Posts Tagged ‘harboring terrorists’

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Libya’s Link to Manchester’s Tragedy

The “smoking gun” is that when Theresa May was Home Secretary, LIFG jihadists were allowed to travel unhindered across Europe and encouraged to engage in “battle”: first to remove Mu’ammar Gadaffi in Libya, then to join al-Qaida affiliated groups in Syria.

…Why wasn’t he apprehended and the network around him prevented from planning and executing the atrocity on 22 May?

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Government FINALLY uses powers to ban ISIS jihadis from returning to Britain

It is understood so far just one has been imposed, according to the Daily Mail.

A TEO, which is approved by a judge before being issued by the Home Secretary, makes it illegal for an extremist to return to the UK without informing the authorities and agreeing to be monitored.

And that is temporary!

The exclusion orders, which were introduced by Mr Cameron in February 2015, when issued last a maximum of two years.

 

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Huge scale of terror threat revealed: UK home to 23,000 jihadists

About 3,000 people from the total group are judged to pose a threat and are under investigation or active monitoring in 500 operations being run by police and intelligence services. The 20,000 others have featured in previous inquiries and are categorised as posing a “residual risk”.

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UK Government Harbored Terrorists Linked to Manchester Blast for Decades

Tony Cartalucci pointed out an admission in the Telegraph piece:

A Thriving Terrorist Community in the Midst of Manchester 

The same Telegraph article would also admit (emphasis added):

A group of Gaddafi dissidents, who were members of the outlawed Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), lived within close proximity to Abedi in Whalley Range.

Among them was Abd al-Baset Azzouz, a father-of-four from Manchester, who left Britain to run a terrorist network in Libya overseen by Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s successor as leader of al-Qaeda. 

Azzouz, 48, an expert bomb-maker, was accused of running an al-Qaeda network in eastern Libya. The Telegraph reported in 2014 that Azzouz had 200 to 300 militants under his control and was an expert in bomb-making. 

Another member of the Libyan community in Manchester, Salah Aboaoba told Channel 4 news in 2011 that he had been fund raising for LIFG while in the city. Aboaoba had claimed he had raised funds at Didsbury mosque, the same mosque attended by Abedi.