Marian Wilkinson, summarizing Provisions on the Rules of Jihad, a jihad manual written by Bilal Khazal of Sydney, Australia:
"Among the assassination techniques used by Western intelligence, the book says, are letter bombs, snipers, car bombs and ‘cake throwing,' which it adds, ‘is well known in the West.' Jihadists are warned to be alert to couples pretending to be joking before attacking the target with cakes. ‘This could lead to his eyes, nose and mouth being plugged and [the victim] loses the ability to breathe. Few would suspect the fatal consequences'."
("Jihad text gave rules for killers, court told," Sydney Morning Herald, June 10, 2005)