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An Islamist terrorist murdered a convert to Christianity in the UK

Ahmed Alid, an Islamist extremist, faced trial at Teesside Crown Court in Middlesbrough on April 11 for the murder of a pensioner and the attempted murder of his housemate, Javed Nouri, who had converted to Christianity.

During the trial, prosecutor Jonathan Sandiford KC recounted the events of October 15 when Ahmed Alid, armed with two knives, forcibly entered Mr. Nouri’s bedroom, shouting “Allahu Akbar” before stabbing him multiple times, including in the chest. Fortunately, Mr. Nouri managed to fend off the attacker despite his injuries. Alid then left the house, still wielding one knife, and proceeded to stab Terence Carney, a 70-year-old pensioner, who died at the scene in Hartlepool.

Armed police arrested Alid at the corner of Victoria Road and York Road, where he was found with a knife in his waistband. According to the prosecutor, Alid expressed his intent to kill people due to the conflict in Gaza, expressing a desire for Palestine to be free from what he termed ‘the Zionist entity’, blaming Britain for its creation.

Sandiford also highlighted that the relationship between Nouri and Alid soured after Alid learned of Nouri’s conversion to Christianity, viewing him as an apostate deserving of death.





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