See the disturbing video that shows Muslim extremists training at al Qaeda camp in the Lake District By JAYA NARAIN -
A Muslim extremist took part in a campaign to recruit and train "jihadists" after flying to Britain posing as a student.
Yeah, we've got a lot of that too.
Pakistani-born Abdul Rahman, 25, arrived in the UK on a student visa, but spent just one day at university before dropping out.
He then joined up with a gang of radical young Muslims who aimed to scout, recruit and encourage others to take up arms in a holy war.
Disturbing video footage showed the group taking part in an arduous 'Al Qaeda training camp' in the Lake District in preparation for the jihad.
Rahman was last night facing up to six years in jail after he admitted helping a terrorist suspect flee the country.
- See video of the extremists training here (part 1)
- See video of the extremists training here (part 2)
- See video of the extremists training here (part 3)
- See video of the extremists training here (part 4
In Rahman's house, police found hunting knives, two-way radios, GPS equipment and propaganda - including a document referring to terrorist finishing schools called How Can I Train Myself for Jihad?
Yesterday Rahman admitted two offences under the 2006 Terrorism Act and pleaded guilty to a further charge of helping a terror suspect defy a control order.
The case illustrated the weaknesses of control orders, said one senior police source outside court.
He added: 'There is real concern these orders are not worth the paper they are written on and do nothing in real terms to protect the public.
"Despite these orders, suspected terrorists are able to move around the UK and even leave the country to go and fight jihad elsewhere."