Connor Ward, 25, who planned terrorism attacks on Scottish mosques, has been jailed for life and he must serve at least six years. The 25 year old was previously jailed for three years in 2012 for pleading guilty to explosive charges.
He had a list of targets and also had elements to made bombs after a Police search of his home address. At Glasgow’s High Court Lord Burns stated, after the Jury finding Ward guilty, that if Ward had carried these attacks out, “it would have had catastrophic results.” 
Ward showed little emotion during the Trial in Edinburgh nor at his sentencing in Glasgow. Mr Alwawi, from the Aberdeen Mosque stated: “We feel very sad, it is actually a very sad situation to see a young person destroy his life due to misinformation and promotion of non tolerance.”