Jailed al-Qaeda Chief Claiming Discrimination After His MP3 Player Was Confiscated

A jailed Al-Qaeda terror master whose twisted creed bans music has lodged a discrimination complaint after his Walkman was confiscated.

Rangzieb Ahmed, 43, was caged for life in 2008 for planning horrific atrocities and was linked to the 7/7 London bombers who killed 52 in 2005.

He followed an Islamist Sharia doctrine which pledges to destroy Western culture and bans all forms of entertainment including music and dancing.

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