A British man was found guilty on Wednesday of a plot to kill Prime Minister Theresa May by first detonating an explosive device to get into her Downing Street office and then using a knife or a gun to attack her.
Rahman was arrested in London on November 28, shortly after the last of a number of meetings with undercover police officers posing as terrorists.
Rahman, originally from Walsall but most recently homeless in London, asked an undercover team for help with explosives for an attack and walked away with a fake bomb following an elaborate sting.
In a chat with a security service agent on the Telegram messaging app, Rahman said: "I want to do a suicide bomb on Parliament. I want to attempt to kill Theresa May", he is reported to have told the undercover intelligence officers.
During his Old Bailey trial, he admitted helping friend Mohammed Aqib Imran, 22, join Daesh in Libya.
Imran was found guilty of having a terrorist handbook after 13 hours of deliberations by the jury, which on Wednesday night was still considering a charge against him of preparing terrorist acts overseas.
A jury is deliberating a charge of preparing terror acts overseas against him.
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He was found guilty at the Old Bailey of preparing acts of terrorism in Britain.
The trial had heard how Rahman was encouraged by an uncle who travelled to Syria to fight and was killed in a drone strike last June.
Naa'imur had been planning to carry out the attack for two years but he became determined when he heard that his uncle had been killed in a drone attack last summer, Haydon added.
"There are lorries here with big gas tankers, if a brother can drive it next to Parliament I will bomb", said the 20-year-old from Birmingham, who had sworn allegiance to ISIS.
Rahman discussed shooting the Prime Minister when she came out of Number 10 to speak to the nation. I can't mess up.
On 28 November past year, the officer returned the rucksack and coat - now containing dummy explosives - telling him he was "good to go".
The terrorist was preparing a terrorist attack in the United Kingdom for two years.