in 2007 and worked in a Newcastle call centre. They allegedly began swapping emails last January after being introduced online by Karim’s brother, Woolwich crown court, South East London, was told.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:50 PM on Feb. 9, 2011 in Religious Debate
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Not having knowledge on how we are to serve a higher Power has always been a problem along with a case of mental illness and not knowing how to deal with life in general.
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