Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi is alleged to have traveled to Syria and become radicalized before chronic to the UK to source killing at a gig in the city where he was born. His parents allegedly escaped their native country and wanted refuge in the UK. He is supposed to have come spinal to Britain from Libya just a few days before the butchery. Below is the full detail about the Salman Abedi 22-year old Manchester Suicide Bomber.
Family Background of Manchester Suicide Bomber Salman Abedi
Salman was born in Manchester in 1994, and 2nd youngest of four children. Abedi grew up in a Muslim household but mature into a University. He has two older brothers and one younger sister. The family was known to the Libyan community in the town and described Abedi as normal.
He is believed to have attended the Manchester Islamic Centre, which is also known as Didsbury Mosque.
Salman Abedi’s Education
Salman went to Burnage Academy for Boys between 2009 and 2011. After that, he went to Salford University in 2014 where he studied business management. He attended his classes for two years but then stopped going – in this summer he would have graduated. It is confirmed; he was not involved in any societies or clubs memberships during his study and never met with a resident imam.
Where Did He Live?
He was residing in a registered Abedi family home Elsmore Road, south Manchester. Neighbors tell about him, a tall, skinny young man who was often seen in traditional Islamic clothing. Before, he lived with his parents and a brother.
Lina Ahmed, she is 21-year-old said:
“They are a Libyan Family, and they have been acting strangely. A couple of months ago he was chanting the first Kalma really loudly in the street. He was shouting in Arabic. He was saying ‘There is only one God, and the Prophet Muhammad is his messenger.”
Alan Kinsey, 52-year-old man said:
“They have not been there for quite a while. Different people come and go.”
How did he become radicalized?
Abedi has confirmed links with Islamic State, conferring to France’s inside minister. Mr. Collomb said:
“All of a sudden he traveled to Libya and then most likely to Syria became radicalized and decided to commit this attack.”
A friend was saying he had returned from a Libya trip three-week ago. His trips to Libya are known to study with links to jihadists. With them was Abd al-Baset Azzouz, a father-of-four from Manchester, who gone Britain to run a bomber network in Libya supervised by Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s inheritor as leader of al-Qaeda.
His Family Spoken
His Sister Jomana proposed he passed out the attack in retaliation for US air strikes in Syria.
“I think he saw children—Muslim children—dying everywhere and wanted revenge,” she told the Wall Street Journal. “He saw the explosives America drops on children in Syria, and he wanted revenge. Whether he got, that is between him and God.”
His brother Hashim supposedly knew he was scheduling the attack.
“His brother felt something was going on there in Manchester and he thought his brother would do something like bombing or attack. So after that, he told us, ‘Having the internet, I see the attack in Manchester, and I knew that’s my brother,’”
What we are aware so Far — Arrests
- UK police arrested total eight men and two abroad, in connection with the Manchester Arena terror attack.
- 23-year old man, the older brother of Salman ‘Ismael Abedi’ was the first arrested outside Morrison.
- Three further men were stopped at a house on Elsme Road, off Wilbraham Road, in the fallow field, on Wednesday morning.
- One man, who was seen booming a doubtful package, was arrested on Wednesday on Upper Dicconson Street in Wigan.
- Police attacked a house in Nuneaton and halted a man.
- The investigation of this attack became international when police arrested his younger brother in Libya, and after an hour, their father Ramadan was detained in Tripoli.
- A woman was arrested in Blackely, but later she was released without charge.