Brit Intelligence Had Five Warnings About Manchester Bomber


The Manchester suicide bomber was repeatedly flagged to the authorities over his extremist views, but was not stopped by officers, it emerged last night.

Counter Terrorism agencies were facing questions after it emerged Salman Abedi told friends that “being a suicide bomber was okay”, prompting them to call the Government’s anti-terrorism hotline.

Sources suggest that authorities were informed of the danger posed by Abedi on at least five separate occasions in the five years prior to the attack on Monday night.

The authorities were also aware that Abedi’s father was linked to a well-known militant Islamist group in Libya, which is proscribed in Britain. Abedi also had links to several British-based jihadis with Isil connections. Read more at The Telegraph.


  1. Somebody should be losing their job because of this negligence.

    Perhaps the victims’ families should get together to sue the UK government.

  2. I can guarantee you that not one government official will lose their job over this. The main thing is, they didn’t profile and no Muslim was offended. We must make absolutely sure that there is no backlash against Muslims.


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