London, Apr.24 : The man accused of leading the plot to blow up Transatlantic flights kept extremist Islamic books in his son's cot, a jury heard on Wednesday.
Abdulla Ahmed Ali also discussed taking the eight-month-old on a suicide mission, it is claimed.
According to The Sun, detectives found a copy of The Lofty Mountain by Sheikh Abdullah Azzam which is said to have inspired Osama bin Laden, the court heard.
They also allegedly discovered Milestone by Sayyid Qutb - executed for terrorism in 1966 - which called on "all Muslims" to join a jihad, or holy war.
Cops searched the bedroom Ali, 27, shared with his wife and baby in Walthamstow, East London, after his arrest on August 9, 2006. They also found an SAS survival handbook, a chemistry manual and an audio recording of firebrand MP George Galloway.
Woolwich Crown Court was told a bug recorded Ali discussing taking his family on a suicide mission.
Ali and Islam - born Brian Young - of West Ham, East London, plus six other British Muslims, allegedly plotted suicide attacks on seven transatlantic flights from Heathrow using bombs disguised as soft drinks.
All deny conspiracy to murder and endanger the safety of an aircraft. The trial continues.