Salman Abedi took his twisted revenge out of 'love for Islam' after being radicalised by Isil preacher

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Salman Abedi took his twisted revenge out of 'love for Islam' after being radicalised by Isil preacher

Post by Guest on Fri May 26, 2017 5:30 am

Salman Abedi launched his suicide attack out of ‘a love of Islam’ and in twisted revenge for US airstrikes on Syria, his sister has claimed.

Jamona Abedi failed to condemn her brother’s murderous actions but instead claimed to offer an explanation for the atrocity, in which 22 innocent people, many of them children, were killed.

Miss Abedi, who lives in the Libyan capital Tripoli, said her brother had become increasingly violent over the course of the past year, convinced that Muslims were under attack both in the UK and abroad.

Miss Abedi, who posted a prayer in mourning for her brother on her Facebook page, suggested the bombing of Syria ordered by President Trump in early April had been the final straw; the catalyst for Monday night’s carnage.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/25/manchester-bomber-salman-abedi-took-twisted-revenge-love-islam/


And there you have twisted hate of extremists.
Assad murders Muslims with a chemical attack and because the US hits the airbase in retaliation. This is his reason to murder innocent children in Britain. That to attack a Syrian air base, where planes were used to murder innocent civilians by Assad. Is seen as a far heinous crime than Assad murdering civilians with banned chemical weapons.

Which fits exactly the problem of what I have said about how hate is taught against the west and that anything is seen as a transgression in Muslim lands and an attack on Islam itself. Thus very much linked to Islamic doctrine. That extremist Muslims can literally murder thousands upon thousands, with this being seen as a lesser crime than western help and intervention against such murders.

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