(New York Post) It's too late to sing a sad song now.
The Queens man who trained overseas with al Qaeda and plotted a suicide bombing on the city's subway system sang Koranic verses in open court yesterday as he was sentenced to spend life in prison.
"I would like to be praising God in Arabic," bearded terrorist Adis Medunjanin, 28, announced before singing several prayers as he, defense attorney Robert Gottlieb and federal prosecutors stood in front of Judge John Gleeson in Brooklyn federal court.
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Medunjanin then read from the Koran in English as his parents, sister and extended family members watched from the gallery.