Tuesday, May 23, 2017

American Officials Leak Name of Manchester Suicide Bomber

UPDATES BELOW:

He's been identified by US officials. Son of Libyan immigrants who allegedly fled Gaddafi's regime.
If the bomber died in the blast wouldn't they need some forensics for proper identity?
Of course a deceased victim wouldn't necessarily be the bomber anyway..
How could the US have identified this person so quickly and publicly? 
That put a bit of pressure on  Theresa May, no?

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More details are emerging about suicide bomber Salman Abedi.
Local reports said he was the child of Libyan refugees who fled to the UK to escape Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime, and was one of four children.
Theresa May previously said the bomber had been identified by security agencies, but that they were unable to name them at such an early stage of the investigation.
However, American officials appeared to have leaked Abedi's identity to media on the other side of the Atlantic.

Armed police raided the home of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi, ordering residents indoors as they carried out a controlled explosion.
Elsmore Road, where 23-year-old Abedi was registered as living, became the centre of the investigation into Monday's outrage.
Neighbours in the red-bricked semi-detached street said they knew little about who was living at the home.
 The man who blew himself up during an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena has been named as 23-year-old Salman Abedi, US officials have said. Abedi killed 22 people, including children, and wounded 59 more shortly after Grande had finished her performance last night. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack. More follows
Two curiosities- The US names the perp and ISIS takes the responsibility

The Independent: Manchester Arena attacker identified: Police know who carried out suicide bombing, says Theresa May
Police have identified the Manchester Arena attacker but it is too early in the investigation to release his name, Theresa May has said.
“The police and security services believe they know the identity of the perpetrator but at this stage of their investigations we cannot confirm his name," the Prime Minister added.
“The police and emergency services have as always acted with great courage and on behalf of the country I want to express our gratitude to them - they acted in accordance with the plans they have in place and the exercises they conduct to test those plans and they performed with the utmost professionalism."

Police were urging members of the public not to speculate on the terrorist's identity as the investigation continued.
At least 22 people were killed and 59 more injured in the blast, which the foyer between Manchester Arena and Victoria station as thousands of people flooded out of an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.
There has been no official claim of responsibility for the atrocity, but both Isis and al-Qaeda have been calling for attacks on the West and issued bomb-making guides.
Ian Hopkins, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, said investigators believe the attack was carried out by a lone suicide bomber “carrying” a homemade device.“The priority is to establish whether he was acting alone or as part of a network,” he added.
Interesting? So with ISIS taking responsibility do we now have a network connection that takes us back to Libya? Or  will this be the justification for stepping up military intervention in Syria/Iraq?

 May 24/2017 It appears we have a direct link back to Libya 

Globe & Mail

In Libya, authorities arrested Abedi’s father and a younger brother. The anti-terror force that took the brother, 18-year-old Hashim, into custody said the teenager had confessed that both he and his brother were a part of the Islamic State group and that Hashim Abedi had been aware of the details of the attack.
The father, Ramadan Abedi, denied his son’s involvement in an interview with The Associated Press earlier Wednesday, saying “We don’t believe in killing innocents.”

Manchester news from Ally!

Terror attack in my city. Shocked. What are your thoughts? Police making arrests near my house.

Manchester has the immigrant population in the UK after England, and is also the second largest city. Lots of immigrants and it generally known for being a very friendly city-little discrimination. In the EU referendum, the Manchester population overall voted to remain so this attack will definitely serve to create tension in one of the most immigrant-friendly cities in the UK. I am of that feeling too, Penny. They knew what the result was going to be before they held the referendum and would not have called for it if they thought the people would not vote the way they wanted them to.


And yes, someone arrested quite quickly. Friends reporting that there are police vans outside a shopping mall arresting a man. How'd they find him so quick?? For all I know, it is a false flag!
If Ally leaves any additional info I will post it here! 

UPDATE #1:  UK Terror Threat Raised from High to Critical
The UK terror threat level has been raised from severe to the highest - critical - after the Manchester Arena bombing.
The move indicates that another attack is believed to be imminent.
Theresa May announced the threat level change, saying military personnel could be deployed to support armed police officers.
She said: "It is a possibility we cannot ignore that there is a wider group of individuals linked to this attack."

Katy Perry pushing the globalist agenda: Solution to Terrorism: 'No Barriers, No Borders'

Influencing young minds with globalist gibberish- Hopefully no one listens to such tripe?

  The  UK Born suicide bomber has ties to Didsbury Mosque

This Didsbury Mosque rings a bell....
The Manchester Arena suicide bomber had made trips to Libya, Downing Street said last night, as intelligence agencies combed his connections with al-Qaeda and Islamic State in his parents’ homeland.
Salman Abedi, 22, was born in Manchester
 Abedi’s older brother Ismail had been a tutor at Didsbury mosque’s Koran school.
 He had become radicalised recently - it is not entirely clear when - and had worshipped at a local mosque that has, in the past, been accused of fund-raising for jihadists.

Didsbury MI5 previous connections... MI5 Betrayed Libyan Dissident 
 "This time, the plan was to set up further meetings with the target in Didsbury, with the hope of introducing him to MI5"

14 comments:

  1. Sorry for all the grammatical errors, just tired from work. It's 18:15 here and I am leaving university to find some roads have been closed. What are they doing??? My friend told me that she was going shopping and the police just walked into the supermarket, arrested some guy and put him into a van and drove off. How did they find him in a supermarket? And is this guy related to the bombing??

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    1. I just don't know Ally :(
      I'd guess someone told the police this fellow was at the store?
      Not sure?
      Don't worry about the grammar- it's what's going on and that's most important

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    2. You'll like this: https://youtu.be/CyzJ53MUra0

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    3. Hi Ally:

      I'm trying to listen to it all- skipping through some of it.

      There is some definite interesting points about this whole situation

      The biggest ones are:

      - it's an op against younger people- this would be exactly who we should expect to be targeted by a psyop- it leaves an impression that lasts well into the future..

      -younger people are vastly more impressionable/irrational then more mature persons

      - The fact the US named the perp is just incredible and suspicious

      - Didsbury Mosque, is a salafist mosque, not making all salafists bad or evil, but.. salifists seem to loom large in the NATO terror flock

      -Didsbury Mosque has been previously linked to MI5

      - The teen idol aka Katy Perry out spewing globalist rhetoric afterwards- reeks of message delivery to already traumatized persons

      To my mind Ally, it's a psychological operation along the lines of a gladio style op-

      Was there a bombing, I don't know with any certainty.

      Did people die? Most likely. You'll be able to watch your local media and see what's going on in the way of funerals/memorials etc

      Gladio is what I'd call this.

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    4. salafism(kharijites), they are a menace and always have been

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    5. Hi Kaz!

      They seem to be a menace, but, why is that so?
      This is beyond my scope so perhaps you can help?

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    6. Hi Penny,

      Salafism basicly a rebranded khawarij ideology. They renounce everything which has been build up for centuries so they can justify their actions.

      http://abuaminaelias.com/dangers-of-the-khawarij-ideology-of-violence/

      And to be fair, majority of the pain caused by Salafist are within Muslim majority regions. We see that they recruit their cannonfodders from westerns stable nations and send them to contested Muslim majority conflicts.

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    7. so they are an order out of chaos type ideology
      I can see their value to the globalist war mongers

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    8. thanks for the link Kaz!

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    9. I hope that link has cleared things up for you.

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    10. Yes, it has! It was an eye opener- If they are half as bad as what is written it explains so very much about their use to the elites- it's also frightening. I mean, really frightening!

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  3. O/T Ziad back after site attack.

    https://syrianperspective.com/2017/05/syrper-under-attack-by-defeated-terrorist-supporters-recovers-last-rats-leave-homs-1345-vultures-leave-al-qaaboon-syrian-army-kills-isis-minister-of-war.html

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    1. good to know jo
      I;ll stop by and have a quick look see

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