These jihadis operate with complete impunity in the UK. British police are far more concerned with tracking down incidents of online “islamophobia” than to pay any close attention to people such as Salman Abedi. The UK is much more concerned about “islamophobia” than about jihad terror. That’s why they banned me from the country for sounding the alarm about Islam and jihad, while jihad preachers routinely stream into Britain with no problem.
“Revealed: Manchester suicide bomber visited jailed jihadi friend in UK prison months before his attack – as jailed terrorist’s would-be ISIS sniper brother becomes latest member of linked network to be convicted,” by Richard Spillett and Anthony Joseph, MailOnline, December 7, 2017:
The Manchester suicide bomber visited a jailed jihadi friend in a British prison just months before he murdered 22 people in a suicide bomb attack.
Salman Abedi, 23, visited disabled Abdalraouf Abdallah, 24, while he was serving time for terrorism offences last year.
Abdalraouf was an ISIS recruiter who used used Skype and encrypted messaging apps to help terrorists source guns and cash and get from the UK to Syria undetected.
His older brother Mohammed, 26, is a suspected ISIS sniper and was today convicted of travelling to fight for the militants in the Middle East.
Both were part of a network of ISIS fanatics in south Manchester that included Abedi, who injured 120 others in a horrific suicide bomb attack at the Manchester Arena on May 22.
As part of his trip to Syria, Mohammed had to get his father Nagah, 50, to send him £2,000, which he picked up from a hotel in Istanbul.
His father was arrested as part of the investigation but released without charge.
He refused to answer questions when asked about his sons’ crimes by a reporter for Sky News.
Abdalraouf was shot and left paralysed from the waist down while he and Mohammed fought with Islamist groups battling Colonel Gaddafi’s regime in Tripoli, Libya, in August 2011.
When the Abdallahs fled to the UK later that year Abdalraouf was given a wheelchair and treated at central Manchester University Hospital at vast expense to the taxpayer.
The paraplegic jihadi then acted as an ISIS recruiter, using Skype and encrypted messaging apps to help terrorists source guns and cash and get from the UK to Syria undetected.
Mohammed was given £2,000 and a heavy duty Russian machine gun by his brother’s contacts before he crossed the Turkish border into Syria on an unknown date in 2014.
The supermarket worker returned to the UK in September last year and was arrested by counter terror cops after being outed as a ‘specialist sniper’ when an ISIS defector handed secret files to Sky News.
Today, he was found guilty of one count of being a member of ISIS, one count of possessing a firearm for terrorist purpose and one count of possessing £2,000 for terrorist purposes following an Old Bailey trial….
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