No, it's going to be the average guy, like you and your children.
It said: 'Fighting Allah's enemies is an obligation', and went on: 'Do not spend your days in endless discussion with the cowardly and foolish.
It means that it will delay your meeting Allah's enemies on the battlefield.
So be prepared to turn away from them.'Mr Whittam told the jury: 'There are limits to the concept of self-defence.
It justifies, makes lawful, only what is reasonably necessary to meet an imminent attack or threat of attack.
If the attack or threat of attack is gone it is pure speculation.'To seek out and to kill political opponents on the grounds that you say that they have oppressed your countrymen or people of your religion is still murder.
Disputes have to be settled by lawful means, not retaliation.'Killing to make a political point, or to frighten the public to put pressure on the Government, or as an expression of anger, is murder and remains murder whether the Government in question is a good one, a bad one, or a dreadful one.'Equally there is no defence of moral justification for killing just as there is no defence of religious justification.
An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth suggests revenge or retaliation, and in the context of this case, murder.'Adebolajo later told officers: 'I am a Muslim extremist, this may be the only chance you meet one.
Your people have gone to Afghanistan and raped and killed our women.I am seeking retribution I wouldn't stoop so low as to rape and kill women.In the dock: Michael Adebolajo, 28, left, and Michael Adebowale, 22, right, surrounded by prison officers as they stand accused of murdering the Fusilier as he walked back to Woolwich Barracks on May 22 First day of trial: Family members and loved ones of murdered soldier Lee Rigby (left to right) Ian Rigby, his stepfather, fiancee Aimee West his sister Sara Mc Clure and his mother Lyn Rigby arrive at the Old Bailey The Vauxhall Tigra allegedly used to knock down Lee Rigby was seen in Lewisham at 1.52pm on May 21, and at 2.01pm Adebolajo went to the Lewisham branch of Argos where he purchased a five-piece set of kitchen knives in a block and a knife sharpener, the jury was told.'They had committed a cowardly and callous murder by deliberately attacking an unarmed man in civilian clothes from behind using a vehicle as a weapon and then they murdered him and mutilated his body with that meat cleaver and knives.'On his return to Britain, he completed a second tour of public duties and then moved to Germany where he was held in readiness for 'contingency operations' as part of the Small Scale Contingency Battle Group.'Others went to see if they could provide first aid.Another woman engaged Michael Adebolajo in conversation despite the fact that he was still holding the meat cleaver and his hands were covered in blood.'When a police vehicle stopped in the middle of the road, both men moved 'immediately' towards it.Adebolajo moved more quickly, raising the meat cleaver above his head and getting 'very close' to the officers.Aftermath: The two men accused of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby, Michael Adebolajo (right) and Michael Adebowale (second right) spoke to witnesses and said they were 'fighting Allah's enemies', the jury heard 'Do you think David Cameron is going to get caught in the street, when we start busting our guns, do you think your politicians are going to die?