Muslim Terrorist Was Known to Authorities

Muslim Terrorist Was Known to Authorities

Muslim Terrorist Was Known to Authorities

Seven people were killed and 48 injured when three terrorists wearing fake suicide bomb vests used a rented van to mow down pedestrians on London Bridge. They then went on a knife rampage in Borough Market, stabbing victims with 12-inch blades.

Thirty-six people remain in hospital. Of those, 21 are in a critical condition.

Eleven people are in police custody in relation to the incident, and all because of the UK’s “Tolerance” to extremists in their country.

Devote Muslim Khuram Shazad Butt in action

Khuram Shazad Butt, one the London Bridge attackers recently identified by police, appeared in a Channel 4 documentary called ‘The Jihadist Next Door’ last year. Police were reportedly alerted after he was filmed praying behind a jihadist Black Standard and attempting to recruit children at a local park.

Every one of these individuals should be in prison, dead, or deported.

According to the Times, he lived in a block of flats with his wife and two young children. The flat was raided by police early Sunday. He was well known in the local community, with one mother claiming she had confronted him for trying to influence her children with extremist religious views in a park.

Ken Chigbo, who lived in the same block of flats as Butt, told the Mirror the suspect was “really sociable” and had invited him to a barbecue just last week. He would “preach to young Muslims at the flat, sometimes up to six people quite regularly,” Chigbo said.

A former friend of Butt told the BBC he had contacted the police after he became concerned about his friend’s extremist views. The terrorist had been radicalized watching extremist videos online, he said.

“We spoke about a particular attack that happened and like most radicals he had a justification for anything and everything and that day I realized I needed to contact the authorities,” the friend said.

“I phoned the anti-terror hotline. I spoke to the gentleman. I told him about our conversation and why I think he was radicalized.”

The source said Butt was allowed to keep his passport and was not arrested.

“I did my bit, I know a lot of other people did their bit, but the authorities did not do their bit.”

The UK have a large number of suspected terrorists, they have huge networks of Muslims supporting attacks and they are on the brink of all out war in the streets with Islamic interests.

Many UK citizens want these individuals rounded up and arrested BEFORE their is another Islamic terror incident.

Under Merkel’s direction the UK has seen a flood of Muslim refugees that have created a disaster in the cities.

“If there is not action, then the calls for internment will grow,” UKIP leader Nigel Farage said.

“We have over 3,000 people on a sort of known terrorist list, and we’re watching and monitoring their activities, but a further 20,000 people who are persons of interest, mainly they’re linked in some way to extremist organizations.

“Unless we see the government getting tough, you will see public calls for those 3,000 to be arrested,” he said.

“I’m not sure that is the right approach because the big danger with that is we might alienate decent fair-minded Muslims in Britain,” Farage went on to say.

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