Although suicide bomber Salmon Abedi was born in Britain some 24 years ago, the key word to describe him would be “unassimilated.”
His entire family, in fact, have co-opted a space in England where they fly the Libyan flag and live among the British people as they would have in North Africa.
Idiots of the liberal/globalist/progressive sing a song of assimilation and integration. In their fevered minds, we’re all just going to get along and enjoy the enrichment that multiculturalism brings. Cheap-ass politicians, dependent upon the shekels provided by donors, sing the praises of multiculturalism.
This is proof that Western democracy is a FAILURE.
No picture of Salman Abedi, the Manchester suicide bomber, has emerged, but enterprising newsmen have pieced together a few details of his life.
Excerpt from the Daily Mail
The bomber – named today as 22-year-old Salman Abedi – was known to authorities. He died at the scene and police carried out a controlled explosion at what is believed to be his home during raids around the city today.
Abedi, the son of an airport security worker, is a Mancunian of Libyan descent.
Police also raided a house where Abedi’s brother, Ismail, lived and arrested a 23-year-old man, prompting speculation that Ismail had been detained.
The police and security services are trying to establish whether Salman worked alone or was part of a wider network that helped him with the bomb.
A school friend told MailOnline he had grown a beard when he last saw him and neighbours claimed he had been ‘acting strangely’ recently.
Security sources have told MailOnline that initial analysis of the ‘sophisticated’ device suggests it was made by an expert.
Abedi was born in Manchester on New Year’s Eve 1994, the son of two Libyans who came to Britain to escape the Gaddafi regime.
His father, Ramadan Abedi, is a former airport security worker, MailOnline can reveal.
It is understood he has three siblings, two brothers, Ismail and Hashem and a sister, Jomana.
The suicide bomber was heard chanting Islamic prayers in Arabic just weeks before the attack, a neighbour has revealed.
Lina Ahmed, 21, told MailOnline: ‘They were a Libyan family. A couple of months ago he [Salman] was chanting the first kalma [Islamic prayer] really loudly in the street. He was chanting in Arabic. He was saying ‘There is only one God and the prophet Mohammed is his messenger.’
Another neighbour Roshanay Bukhari said: ‘They are a Libyan family. They speak Arabic together and they have Libyan flags in their garden.
‘There is a mother, a father and their son Salman. The mother used to teach my younger sister to read the Koran because it us in Arabic.
‘They dressed very traditionally, in Islamic clothes. The mother used to wear a headscarf.’
Salman and his brother Ismail worshipped at Didsbury mosque, where their father is a well-known figure.
Ramadan is thought to be in Tripoli. His wife, Samia, is undestood to be in Manchester.
Some were shocked by Salman’s involvement in the terror attack. One member of Manchester’s Libyan community told the Guardian: ‘Salman?
I’m astonished by this. He was such a quiet boy, always very respectful towards me. His brother Ismail is outgoing, but Salman was very quiet. He is such an unlikely person to have done this.’
However others had a different recollection of the 22-year-old. Mohammed Saeed, the imam of Didsbury Mosque and Islamic Centre, said Salman Abedi had looked at him ‘with hate’ after he gave a sermon attacking ISIS and Ansar al-Sharia in Libya.
He said a friend was so concerned that he got his adult children to sit beside Salman Amedi in case he attacked the imam.
In America, less than 100 years ago, a blip in historical time, my American cousins stormed a black area of town and burned it to the ground when a single white person was killed by a Negro.
How times have changed:
Vigils and flowers are viewed by Muslims as a sign of weakness. You only encourage them when you participate. It’s better to stay home and Tweet than write silly signs and hold candles in the air while singing songs of love.
Learn a war dance and make war on the enemy.