A stabbing spree in Manchester, United Kingdom that sent at least three people to the hospital was likely an act of terrorism, confirms British Police.
“The man, who has not been identified, was taken in for questioning after police confronted him at the Arndale shopping center in Manchester. Investigators say three people were injured there during a stabbing spree this morning and that the man is being detained on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of an act of terrorism,” reports Fox News.
“Greater Manchester Police said two women – one of whom is 19 – are in stable condition after being taken to local hospitals with stab wounds. The condition of a 50-year-old man who police say also was stabbed in the attack was not immediately clear,” adds Fox.
BREAKING: Police are investigating a suspected multiple stabbing at Manchester’s Arndale Centrehttps://t.co/byHF4SGtIB
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“We do not know the motivation for this terrible attack,” said Manchester Police Boss Russ Jackson. “It appears random, is certainly brutal and of course, extremely frightening for anyone who witnessed it.”
A suicide bomber attacked an arena in Manchester during an Ariana Grande concert in 2017; killing 22 people.
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ULTIMATE BETRAYAL: UK Concert Bomber was RESCUED by ROYAL NAVY Near Libya in 2014
The suicide bomber that viciously murdered 22 people at a pop music concert in Manchester, United Kingdom last year was reportedly rescued by the Royal Navy in the waters off of Libya in 2014, reports the Daily Mail.
The terrorist -identified as Salman Abedi- was rescued by the HMS Enterprise near Libya in August 2014 and brought to the UK alongside his brother. Just three years later he detonated a suicide-vest and killed nearly two dozen people at an Ariana Grande concert.
“For this man to have committed such an atrocity on UK soil after we rescued him from Libya was an act of utter betrayal,” said a UK government spokesperson.
“After being dropped off in Malta, Salman and his 21-year-old brother – the British-born sons of Libyan migrants – flew back to Manchester where they were living at the time,” writes the Daily Mail. “At the time of the rescue, there were increasingly brutal battles between various militia groups fighting for control of Tripoli’s airport and dozens were killed.”
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ANARCHY IN THE UK: Vicious Hate Preacher Released from UK Prison
Anti-western and pro-ISIS Islamic cleric Anjem Choudary was released from a United Kingdom jail this week; serving half his prison sentence for urging Islamic State fighters to wage holy war on the UK.
“He was seen this morning leaving prison in a car with blacked out windows, escorted by two police vehicles,” writes the Sun. “Later, he was seen leaving the hostel flanked by cops. When asked questions about his release, he smiles but remained silent however.”
The hate preacher was released after “reaching the halfway point” of his five-year sentence.
His fiery sermons and vicious anti-western propaganda partially inspired at least two attacks in London: a vehicular assault on a major bridge and the killing of soldier Lee Rigby.
“I think it is disgusting that he is here and freed so early given what he is responsible for,” said one local. “It is repugnant to think that this man who inspired terrorists is now living here.”
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