He was born on 7 December 1981He was a student at the University of North LondonHe then attended al-Muhajiroun events and was influenced by radical clericsHe claimed to "be happy" about the 9/11 attacks on the United StatesHe travelled to Pakistan in 2003He allegedly helped planned attacks on the UKRead Full Story
Five British muslims were convicted today of plotting to carry out a deadly bombing spree across the United Kingdom.
Omar Khyam, the ringleader of the group, and four other men were found guilty. The men were all given life sentences by Justice Michael Astill.
"You have betrayed the country that has given you every advantage in life," Judge Astill said during sentencing.Read Full Story
Omar Khyam once told a court of law that he was "happy" when he heard the news about the September 11th attacks in 2001. He was convicted in the UK court in April 2007 under terrorism charges.