A man who threatened to blow up a train and shouted "you Britons and Americans are killing all my people" has been sentenced to four months in jail.
Hakeem was found guilty after trial at Paisley Sheriff Court
Mohammed Ashraf Hakeem, 42, from Glasgow, made the threat on a train as it pulled into Paisley Gilmour Street.
He was found guilty of a racially aggravated breach of the peace.
Sentencing at Paisley Sheriff Court, Sheriff Bill Dunlop said: "You terrorised those people on that train. They were genuinely scared."
He added: "In these days of real terrorists, we cannot have people going around on public transport pretending to be terrorists."
Hakeem, an unemployed waiter, made the threat on 30 December, 2005, on a Glasgow to Gourock train.
He stood in the train carriage and said: "I could bomb the lot of you in a second if I wanted to."
Witnesses told how they became so anxious that they got up and moved.
Sheriff Dunlop said: "You chose deliberately to mention Britons and Americans.
"Set against the appalling events of last year, I cannot imagine a clearer case of racial aggravation."
The court heard Hakeem had been little more than a "sad, pathetic drunk" who had been disowned by his family due to his excessive drinking.