Authorities were warned about Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi

Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi

Salman Abedi

Salman Abedi –  Over the last five years, the authorities have been warned at least five times for Salman Abedi, the suicide terrorist who attacked Monday at the Ariane Grande concert in Manchester. This is reported by The Telegraph.

For example, two friends of Abedi called the anti-terrorism hotline when they heard him say that it was “fine to be a suicide terrorist”. The mosque that Abedi attended warned the police because Abedi was radicalizing. He had a fierce discussion discussed with An imam who held an anti-extremist sermon. Because of this he got banned from the mosque. Abedi’s family also warned the British police because they thought he was becoming dangerous. Moreover, the father of Abedi, Ramadan, was a member of a Libyan group Who has ties with al qaida.

Passport Confiscated

Nothing happened with the information. Abedi was on a watch list. However, the terrorist was not being monitored. Abedi had the opportunity to fly regularly between the United Kingdom and Libya, where its roots lie. Authorities believe that Abedi learned how to make the bombs there.

Abedi’s father said in interviews “to be shocked by the news” and “unable to understand how he could be involved in an assault that led to the death of children”, a friend of the family reports to The Telegraph that Abedi’s parents were so worried about his behavior that they forced him to leave the United Kingdom and return to Libya to stay with them. His father even took his passport from him, but he got it back from his mother when he told her he was going on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. Instead, Abedi traveled back to England. A few weeks later he commited the attack.

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