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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Muslim extremists Ali Beheshti, 41, and two accomplices jailed for firebombing the home of "Mohammed" book publisher.

Muslim extremists Ali Beheshti, 41, and two accomplices jailed for firebombing the home of "Mohammed" book publisher.

Sentencing Ali Beheshti, 41, and two accomplices to four and a half years, Mrs Justice Rafferty told them:
'If you choose to live in this country, you live by its rules.'

'There is no such thing as "a la carte citizenship" and, in your case, there is no such thing as "a la carte obedience" to the law.'

Beheshti, a follower of hate cleric Abu Hamza's al-Muhajiroun group, poured diesel through the letterbox of Martin Rynja's £2.5million house and set it alight to 'punish' him for agreeing to release "The Jewel of Medina", a fictional account of the Prophet's child bride.

Beheshti achieved notoriety three years ago at a protest against Danish cartoons of Mohammed when he was photographed with his 18-month-old daughter, Farisa, whom he had dressed in a
pink bonnet celebrating Al Qaeda.

Beheshti, who has a previous conviction for the attempted murder of his father, described her to reporters as the youngest member of the Al-Qaeda network. Before his arrest Beheshti lived with his family in Ilford, East London. He described himself as a pilot on Farisa's birth certificate. More........................


Bill Warner
private investigator