Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Manchester Bomber was British Citizen, Son of Libyan Refugee Parents

Wounded concertgoers at the entrance to Manchester arena

The original report has now been confirmed by multiple sources.

The story below claims that the 22-year-old bomber was born in Britain to Libyan parents.

He was one of four children.

A younger daughter and son apparently recently returned to Libya with their parents, leaving the two eldest sons in Manchester. The bomber, Salman Abedi, died at the scene. His brother has reportedly been arrested.

If this report is accurate, the family was somewhat "westernized." The suicide bomber's sister, has two still live Facebook pages with various pictures of her in "model" of "fashion" poses. Her profile picture features a chic Muslima in a hijab sipping coffee next to a bottle of expensive perfume. There are also many references to Allah, as well as the information that she used to work at at a Manchester mosque.

From the Telegraph
The suicide bomber who killed 22 people and injured dozens more at the Manchester Arena has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, according to US officials. 
Born in Manchester in 1994, the second youngest of four children his parents were Libyan refugees who came to the UK to escape the Gaddafi regime. 
His mother, Samia Tabbal, 50, and father, Ramadan Abedi, a security officer, were both born in Libya but appear to have emigrated to London before moving to the Fallowfield area of south Manchester where they have lived for at least ten years. 
After giving birth to two sons, they had son Hashem Abedi, now 20, and daughter Jomana, 18. 
Jomana, who has two Facebook profiles, attended Whalley Range High School before apparently working at Didsbury Mosque in 2013. 
Although born in Manchester, she states online that she is from Tripoli and has many Libyan connections. Her profile also makes reference to wearing a hijab. 
Abedi grew up in the Whalley Range area, just yards from the local girl's high school, which hit the headlines in 2015 when twins and grade A pupils, Zahra and Salma Halane, who were both aspiring medical students, left their homes and moved to Isil controlled Syria. 
There were unconfirmed reports in Manchester that the whole family apart from the two elder sons recently returned to Libya.


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  2. Considering that people that have been born -- and raised -- "Christian" have converted to Islam and then performed terrorists acts, I do not find it surprising that people who are born and raised "Muslim" can commit such acts . . . irregardless of WHERE they are born. I still view "immigration" from such countries as a problem. In this case . . . the immigration of the parents.

    That's my opinion and I'm sticking with it, even though many who post here will disagree.

  3. Interesting, they recently returned to Libya. Expecting fallout from anything that may or may not happen at a concert venue in the near future?
    I don't have the adjectives to describe how I feel about these people. I refuse to make "hearts" with my hands, or anything similar. Islam is the problem. We'll come to it, sooner or later. But how many bombs will it take.

  4. Jihadists are Mahometan Saints because they actualise the insane ravings of the putative Allah in the crummy Koran and they also mimic the putative perfect man, Mahomet.

    A Christian who converts to Mahometanism has not God (2 John 9) and, so, he is likely to commit any evil act.

    To be a Jihadi is to be a perfect Mahometan whereas to be a Christian terrorist is to go against everything - Bible, Church, Tradition - taught by Christianity.