Converted ISIS fanatic who wanted to blow up St Paul’s Cathedral
an image has been released of the isis supporter who wanted to blow up st pauls cathedral.
An ISIS supporter has pleaded guilty to plotting to bomb St Paul’s Cathedral and a London hotel in a bid to kill “a lot” of innocent people.
jihadist ‘Safiyya Amira Shaikh’, originally born Michelle Ramsden, sent messages of her planned attack as her plan was revelled by two undercover police officers posing as an isis husband and wife duo.
The 36-year-old – who vowed to “kill till I’m dead” – wrote: “I want to kill a lot. I would like to do church… a day like Christmas or Easter good, kill more. I always send threats. But I want to make threats real.”
In another message, she sent a photo of St Paul’s Cathedral, in the City of London, and wrote: “I would like to do this place for sure.