The wife of a man who blew himself up in a Stockholm street sent him a text message about "paradise" three days before his death, a court heard today.
Taimour Abdulwahab died in the explosion on 11 December 2010 in the Bryggargatan area of the Swedish capital.
Nasserdine Menni, whose age is unknown, is on trial at the High Court in Glasgow charged with conspiring with Abdulwahab and others to further terrorist aims, which included the use of explosive devices in the commission of an act of terrorism directed against members of the Swedish public, with intent to murder them.
Abdulwahab's wife Mona Thwany, 29, gave evidence for a second day on Wednesday.
The court heard that on 8 December a text message was sent from her number to her husband's number.
It read: "I love you more than the world and what is in it. There's no-one I would rather be with in this life and in jannah."
Advocate Depute Andrew Miller asked her what jannah meant and she replied "paradise".
He asked: "Why the reference to paradise?"
She said: "We speak about paradise every day."
She told the court that she thought her husband went to Sweden in December 2010 to visit family.
Mr Miller asked: "Did you have any prior knowledge of the circumstances which would lead to your husband's death in Sweden?"
She replied: "No."
Menni is also charged with transferring money to or for the use of Abdulwahab, in the knowledge it would be used for the purposes of terrorism.
It is alleged he conspired with Abdulwahab and others from addresses in Glasgow, Luton, Bedford, Syria, Iraq and Sweden between 1 January 2003 and 8 March 2011.
He denies all of the charges against him.
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