The boy wrote a "martyrdom letter," as well as a note with bullet points such as "run down the non-believers with a car" and "strike the infidels who oppose Allah in the neck."
A 17-year-old boy has been found guilty of plotting an Isis-inspired terror attack in Cardiff, Wales, on the same day as a Justin Bieber concert.
The boy, who cannot be named due to his age, was found guilty of five terror-related charges at Birmingham Crown Court, following his arrest on June 30 -- a month after a bombing at Manchester Arena killed 23 people and injured over 500 during an Ariana Grande concert, The Guardian reports. He was arrested after researching security around a Bieber concert at Cardiff's Principality stadium and wrote a "martyrdom letter," suggesting he had been inspired by Isis. The boy is of white British heritage.
When police raided the boy's house, they found a claw hammer and a gutting knife in his school backpack, as well as a suicide note that read, "I am a soldier of the Islamic State. I have attacked Cardiff today because your government keep on bombing targets in Syria and Iraq. There will be more attacks in the future."