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(London Daily Mail) - An undercover police officer recorded British Muslim extremists calling for gay people to be thrown from 'high buildings', a court heard today.
Five men are accused of addressing or arranging meetings in support of the terror group at a church hall and the back garden of a home in Luton, Bedfordshire, last summer.
The first defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly told one gathering: 'We know that Islam is going to dominate all of this earth.'
He is one of four defendants who are said to have attended a meeting on June 27, 2015, in which a speaker criticised the annual Gay Pride parade in London, saying 'there's no pride in being gay'.
The speech was recorded by an undercover officer, referred to only as 'Kamal', who spent 20 months infiltrating the group and attending their meetings.
In a clip played to the Old Bailey, the speaker, identified only as 'Mohammed', said: 'When the parliament are making laws and having Gay Pride today in the UK, Gay Pride, where's the pride in being gay? There's no pride in being gay.'
He added: 'Alhamdullilah [praise be to God] the people haven't caught you, or it's high building for you.'
He continued: 'Brothers, there's no time to sleep in your chair, no time for relaxation, we should be asking for forgiveness from Allah every night. Oh Allah, forgive that we're living amongst these people and we're not completing our duty towards you.'
The meeting allegedly took place in a marquee erected in the back garden of a home in Luton.
'Mohammed' also called on the audience not to 'feel sorry' for the British tourists killed in the terrorist attack on a beach resort in Sousse, Tunisia, in June 2015; or the factory worker who was beheaded in Lyon, France, that same month, the court heard.
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