Predictably, a Third World invader family pretending to be refugees in Britain are among the eight nonwhites who have been arrested so far for alleged involvement in the bombing of a Manchester pop concert—yet another terrorist attack in a long list of such atrocities.
The bomber, Salman Abedi, was the UK-born son of one Ramadan Abedi, a Libyan who claimed—and was given—asylum in the UK in 1980 by the Conservative Party government under Margaret Thatcher.
Ramadan Abedi claimed to be a “peace-loving” Libyan fleeing “violence” in his home country—but as soon as the Libyan civil war broke out, he lost no time in returning to that country to fight in that conflict. He is, according to some media reports, linked to an Al Qaeda group in Syria, and was arrested by Libyan authorities in Tripoli.
Salman Abedi’s brother, Ismail, was one of the first to be arrested by British police following a raid carried out after the bombing. Ismail Abedi was arrested outside a supermarket in south Manchester in a suburb which has been completely overrun by the Third World invasion of Britain.
Hashem Abedi, Salman Abedi’s 20-year-old younger brother, was also arrested in Tripoli, after it was established that he had travelled to Libya from the UK on April 16.
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