London, Sept 8 : A YouTube spoof video posted by the brother of an Al-Qaeda terrorist, in which he boasts how to make a bomb, is making rounds of internet circles.
The video shows Musa Ahmet, 47, chillingly looking into the camera saying: "Hi everybody. I'm going to show you how to make a deadly bomb in two minutes."
Then he is shown fiddling with components out of view and finally holding up a sign with "Deadly Bomb" scribbled above a rough sketch of a device. Musa is the brother of Atilla, 44, hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza's personal bodyguard who called himself "the No 1 al-Qaeda in Europe".
After being jailed for six years and 11 months earlier this year, Atilla, according to cops, was urging young Muslims to kill.
Musa was once caught with his brother outside a Chinese restaurant in South London, but was later cleared in court of possessing a firearm.
But, families of 7/7 London terror attack victims have asked for the video to be taken off the website.
"I'm disgusted. There's nothing funny about making bombs when they destroy lives. He's got a sick sense of humour," British tabloid The Sun quoted Kim Beer, 50, mum of King's Cross bomb victim Phil Beer, 22, of Borehamwood, Herts, as saying.
Later, Musa insisted that he made the "joke" film to hit back at police who wrongly arrested him.
"I did it as a joke. There's nothing behind it. I'm against terrorism. If anybody is offended by it then I apologise and I will take it down," he said on the phone from his home in Eltham, South East London.